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The advent of deliberate civil war and precariousness in an already turbulent Afghanistan

We have to assent that the future of Afghanistan is undetermined, unpredictable, and fluctuant. The only prognostication is of a despondent, gloomy, and tenebrous Afghanistan.

In the wonderlands of ‘pseudos’, When ‘Rizvi’ goes for the toss: Part-3

Certain interpretations of word ‘Jihad’ can have violent repercussions not only for war and terrorism reasons but also other extreme behaviors like participating in riots to intolerance to any sort of criticism.

Strict curbs imposed in Maharashtra after surge in Covid-19 cases

On Wednesday night, the Maharashtra government announced a series of restrictions called "Breaking the Chain" to combat the deadly increase in coronavirus cases in the state.

Why communication in English is gaining grounds

A very slow yet steady move has been noticed in communication in English. Education is the prime ground where the necessity of English communication is felt.

India’s “flawed” democracy and the colonial legacy

It is time for India and Asia to recognize that Western criticism which may sometimes hold a mirror, can often be a legacy of colonialism.

A young novelist lives under death threats in liberal and tolerant Netherlands

Turkish origin Lale Gül (23) is a student and female novelist living in the Netherlands under death threats and on the verge of stopping to write about Islam as reported by the Dutch news site NOS.

In the wonderlands of ‘pseudos’, When ‘Rizvi’ goes for the toss: Part-2

The religious institutes spewing venom and hatred towards Hinduism creating religious disharmony across the religions and sects.

In the wonderlands of ‘pseudos’, When ‘Rizvi’ goes for the toss! (1)

The later 3 are explored in this article along with some usually less discussed points and views

Could withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan impact India?

India should look to broaden its engagements with Iran and Russia, explore opportunities for cooperation (as limited as they might be) with China, and find common ground with the United States on Afghanistan’s future.

India faces second wave united, sickular media and left liberals attack Gujarat

With the second wave's arrival, our govt is on the surgical strike mode against corona—this time, the modus operandi involves vaccinating a targeted group of people so that the damage is the minimum.

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