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December'20

Adieu 2020, Welcome 2021

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 74 total views 2020 set many new paradigms, which may be the norm in the coming years, too. Perhaps the humans have awaited no other year’s end so eagerly across the world as that of 2020. Similarly, no other event in the recent history has had such a far-reaching impact as that of the coronavirus pandemic, […]

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December'20

Global Britain

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 87 total views Global Britain is the new strategy, through which UK aspires to re-emerge as a key player at the global stage. The question is whether it will be able to? The recent bonhomie between India and the UK, during the continuing Covid pandemic indeed comes as a real surprise. The Indo-UK bilateral ties during […]

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December'20

People’s movements symbolise people’s power

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 88 total views,  1 views today Arab Spring and Shaheen Bagh sit-out and the recent farmers protests emerge as examples of popular and strong people movements in the recent history. The past week marked the tenth and first anniversary of two different events, both starting off as a protest against the ruling regime and in turn snowballing […]

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December'20

Changing Dynamics Of The Palestine-Arab Relationship

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 77 total views Many Arab countries, and Saudi Arab in particular are having a rethink on their relationship with the Palestinians. Many recent developments in the Arab world and the change of guard in the USA, has led to many new permutations and combinations on the relationship front amongst western and the Arab world. One such […]

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December'20

Reckless British Behaviour

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 74 total views For once maverick Boris Johnson seems to have taken a correct step, but he faced public and his partymen’s ire over the decision. To counter the Corona pandemic, different countries adopted different strategies and took different safety measures, almost everywhere these steps were supported and adhered to willingly by their citizens. However, the […]

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November'20

Post-pandemic economic growth dominates G-20 Summit

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 81 total views The Riyadh Summit focussed both on handling the pandemic and the global economic recovery. The virtual G20 Summit in Riyadh, which was organised under the direct supervision of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman (MbS), was indeed able to showcase the leadership capability of the Kingdom on the global stage. As expected […]

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November'20

Indian Madrassas – A Need for Reorientation

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 66 total views If the Indian madrassas could reorient themselves, it may silence their critics besides influencing the government to support these initiatives. The first institute of Islamic Madrassa education was at the estate of Hazrat Zaid bin Arkam near a hill called Safa in Makkah, where Prophet Muhammad was the teacher and the students were […]