11 February 2017

All the news for 11 February 2017 [ 96 news items | Now showing page 1 of 5 ]

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Could National Security Adviser Mike Flynn Face Criminal Charges Over Russia Ties?

By Juan Cole / Informed Comment Serious questions continue to swirl around Flynn’s relationship with the Russian government.   [ continue reading...]

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Dear Prashant Bhushan, PILs Will Not Solve India’s Corruption Problem

If India continues to rely on PILs to litigate corruption, it shall forever remain wedded to the courts, stopping Indian justice from flourishing. The post Dea...   [ continue reading...]

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Photo Feature: The Changpas Who Make Cashmere

The nomadic Changpas of Hanle Valley in Ladakh herd pashmina goats, live in high-altitude pasturelands and even retain old barter systems – but their ways...   [ continue reading...]

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Snowden: ‘Finally: Irrefutable Evidence That I Never Cooperated With Russian Intel’

By Common Dreams staff / Common Dreams Whistleblower Edward Snowden says a report suggesting Vladimir Putin is considering sending him back to the U.S. as a &ld...   [ continue reading...]

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Boycotting Ivanka’s Brand Annoys Donald Trump—but Does It Achieve Anything Else?

Amy WilentzAn easy, painless boycott—followed by easy, painless shopping.   [ continue reading...]

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Corbyn got it right over Article 50

Support for the Brexit bill is an essential prerequisite for effective opposition to a Tory Brexit   [ continue reading...]

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MHA Website Hacked, Temporarily Blocked

Computer emergency response teams are looking into the incident, an official said. The post MHA Website Hacked, Temporarily Blocked appeared first on The Wire.   [ continue reading...]

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In West Bengal, Big Sister will now Closely Watch and Punish Protestors

Mamata Banerjee makes an old law even tougher to create an Orwellian world of surveillance of dissenters The post In West Bengal, Big Sister will now Closely Wa...   [ continue reading...]

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The Party That Fought For a Separate Uttarakhand Is Now Struggling to Survive

Despite being known for focussing on local issues, the Uttarakhand Kranti Dal's presence is the state has been falling. The post The Party That Fought For a Sep...   [ continue reading...]

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Black Agenda Radio Week of February 13, 2017

mass black incarcerationImmigration racismwhite supremacyTrump Pursues His Vision of a Whiter USA The ban on Muslims is a step towards regulating the ethnic mix...   [ continue reading...]

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Every Year 700 Million People Fall Ill from Contaminated Food

It may sound like an endless tale of modern seven plagues: mad cows, avian flu, led-poisoned fish, swine fever, desert locusts being the most dangerous of migra...   [ continue reading...]

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An open letter to the JNUTA/ JNU teaching community, from the suspended students

We maintain that student community has throughout in its history of struggle and resistances have kept its autonomy intact and we hope that JNUTA and larger tea...   [ continue reading...]

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Chinese Soldier Returns Home to Emotional Welcome, 54 Years After Mistakenly Entering India

The Indian and Chinese governments are projecting Wang Qi’s story as a positive expression of India-China cooperation. The post Chinese Soldier Returns Ho...   [ continue reading...]

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A Scientist’s Quest to Photograph the Atom and Life at Large

Beginning with a perfect analogy for cutting open an atom, Vandana Sharma, takes us through the crests and troughs of her research on atom probing machines. The...   [ continue reading...]

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In Uttarakhand’s Ranikhet, the Battle Between Congress and BJP Continues

While the Congress is confident that a BJP rebel standing as an independent will work in their favour, the BJP still think they have the upper hand. The post In...   [ continue reading...]

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Why the BRICS Alternative Rating Agency May Not Work

The BRICS bloc of states have resolved to establish an alternative credit rating agency to counter western dominance in the financial markets. Will it work? The...   [ continue reading...]

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Latin America in the Vanguard of Global Fight Against Hunger

A model for fighting against hunger and malnutrition with a global reach which has been successful within and outside the region has spread worldwide, first fro...   [ continue reading...]

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Narendra Modi Is BJP’s Face For Manipur Elections: Bhabananda Singh

The BJP Manipur chief discusses the core issues the party is raising in the elections, why the party hasn’t declared a chief ministerial candidate for the...   [ continue reading...]

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An American Imam Lights a Candle of Hope

Where our politicians fail us, our shared values lift us all up. (Image: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout) Whole swaths of the American public -- Muslims, African Am...   [ continue reading...]

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Truthdigger of the Week: John Bercow, Speaker of the U.K. House of Commons

Citing the U.S. president’s immigration ban, Bercow took a strong public stand against allowing Trump to speak to the British chamber.   [ continue reading...]

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