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Nobel recipients
Often doubts come to my mind about the future of this world. In this fragmented world full of wars, bomb blasts, riots, mindless terrorism, hunger and famine, doesn’t the word ‘humanity’ still exist!
Shashi Tharoor’s exit
The decision of the high command of the beleaguered Congress Party to sack Shashi Tharoor on the pretext that he praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi is totally unfair and ridiculous.
A look at the Asian Games
The 17th Asian Games was one of the largest sports extravaganza held in Incheon, South Korea – with over 9,500 athletes participating from 45 countries.
Donors for Gaza
This is in response to the editorial, ‘Donors for Gaza’ (KT, October 13).
Confused in fight against terror
The coalition that is fighting the terror axis of ISIS and the affiliates of Al Qaeda seems to be quite confused. Apart from Syria and Iraq, there are other flashpoints in the world as well that are infected with terrorism.
Peace message in cartoon
I was in awe of the cartoon ‘Life’s like that’ (KT, October 12). It was so well thought out and depicted, duly keeping the current affairs in perspective.
Violence in Iguala
The Embassy of Mexico to the United Arab Emirates would like to share with you and your readers the strong condemnation of the Government of Mexico of the despicable and unacceptable acts of violence that happened in Iguala, in the Mexican State of Guerrero, as well as the actions taken to search for the missing people and bring the perpetrators to justice.
Cleanliness campaign in India
This refers to the editorial ‘Sweeping across India’ (October 10). Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched India’s biggest ever cleanliness drive on October 2nd and has promised ‘a clean India’ by 2019.
Illegal call centres
According to a report, many illegal call centers are working in Dubai and Sharjah. People transform the room into an illegal call centre by breaking into telephone systems.
Cracking the whip on erring bowlers
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has started a crackdown on all those bowlers who have suspect bowling action.
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