It is distressing that millions of people die of infectious diseases every year in several poor countries where cost of medical treatment is very high and not much is being done
I am angry but not surprised by America’s pro-Israeli and anti-Palestinian steps. Washington’s decision to back Israel’s right to build Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank
I have some good friends from Afghanistan and feel anguished at the unending suffering faced by ordinary Afghan citizens. The country has witnessed too much bloodshed
The swearing in of Sri Lanka’s new President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has drawn cheers from his core supporters, but has also raised worry among minorities.
I am always touched by the plight of sanitation workers in the developing world. The United Nations has rightly cautioned that their rights, health and dignity are at risk.
The world is facing a serious issue of climate change, and it is the need of the hour to take concrete efforts to address climate change together for the betterment of the whole world (“Kabul air pollution may be even deadlier than war,” Nov.17, Gulf Today). Now, slowly air pollution is gripping the world, after India and Pakistan now people in Afghanistan are being victims of air pollution.
The ICC is now the second international court to look into alleged atrocities against the Rohingya, after Gambia on Monday filed a claim with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Myanmar for carrying out a genocide against the Muslim minority.
While growing intolerance poses an enormous challenge to many nations, it is a matter of great pride and honour for citizens and residents of the UAE that the country sets flawless examples
I was stunned to read in your newspaper (Gulf Today, Nov.13) that pneumonia killed more than 800,000 babies and young children last year — or one child every 39 seconds