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Turkish Cypriot newspaper owner-publisher Sener Levent and journalist Ali Osman have been cleared by a court in Turkish-occupied northern Nicosia of insulting Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
According to the latest report about freedom of the press in the world, the 2019 World Press Freedom Index, according to the annual report of Reporters Without Borders, recorded a decline in several countries.
The people of India have made their choice but their verdict still remains a matter of speculation as counting of votes will begin only on Thursday. In the past, counting was completed in a matter of hours. This time the process may take longer as the electronic voting machines’ records have to be matched
Donald Trump’s national security chief John Bolton is an equal opportunity warmonger. If he had his way, the US would be at war with North Korea, Cuba, Venezuela and Iran — all at once. He supports a policy of exerting “maximum pressure” against these countries with the aim of achieving regime change,
With the cascading impact of RERA and GST regulations on the economy and real estate sector, Indian realty sector is gaining momentum in particular with a spurt in the quantum of investment by overseas Indians.
The 1991 and 2003 US wars on Iraq launched massive pillaging of the Eastern Arab World’s rich cultural heritage because that country could no longer effectively police its 10,000 archaeological sites, benefitting foreign and local looters.
It’s dark at home. When he steps out, it’s darkness again. As he decides to walk on the darkness thickens. That’s the reality that makes up the lives of millions of Indians, who if given a chance would like to be unborn.
Out of the 25 senators who voted in favour of the bill (six Democrat senators voted against it, while one abstained) all were white cisgender men, and none would be remotely affected by the legislation.
There’s a young boy in the UK, in his late teens, doing time in prison for killing another teen. Now one would think being in prison would teach him a life-long lesson. But we’d be wrong. It turns out that from the teen killer’s perspective, prison was probably the best thing that could have happened to him.
The last round of polling in India’s bitterly fought parliamentary elections is still four days away and the electronic voting machines will reveal the secrets they are holding only on May 23. But the rival contenders for power have begun home-stretch manoeuvres.