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          Reformed Multilateralism
          D.C. Pathak | 27 Mar, 2023
          It is an established principle that if you get the 'macro-picture' right you will be less troubled by 'details' - even when some of them look unsettling at first sight. It is a sign of civilisational confidence of India that it has for its G20 Presidency adopted the motto - 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam', which means 'the whole world is one family'.
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          Your portfolio is your partner, not your investment
          Manik Anand | 19 Mar, 2023
          Real estate is one of the most intensely traded investments in today’s world. There is always a new transaction involving either a newly acquired property or an existing one at regular intervals. The earning potential in the real estate industry
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          North-South is one industry; the media is not one!
          IANS | 11 Mar, 2023
          With the super success of a few South Indian films throughout the Hindi-speaking areas, the South is extending its reach and trying to involve the media from the North, which limited its scope to covering only Hindi films.
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          Ukraine-Russia military conflict: Can there be a universally acceptable mediation?
          D.C. PATHAK | 07 Mar, 2023
          The Ukraine-Russia military confrontation has stretched longer than expected largely because the plan of Russian President Vladimir Putin to establish a protective presence in the eastern provinces of Ukraine for the Russian-speaking population there through a quick military operation went awry because of the determined move of US-NATO combine to pump in war material in the hands of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on a big scale.
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          Pitting history against nationalism
          IANS | 05 Mar, 2023
          To the narrative being built against the present regime by some civil society groups practising 'politics by proxy', a distorted projection of 'nationalism'
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          Global indignation over Saudi development plans
          IANS | 27 Feb, 2023
          Saudi Arabia has announced plans to build a large cube-shaped structure as part of a re-development project in the capital, Riyadh, triggering angry reactions from Muslims on social media, saying it resembles the Kaaba.
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          Exploiting technology to undermine democracy
          Staff Reporter
          A recent disconcerting report based on an investigation carried by 30 global media outlets, including the Guardian and DeSpiegel, claims to have exposed a team of freelance units based in Israel, which disrupt elections and manipulate public opinion using disinformation campaigns.
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          India's security lies in strong nationalism
          IANS | 12 Feb, 2023
          India's national security has been weakened because an ill-conceived narrative has been built by elements in the political opposition, that the country was ruled
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          FM did well to steer clear of poll-bound populism
          IANS | 05 Feb, 2023
          The Union Budget 2023-24 was presented on February 1 in the Parliament under very tough times, not only for India, but the entire world. Inflation, rising interest rates and cost hikes across the board have hit almost all economies in some form or the ot
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          US weapons for Russia, courtesy Taliban
          IANS | 30 Jan, 2023
          Indeed, war and political circumstances can make you sleep with your enemy, and despite different ideologies, they can also make opponents strange bedfellows.
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