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Sri Lanka takes steps to control Islamic radicalization

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has directed the country’s Muslim Religious Affairs Department to ensure that all madrassas (Muslim religious schools) are registered with the department and that their…



Why endangered Bharat has few well-wishers abroad

The nationwide outcry over the perfectly reasonable and measured legislative programme pertaining to the NRC and the CAA has revealed starkly what some already know. Bharat has very few friends…



Pak blasphemy law takes one more toll

While Imran Khan continues with his tirade against Bharat and its Citizenship Amendment Act, Pakistan sentences another citizen to death for “blasphemy”. Pakistan’s Multan court recently convicted Junaid Hafeez, a…


Drought in Hindu majority Pak district

Tharparkar is a district of Sindh province in Pakistan where Hindus live in majority. Most of them are Bheels, Meghwar, Kolhi, Jogis and other marginalized communities within Hindus. The life…


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Rightist surge in Swedish opinion poll

Sweden’s right-wing Sweden Democrats are now neck and neck with the ruling Social Democrats in opinion polls. Though vilified and demonized, the party’s success represents a complete failure of liberalism…