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Has India done enough for Tibet’s cause?

N. S. Venkataraman Nandini Voice for The Deprived More than six decades have gone after China forcibly entered Tibet and occupied the land and unjustifiably claimed that Tibet belongs to it.. His Holiness the Dalai Lama had no alternative other than leaving Tibet with his disciples and he entered   Indian territory on 31st March,1959. When China […]

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Kuan Yin : She who harkens to the cries of the world

Rene WadlowWise in using skilful meansIn every corner of the worldShe manifests her countless formsA Harmonious New YearAt the start of this New Year, let us recall that it is from numberless acts of courage that human history is shaped. Moral courage is rarer than bravery in battle Yet moral courage is a vital quality […]

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ON FUTILITY

Prof Michael Brenner, Professor of International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, USAA few people have asked me why I have stopped commenting on American party/electoral politics. The answer is simple: we know what the state of affairs is, we know the elements that have produced it, we know what has to be done – […]

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The UN Sociocybernetic Reform Proposal :: Network Spherons* – The UN of Harmony and Global Peace Replacing the UN of Disharmony

The project article Authors Abbreviations Sociocybernetic Model of Spherons’ Global Harmonious Governance (SMSGHG) at the UN level*The network societal spherons (a network of spherons of different levels from micro to mega) is a special “soft” cluster of network structures that cover the population as a whole and all people from birth to death in the […]

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UNCLE SAM – THE HYSTERIC

Prof Michael Brenner, Professor of International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, USA “better nurse a delicious FANCY Than GAG ON TRUTH”  -​Michelangelo PREFACE Truth is the object of our desires. Yet the supply always exceeds the demand. That anomaly is the point of departure for this collection of thoughts. Everyone talks about the truth, but most […]

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NUCLEAR WEAPONS: AN ABSOLUTE EVIL – by John Scales Avery

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, abbreviated ICAN, is a coalition of 468 NGO’s in 101 countries. The purpose of ICAN is to change the focus in the disarmament debate to “the the humanitarian threat posed by nuclear weapons, drawing attention to their unique destructive capacity, their catastrophic health and environmental consequences, their indiscriminate […]

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Champaran Online: A Gandhi Model Of Journalism

Adarsh ShuklaJournalism is about asking questions. Credibility has been the key for this profession since inception. Now when the 21st century is about to turn 18 things have changed a lot. President of USA is bashing media on almost daily basis. Questions on Journalism and Journalists is being asked more frequently. Fake News and other […]

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Is there an alimony scam in India?

Rajesh Vakharia There are 500,000 marriages are breaking every year. This number may look small compared to a total population of 125 crores. However when we compared this number with 85 lakh marriages per year, the marriage breakdown rate is almost 7%. One time alimony payments have become a nightmare for separated young men in […]

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AAPI To Hold 11th Annual Global Healthcare Summit In Kolkata, West Bengal

Ajay Ghosh New York, NY: November 20, 2017: The 11th annual Global Healthcare Summit (GHS) organized by the Association of American Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) in collaboration with the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs & Indian Ministry of Health and the government of West Bengal, with the participation of over 50 world-renowned speakers from India, […]

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Three crore men are facing domestic violence: We need laws to protect them

Rajesh Vakharia In most countries in the world, the laws against domestic violence provide protection to both men and women. Men can also seek restraining orders from courts, which restrain the abusive partner or wife from perpetrating abuse and even contacting the victim. However, in India family violence against men is almost legal as there […]

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AAPI Launches Veterans Obesity Awareness Campaign in New York

Ajay Ghosh Chief Editor, The Universal News Network, www.theunn.com Media Coordinator, American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) (New York, NY: November 4, 2017) Over 3/4th of Veterans receiving care in VA facilities are considered to be overweight or obese and struggling with weight related issues. The epidemic of obesity across our country has adverse effects […]

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Scientists discover groundbreaking facts about human gut mesentery: May radically change the fundamentals of anatomy and embryology and related surgical approaches

In a breakthrough study, a group of doctors and basic scientists from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Research, (JIPMER) Puducherry have laid the long held debate to rest by validating, in human cadavers, that mesentery is a single entity. This debate is continuing since hundreds […]

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Indira Gandhi: A Life in Nature :: a book by Jairam Ramesh

Indira Gandhi, prime minister of India for sixteen years, was as charismatic as she was controversial–at once admired and criticized for her political judgements and actions. Yet beyond such debate, what has not been fully understood is her life-long communion with nature and how that defined her very being. Weaving personal, political and environmental history, […]

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Clarification on issues delaying Parliament session

The postponement of the Tuvalu Parliament session, proclaimed for 16-22 August, to a later date had attracted significant interests not only from within Tuvalu but also around the region. The Government of Tuvalu wishes to clarify that media reports by Radio New Zealand and PACNEWS that the postponement of the Session was prompted by the […]

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Launch of "Sabka Bharat" Campaign

A press conference was held to announce the Sabka Bharat campaign. It was addressed by Mohan Philip, Annie Raja, Apoorvanand, Sunaina Singh, Shabnam Hashmi and Arun Philip. An increasing number of us are very concerned about the direction this nation is being thrust into. The threat is clear and imminent. It’s destroying the fundamental idea of […]

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Custodial death in 2013. After 4 years, victim family is going to be paid meager amount as compensation. No one is guilty, No one is accountable. Hence no justice was provided

[themify_hr color=”red”] To The Chairman National Human Rights Commission Manav Adhikar Bhawan Block-C, GPO Complex, INA New Delhi – 110023 13 January 2014 District Magistrate, Murshidabad (Ref No. MASUM/DM/MSD/483/3731/14) Superintendent of Police, Murshidabad (Ref No. MASUM/SP/MSD/483/3732/14) Respected Sir, I want to draw you kind attention regarding one incident of custodial death of Mr. Rafikul Seikh […]

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Indian Higher Education Institutions: Loser in Global Market

Dr Gursharan Singh Kainth Director, Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development Studies [themify_hr color=”red”] India has tremendous potential to attract international students from all over the world. Sadly, our institutions of higher learning have not been able to capitalise on this opportunity. International students are just not applying to Indian universities, recording a drop in the […]

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Niue parliamentarians boost legislative role

Niue’s parliamentarians are working to boost their legislative skills and gain a deeper understanding of the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and Climate Change oversight at a three-day parliamentary induction workshop in the Pacific island nation this week. “Following on from our May election and first Budget session last week, our re-elected and new parliamentarians […]

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Tokelau’s Traditional and Elected Representatives Must Steer the Ship of State

21 August 2017, Tokelau The Ulu o Tokelau, Hon Siopili Perez, in response to recent public statements by commentators including two Apia-based senior officials under suspension pending an investigation, reminds interested parties about the relationship between New Zealand (NZ) and Tokelau and how, through that relationship, Tokelau is developing its own self-governance model. “Tokelau has […]

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