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'AB KI BAAR TRUMP KI SARKAR' CATAPULTS REPUBLICAN HINDU COALITION FOUNDER TO NEW HEIGHTS BUT INDIA LEFT OUT OF TRUMP INAUGURATION

THE CITIZEN BUREAU

NEW DELHI: India, despite considerable diplomatic effort, seems to have been unable to get a formal invitation to attend the inauguration of President elect Donald Trump on January 20 but the foremost campaigner for the Republican ..

PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE ON PALESTINE-ISRAEL A DAMP SQUIB

RANJAN SOLOMON

NEW DELHI: Palestinian supporters and votaries for a just peace hoped that September 15 may just tip the scales further in favour of the Palestinian claim to justice. Those hopes were a mere mirage.

In spite of the ..

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POPULIST LEADERS ENDANGER HUMAN RIGHTS: ADVOCACY ORGANISATION

THARANGA YAKUPITIYAGE

UNITED NATIONS (IPS): Populist leaders pose a dangerous threat to human rights, fuelling and justifying intolerance and abuse across the world, said advocacy group Human Rights Watch during the launch of their annual global report ..

OVER 4000 KILLED, AID STALLED, NO ACCOUNTABILITY: HRW SUMS UP THE EVENTS IN YEMEN

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NEW DELHI: Human Rights Watch released its annual report for the war-torn country of Yemen, chronicling the events of the past year. It concluded that over 4000 people have been killed since the Saudi-led coalition intervened in t ..

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TOBACCO INDUSTRY MISLEADS DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OVER REGULATIONS

LYNDAL ROWLANDS

UNITED NATIONS (IPS): Low and middle-income countries have far fewer tobacco regulations than high-income countries and are paying the price – with bigger health and economic impacts.

Yet, according to new w ..

THE RISE OF FAKE NEWS: REUTERS PREDICTS 2017 DIGITAL MEDIA TRENDS

THE CITIZEN BUREAU

NEW DELHI: The annual report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism has outlined key trends expected to dominate the year 2017, with fake news being outlined as a key area of concern. Authored by researcher Nic New ..

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