Sunday, February 28, 2021


    US punishes International Criminal Court for investigating potential war crimes in Afghanistan

    The Trump administration has sought to weaken or abandon various international agencies since 2016. Now it’s taking aim at the International Criminal Court, a...

    After Trump’s ‘Retaliation’ Warning, India Agrees to Export Anti-Malaria Drug 

    India lifts blanket ban on export of anti-malaria drug after Trump warns of retaliation. 

    Coronavirus Outbreak Triggers Panic Across the World

    The Coronavirus has killed over a hundred people in China and has infected over a thousand more across the world. WHO has called it a high global health risk.

    From Vietnam to Afghanistan, all US governments lie

    The failure of the U.S. campaign in Afghanistan has been known for years. Virtually none of the U.S. goals have been met.

    Restore Internet, Release Politically Detained Persons: US Resolution Seeks Justice for Kashmir

    Indian-American lawmaker Pramila Jayapal has introduced a resolution to restore internet, end detentions in Kashmir. The resolution has been introduced in the US House of Representatives.

    Shunned to the Margins: Who is Answerable to the Indian Disabled?

    From flagship programmes to policy shifts, the Indian society has a long way to go before it becomes truly disabled friendly. Going beyond the politics of appeasement and the much repeated rhetoric, we address the real crisis.

    Impeachment Proceedings Against US President Donald Trump Begin

    Impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump move on to the next stage, with an inquiry beginning in the House of Representatives.

    How to end Afghanistan war as longest conflict moves towards fragile peace

    AFGHANISTAN / Recent high-level negotiations between the two sides in the 18-year war did not produce a breakthrough, but “significant progress”, leading to “improved” conditions for peace.

    Che: The Face on my T-shirt

    Ernesto Che Guevara was an Argentinian revolutionary and theorist who was also a key founder of the Cuban revolution in 1959 to overthrow American capitalistic forces. He is a widely acclaimed and cherished public icon even after 50 years since he died. Paradoxically the market led capitalistic forces that he dedicated his life fighting against has today become his biggest beneficiary by selling popular merchandise and apparels in his name. With a lack of sustained engagement with his life and philosophy and the market becoming the overpowering dictator, can the legacy of Che really be rescued?

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