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China again shields Azhar

The US, UK, and France recently favored the global terrorist tag on Azhar under the 1267 al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee of UNSC. The UNSC had condemned the Pulwama attack in strong words and held JeM responsible for it.

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Four Indians among 157 killed in Ethiopian plane crash

Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj said that she has asked Indian Embassy in Kenya and the India Embassy in Ethiopia to reach the family members of victims. She urged people to help her reach the families of those killed.

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Airlines celebrate nari shakti on Women’s Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also saluted women power. “On International Women's Day, we salute our indomitable Nari Shakti

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Pakistan to release IAF pilot tomorrow

"In our desire for peace, I announce that tomorrow, and as a first step to open negotiations, Pakistan will be releasing the Indian Air Force officer in our custody," Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said.

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Trump calls Pulwama attack “horrible”

The US President said, “That [the terrorist attack] was a horrible situation. We are getting reports. We will have a statement to put out.”

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Scrapping MFN status doesn’t hurt Pakistan

The government’s reaction to the Pulwama outrage has been routine

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Trump Wants Immigrants But Legally

In his State of the Union address, Trump called for people to enter the US legally in “the largest numbers ever.” He said the US Congress has 10 days left to pass a bill that will fund the government, protect the homeland, and secure the southern border.

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A Political Edge Given By India To American Embassy

“We have urged the US side to share full details and regular updates of the students with the government, to release them from detention at the earliest and not to resort to deportation against their will,” the ministry said.

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Brexit tests May

The defeat of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal in Parliament has once again highlighted the complexity of the divorce between her country and the European Union.

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Why people long for power, and why they are reluctant to give it up

Václav Havel (1936-2011) was a Czech playwright, poet, and political dissident who fought against communism. He became president of Czechoslovakia (1989-92) and then of the Czech Republic (1993-2003). On May 28, 1991, he accepted the Sonning Prize, awarded by the University of Copenhagen (Denmark), for his contribution to the European civilization.This is the text of Havel's acceptance speech

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Virtue of wealth creation

While Saudi Arabia has made wealth from oil, we have failed to tap our natural resources.

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When freedom gets corrupted

CNN’s Jim Acosta behaved disgracefully and by supporting him, Trump-haters have not covered themselves in glory

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