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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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Dragon casts its shadow over Dhaka

China makes inroads into Bangladesh with a developmental package and debt as part of its strategy to encircle India

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Can Trump Halt China’s Rise to the Top?

It would be a mistake to get carried away by Trump’s aggressive tone and pugilistic style of rhetorically punching China. A thorough evaluation of his record shows that he has been more bark than bite, and Beijing is thankful for it.

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