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SATYAM BRUYAT : Muslims should introspect

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By Justice Markandey Katju, former judge, Supreme Court of India There have been demonstrations against French President Macron in Mumbai, Bhopal, Aligarh, Hyderabad, Srinagar and other Indian cities. These fools who are demonstrating do not realise they are playing into the hands of those who wish to paint all Muslims …

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As COVID-19 spread accelerates, IHR Emergency Committee urges focus on measures that work

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COVID-19 pandemic still constituted a public health emergency Geneva, Switzerland, 30 October 2020 — The Emergency Committee on COVID-19 met on 29 October to review the situation and progress made on the temporary recommendations.  They advised that the pandemic still constituted a public health emergency of international concern, and urged …

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The Future of Pakistan: Interesting times are coming

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By Justice Markandey Katju, former Judge, Indian Supreme Court I had earlier written an article titled ‘Bas ho chuki namaz musalla uthaiye‘ which was published in nayadaur.tv. In that article I had mentioned that despite all the rallies and hue and cry created by the People’s Democratic Movement ( PDM …

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JFA expresses shock over Bangla scribe’s murder

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Guwahati: Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA) expressed shock over Bangladesh scribe Md Iliyas Hossain’s brutal murder recently in Narayanganj locality. Hossain (50), who used to report for Dhaka based Bengali newspaper  DailyBijoy, was targeted by assailants for his media coverage on smuggling, illegal gas connections and drug trafficking. Hailed from Jiodhara …

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People affected and displaced by conflicts and natural disasters has doubled over the past decade

People affected and displaced by conflicts and natural disasters has doubled over the past decade

Building resilience is critical to minimise the impact of humanitarian crises Article based on insights from United Nations expert on humanitarian responses on how governments, institutions, communities, individuals and other levels/ actors can boost their resilience to cope with crises situations such as the pandemic. The number of people affected …

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