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We are, indeed, in unprecedented times, and we face unprecedented challenges.  Wars and violence have taken a heavy toll in Africa, Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia. Some are labelled as ’war on terror’ others ‘humanitarian wars’ but in our vocabulary wars are wars in all manifestations. The rich are getting richer and the poor poorer: the strong are getting stronger and the weak weaker: the voices of lies are being heard and the voices of truth are being throttled.

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by Jawed Naqvi on 19 May, 2015 10:46 pm
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Rajasthan: The New Killing Field Of Dalits
by Samar on 17 May, 2015 11:47 am
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by Kristy Siegfried on 17 May, 2015 11:41 am
All At Sea: What Lies Behind Southeast Asia’s Migrant Crisis?By Kristy Siegfried 16 May, 2015Irinnews.orgMore than 1,100 migrants and asylum seekers came ashore on the Malaysian island of Langkawi after being abandoned by their smugglers. They are being held at two temporary holding centres prior to be transferred to detention facilities on the mai ...
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One Year Of Modi Rule: India Gangrened
by Jagadish G Chandra on 17 May, 2015 11:37 am
One Year Of Modi Rule: India Gangrened! By Jagadish G Chandra 16 May, 2015 India’s capitalist democracy has surely turned a page in the 21st century. A thousand headed Cobra has come-off its age and has started vexing its fangs, spewing out the deadly venom of communalism in all directions. The victory of Modi in May 2014 can ...
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