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Somalia Famine: Terrible plight
The problem is not just assessing the size of the current crisis, which is sure to grow but it is also the fact that the droughts in this region have become an almost annual occurrence. Should everyone shrug their shoulders and put serial drought down to climate change? No, one should make these areas developed. Even though Somalia is shattered by decades of intervention and insurgency and controlled by the militant Islamist Al-Shabab that it has lifted its ban on getting food aid from UN agenci...
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Yemen crisis: An analysis
It has been several months for the on-going Yemen crisis with no solution to be seen around yet. With the Libyan crisis being in the fore-front in the media, be it in newspapers, television the issue of Yemen crisis has not been highlighted as similar to the Libyan crisis. If one has to find out the main reason for the out-break of the revolution it can be traced back to the year 2009 when the United States which led war against terrorism entered a new phase when it launched Cruise missiles alon...
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The draconian - "Communal Violence Bill"
Communal violence Bill is one of the long pending bills which have not been yet presented and approved in the Parliament.The Bill was drafted originally in the year 2005 after the 2004 elections when United Progressive Alliance came into power in view of the Gujarat carnage in 2002. After coming into power the UPA government in its manifesto stated that a Bill would be brought up in the Parliament to see that another incident like Gujarat carnage would be prevented....
Rajani A hindu: only secularism made them prominent
it seems xtians and muslims have access to good education whilst the hindus are relegated to the bottom.
hindu lawyers and law makers are gutless [8 comments]
Challenges before Mamata Banerjee
The 2011 assembly polls gave a very different picture to us. The results of two states were quite surprising but the most surprising and interesting result is that of the poll results in West Bengal. Trinamool Congress chief came into the limelight with the defeat of the Left Front. This defeat for the Left Front is one of the worst defeat. But it is also not a smooth road for the Mamata government. Her government when it comes to power has to face a lot of challenges. How will she handle these ...
Rajani A S.Ghosh: Even Gandhi-Nehru were anti-Bengali, although West Bengal had Congress Government Since 1947 to 1966, it could not escape discriminations against the Bengalees:
1) The whole of the Mymansingh district was given away to Pakistan, although only 50 .... [5 comments]
Corrupt India: The Lokpal Bill
The 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement is the result of the various protests for the Jan Lokpal Bill (Citizen Ombudsman Bill) which emerged all over India especially after April 5th 2011.The basic agenda of these protestors was that the Government of India should draft a strong anti-graft Lokpal bill which follows the originally drafted bill and not the changes the government plans to bring in, which will make the Lokayukta just another advisory body with no actual power in the vast Indian bur...
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