Politics

TALK TO ISLAMABAD, BUT DON’T IGNORE RAWALPINDI

By: Danial Martin | May 22, 2012 We should not allow this benign mood in the two countries to dissipate due to continuing over-caution. Let the Prime Minister go to Pakistan as quickly as he can to build up on this mood without setting for himself any difficult and presently unachievable objective. At the same time, I would urge the Prime Minister once again to give serious thought to the question of initiating military to milita

Big threat to small towns

By: pooja rajput | May 6, 2012 The recent release of the MLA from Chhattisgarh has once again given rise to the need to highlight and tackle the naxal issue in Chhattisgarh.

Ndc calls on ec

By: iddrissu | Apr 14, 2012 The Greater Accra Regional branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has called on the Electoral Commission (EC) to constitute an Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) meeting to address the growing number of concerns in the on-going Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) in the region.

Kashmiris Are No Longer Influenced By Vicious Propaganda

By: Danial Martin | Apr 11, 2012 For a set of leaders ostensibly seeking autonomy for their land, however incredible the proposition, there can be no greater ignominy than being branded as stooges of another power. It would therefore only be in the interest of all mainstream parties of the state to realise that if they are seeking a political future of any length of time they need to talk of issues that have more relevance for th

Muslim youth advised against violence

By: iddrissu | Apr 9, 2012 The World Peace Volunteers (WPV), non governmental organization aimed at promoting peace around the globe paid a courtesy call on the National Chief Imam Sheikh Dr. Nuhu Sharabu in Accra last Friday.

Will SP win bring Goondaraj to UP again?

By: pooja rajput | Apr 8, 2012 The crisis in Syria is blazing up like a fire, affecting every levels of the country in a significant manner. The crisis started way back in March 2011, when protests were made for the release of political prisoners in the country.

Crisis in Syria – A Brief Overview

By: pooja rajput | Apr 8, 2012 The crisis in Syria is blazing up like a fire, affecting every levels of the country in a significant manner. The crisis started way back in March 2011, when protests were made for the release of political prisoners in the country.

Killing The Monster Of Petrol Subsidy In Nigeria

By: Mohammed Abubakar | Apr 6, 2012 If there is anything the recent House of Representatives public hearing on the petroleum products subsidy established firmly, it is the fact that abuses in the importation and payment of these products have been going on for several years.

Dirty Politics in Karnataka – What’s cooking up??

By: pooja rajput | Apr 5, 2012 Almost everybody is aware of the dirty politics in Karnataka recently that shook the entire country and its political scenario. It was only in the month of October 2010 that Karnataka Chief Minister B.S.Yeddyurappa terminated few of his cabinet ministers for rebelling and withdrawing their support to his 29 months old government.

Eruption of political unrest post Russian election

By: pooja rajput | Apr 2, 2012 Russian election has been of a major political event in the month of February-march. There were huge expectations before this election as ex president Vladimir Putin was pitted against communist Gennady Zyuganov. With this March 4th election results coming out there has been results of huge problem regarding the election.
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