It is heartening to read that Australia is on track to meeting its environmental obligations.
I agree with the writer’s suggestion that there has to be a well-being index for India, as GDP isn’t a sufficient measure for the well-being or happiness of Indian citizens.
Religious dialogue is a great tool that helps bolster peace and fraternity between all peoples and the ‘Global Conference of Human Fraternity’ which UAE hosted, did just that.
Team India notched up another series victory, after their Australian success, in commanding style (“India win series 4-1 after Rayudu rescue,” Feb.4, The Gulf Today).
It is unpleasant to read about the crisis and situation of the cattle battling the floods in Northeast Australia.
It is not surprising to see many Venezuelans returning to the country of their ethnic roots, or rather being forced to return.
The upcoming visit of Pope Francis has generated so much of interest that almost everyone in the country is eagerly waiting for His Holiness.
The Indian government extended quite a few sops to its citizens in the interim budget it presented a few days ago. The opposition has dubbed it as an election manifesto.
Brexit is a never-ending saga and may continue well after the March 29 exit date