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  • Editors Pick of the week

    Over 52,000 inhabitants in Bangladesh, India get identity

    By Jose Kalathil News Correspondent It was freedom at midnight for the 52,225 inhabitants of 111 Indian enclaves in Bangladesh and 51 Bangladeshi enclaves in India on Friday, 31 July 2015. Their 68-year long wait for...
    August 6, 2015 2623 0
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    Outcry against Pakistani law

    By Aneesa Malik Outrage has poured across Pakistan as Shafqat Hussain has been executed for being convicted of murdering a seven-year-old child in 2004. Despite several appeals from various human rights groups, the Pakistani judicial system...
    August 6, 2015 3783 0
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    Yakub Hanged, Debates Alive

    By Mahuya Santra The hanging of Yakub Memon sparked many debates. With the arguments over the death penalty, India got engaged with fresh point of debate whether Yakub Menon who surrendered voluntarily through negotiation and provided...
    August 6, 2015 122 0
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    New strategies for India’s deadliest roads

    By Smriti Gopal When dangerous drivers drive into police officers directing road traffic and pedestrians, this scenario probably causes fear in the community of the country. Some people believe that India has the deadliest roads in...
    August 5, 2015 90 0
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    Dust pollution affects the farms in Bhutan

    By Smriti Gopal Just as Bhutan’s cultivation season begins to creep in around August/September 2015, farmers probably will be concerned about the dust falling onto their farms, from the nearby roads. It’s possible that some people...
    August 5, 2015 234 0
  • Global News

    Ban on car smoking warning

    It will be difficult to police drivers lighting up in cars if the practice becomes outlawed in Scotland, solicitors have warned. Under the plans, motorists would receive £100 fines if caught smoking in their car with...
    July 2, 2015 198 0
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    Beef or no beef?

    By Mahuya Santra Beef, or no beef? After 67 years of independence, India as a multi religious, multi lingual and multiracial country which set an example of communal harmony to the world is facing this brief...
    June 10, 2015 206 0
  • Editors Pick of the week

    Remembering Srebrenica

    By Sarah Gilbert and Nozmul Hussain, Community Foundation UK DELEGATION VISIT BOSNIA TO LEARN ABOUT THE HORRORS OF GENOCIDE After the crimes of the Holocaust became internationally known, world leaders vowed it would never happen again,...
    June 10, 2015 280 0
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