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Both the current occupant of the White House, Donald Trump, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are courting their electoral “bases” by taking ruinous decisions on north-eastern Syria. Trump gave Erdogan a green light
During his fight to remain in the White House, it is just and fitting that Donald Trump, a political neophyte, should battle Nancy Pelosi, a woman long-versed in the ways of Washington.
Famous author Julia Donaldson says that in today’s era of everything electronic, it is more important than ever for parents to set a good example for their children when it comes to reading books.
From the third driest June in 54 years to the rainiest September in 102 years, the monsoon season in India has wreaked havoc across the country. Though last week was the official conclusion of the Indian monsoon,
The impending demolition of four high-rise buildings with a few hundred posh apartments in the Kerala city of Kochi has brought to the fore the issue of unregulated urban growth across India.
India’s Supreme Court (SC) upheld the changes to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) allowing homebuyers to initiate proceedings against erring real estate developers in case of default on debt repayments
The names of Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame have returned to the headlines again. Wilson has been remembered in laudatory obituaries after his death this week at the age of 69, and his ex-wife Plame
The FNC voting process is strenuous from a cultural perspective as well for it puts a mainly tribal nation at odds with itself