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‘Racial Discrimination Act (RDA) : A positive step towards mutulticultural Australian society’

By at May 23, 2014 | 2:40 pm | 0 Comment

‘Racial Discrimination Act (RDA)  :  A positive step towards mutulticultural Australian society’

The Racial Discrimination Act (RDA) of the Australian Government has been a positive step in the direction of a multicultural cohesive Australian society, sustainable in the long run. The RDA affords the Australian citizens a high level of protection against abuse that may possibly be based on race, religion, ethnic or cultural background, colour of skin and the more...

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One bullet, six Taliban and the future of Afghanistan

By at April 8, 2014 | 11:51 am | 0 Comment

One bullet, six Taliban and the future of Afghanistan

The news of a British Sniper killing Taliban militants with a single shot has hogged media headlines. The Daily Beast considered the feat as “the greatest since the invention of the gun.” Reportedly the lance corporal achieved the feat using an L115A3 gun, the Army’s most powerful sniper weapon. “At a range of more than half a mile, the 20-year-old struck a more...

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Museums should return stolen ‘Kapoor’ objects back to India

By at March 28, 2014 | 7:17 pm | 0 Comment

Museums should return stolen ‘Kapoor’ objects back to India

The Director of the National Gallery of Australia Mr Ron Radford said in a media interview that he will not return to India, the “Dancing Shiva” allegedly stolen from a temple in Tamil Nadu and other millions of dollars worth of antiques he had purchased from New York dealer Subhash Kapoor. He wants further proof that they have been stolen before the Gallery can act. more...

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Mass trial and death sentences bring closure to Egypt’s Arab Spring

By at March 27, 2014 | 2:54 pm | 0 Comment

Mass trial and death sentences bring closure to Egypt’s Arab Spring

Egypt's farcical trial that sentenced more than 500 Muslim brotherhood supporters and Islamists for killing a single police officer shows the extreme example of a judicial system gone berserk. According to New York Times and other reports, the precise charges against each defendant were unclear because they were not read out in court.   The military-led more...

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The Indian Economy –‘Is the worst over’?

By at March 25, 2014 | 11:43 am | 0 Comment

The Indian Economy –‘Is the worst over’?

There is excitement in the air with the election fever running high! Euphoria over the post poll scenario brings us to the point where we tend to believe that nothing can go wrong from here – the worst is over! Riding the Modi wave, the hype created by the media is that NDA government is only a couple of months far. People are unwilling to even consider the unpleasant more...

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A view to lead India: who are the candidates?

By at March 24, 2014 | 2:42 pm | 0 Comment

A view to lead India: who are the candidates?

India will go to the polls from April 5 to May 12 to choose between three party leaders for its next prime minister. The first is a seasoned politician and three-time chief minister, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP, or Indian People’s Party) Narendra Modi. The second is a youth icon without experience in governance, Indian National Congress’ Rahul Gandhi. Finally, more...

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Modi puts democracy to test in India

By at March 18, 2014 | 1:19 pm | 0 Comment

Modi puts democracy to test in India

The 2014 general election in India will be one on a scale never seen before. More than 814 million eligible voters will cast their mandate as the nation goes to poll in April. There are currently about 120 practicing electoral democracies in the world and India’s role as a nation standing for democratic ideals would be crucial for a world struggling to keep pace with more...

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‘Diversity in Australian politics is almost non-existent’

By at February 22, 2014 | 1:32 pm | 0 Comment

‘Diversity in Australian politics is almost non-existent’

I am going to be completely straight up. I believe in the concept of progressive politics, where activism and passion cross paths. If you truly believe in an ethical cause there is no point to just stand around and nag the next person in the queue. But, with a strategic and planned approach you should advocate, pressure and act against the oppressors. Although, this is more...

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