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Mar 16, 2019
Why New Zealand shooter's Islamophobia is unfounded: History shows European settlers were worst oppressorsNew Zealand terrorist attack: It is this European colonisation that around the world produced gun laws that allowed people, meaning White settlers, to keep firearms, ostensibly for their defence
Mar 13, 2019
IBM chief Ginni Rometty says skill gaps impeding Indians' prospects in tech jobs; education should be beyond getting degreesSkills are perhaps more important than a degree, said IBM chairman Rometty
Jan 11, 2019
Indian Life and People in the 19th Century: JP Losty revisits Company paintings in fascinating new bookSome two hundred years after they were executed, many of these paintings have found their way to collectors Shilpa and Praful Saha, founders of the TAPI Collection, and are now the subject of curator and art historian JP Losty’s catalogue of the same, Indian Life and People in the 19th Century: Company Paintings in the TAPI Collection, published by Roli Books.
Nov 25, 2018
The Allure of India: Historian Seema Bhalla resurrects the Company style miniatures that once flourished under the European patronsHistorian Seema Bhalla commissioned 25 miniature paintings in the Company style that was started and spread by European patrons.
Mar 11, 2018
Russian president Vladimir Putin says he will 'never' give Crimea back to UkraineRussian president Vladimir Putin has said that under no circumstances would he give Crimea back to Ukraine, speaking in a new documentary released ahead of his expected re-election in next week's poll.
Oct 21, 2017
Hockey's winners cartel: Will dominance of European countries kill competition in the sport?Outcomes in hockey have become so predictable that the game is drawing the fans away. Hockey has winners and losers, but few climbers and fallers.
Aug 03, 2017
Cyber attack on Ukraine takes a toll on US, European companies in the latest quarterInvestors should get used to hearing about cyber attacks during earnings calls, said Ian Winer, equity co-head at Wedbush Securities.
Apr 23, 2017
UK party wants ban on burqa in public, Sharia outlawedLondon: The UK Independence Party (UKIP) has announced that it will include a pledge in its general election manifesto to ban the burqa or full-face veils worn by some Muslim women in public, the media reported on Sunday.
Mar 28, 2017
Russia: Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny gets 15 days in jail following nationwide protestsThe wave of nationwide demonstrations that shook Russia's long dormant political scene over the weekend showed a new face of protest: mostly teenage demonstrators driven by accusations of high-level official corruption, glaring amid the nation's painful two-year recession.
Dec 21, 2016
Migration fears ebb since Brexit vote, giving PM May breathing space | ReutersBy Elizabeth Piper | PRESTATYN, Wales PRESTATYN, Wales When farmers, business leaders and politicians met in north Wales to discuss what Brexit meant for their community, there was barely any mention of immigration - the very issue that dominated the referendum campaign across Britain.One man did stand up to air his worries over the unfettered movement of migrants from the rest of Europe which he blamed for losing his job. But the others responded by simply rolling their eyes and quickly moving on to the next point.Most of those assembled by a British parliamentary committee in a cinema in the seaside town of Prestatyn had come to discuss their concerns about their future outside the European Union, not to revisit the arguments that led to Britain's vote in June to leave the bloc.Their response is part of a trend emerging across the country, according to opinion polls, with the immigration fears that loomed so large before the referendum being overtaken by concerns over what Brexit will mean for everyday life.In the monthly Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index, which asks about 1,000 people across the country "What are the most important issues facing Britain", the EU and the terms of Britain's exit led at 39 percent in November - above immigration on 35 percent. A month earlier, immigration was at 36 percent, with the EU and Brexit at 32 percent, while in June - during the run-up to the vote - immigration was at 48 percent with the EU at 32.