By: Ryan Alden | Feb 17, 2012 Omar Abdullah can does not deserve flak for his recent comments to “withdraw” Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from parts of J&K. Even Home Minister Chidambaram, who had backed Omar’s idea does not need condemnation, for cooking up and serving a half- -baked dish! All told, AFSPA is an abnormal act meant for abnormal situations


By: Ryan Alden | Feb 14, 2012 Proverbially, the summer of 2011 following May 2, proved to be quite blistering for Pak army, not only for its fall from grace with the US, but also in the eyes of Pakistan’s public. Many events of this year have taken a heavy toll on the morale of Pak army’s rank and file. And as the year ends, the memogate crisis widens the Pakistan’s civil-military trust deficit

Atomic Iran: Countdown to Armageddon

By: Mike Evans | Feb 14, 2012 Award-winning journalist, Mike Evans is one of the world’s leading experts on Middle-East and has written many books and articles on the subject. In his latest book, Atomic Iran: Countdown to Armageddon, Evans exposes the terrific reality that Iran is working towards becoming the next nuclear state.

Europe leap to federalism

By: Corina Vintan | Feb 14, 2012 Crisis faced by the Euro on the table puts the theme of European leaders placed in parentheses, namely federalism Europe. Latch to relaunch the debate on a recent proposal produced mainly Greek Prime Minister, Georgios Papandreou, subject to a referendum crisis package agreed by EU leaders in Brussels.


By: srividya | Feb 6, 2012 Indian Election 2012 in five Indian states Uttar Pradesh , Uttarakhand, Manipur, Punjab and Goa. Poll dates for all the five states as announced by ECI.

Newt Ginrich, A Better Nominee?

By: Cincinatti Blinds | Feb 3, 2012 Newt Ginrich's strategy during the campaign is to remark against Romney's crony capitalism which ended when confronted by a Republican voter.

13 Must know things about email lists for political campaigns

By: Ron Fox | Feb 2, 2012 So, you have a plan for the campaign and are prepared. Let's look at that. The plan includes emailing perspective voters, so you need a voter registration list with emails. Many of your friends are saying you can get it for free.

U.S. Presidents: Before and after leaving White House

By: Michael Hudgen | Aug 10, 2010 President is regarded to be the most powerful man in a country. However, it is not easy to take the charge of a president, especially the role of U.S. Presidents. They are in charge of leading the executive branch of the federal government and work as the commander-in-chief of the United States armed forces. Maybe busy work and huge pressure have a great influence on the progress of their aging. Actually, leading a country of 50 states makes U.S. presidents look older in appearance. A series of photo called “How presidents age in office” will be obvious evidence. Let’s have a thorough look at the images below and see how U.S. Presidents is like before and after leaving White House.

Historical remarks of the 2010 primary election results

By: Steve Brown | Aug 6, 2010 In the 2010 Michigan primary election, Mayor of Lansing Virg Bernero and former CFO of Gateway Rick Snyder are running for the governor of Michigan. Virg Bernero has won the Michigan Democratic primary and Rick Snyder has won the Republican primary.

Richest Royals in the world

By: Neil Karen | Jul 9, 2010 Warren Buffet or Bill Gates is the popular billionaire. They are one of the richest people with marvelous dominion in the world’s markets, political connections, scope of businesses and investments. However, there are many other rich people with politic dominion of a nation. Some are known as the richest royals who are worth a fortune.
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