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His Eminence Dr. Madhu Krishan,Along with His Excellency The Chief Justice Of High Court Of State Of Tamilnadu Justice M.F.J. Pon Durai , Awarded Degree Certificates & Golden Plated Citations , Gold Souvenirs to The Head Of Institutes & Humanitarian Peace Building Leaders of grass root level www.augp.edu.in  and  www.augp.webs.com His Continue →
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His Eminence Dr. Madhu Krishan,Along with His Excellency The Chief Justice Of High Court Of State Of Tamilnadu Justice M.F.J. Pon Durai , Awarded Degree Certificates & Golden Plated Citations , Gold Souvenirs to The Head Of Institutes & Humanitarian Peace Building Leaders of grass root level www.augp.edu.in  and  www.augp.webs.com His Continue →
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WHY US FOREIGN POLICY IS A DOOM?

by ABM Mosleh Uddin on July 27, 2014

Anyone abreast of the US foreign policy can see almost unfailingly that American foreign policies stumble from failures to failures in recent years. Russia has gained new clouts on the world stage, while Iran has stepped up its influence in the Middle East, cementing its credibility as a regional power. Continue →

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WHY US FOREIGN POLICY IS A DOOM?

by ABM Mosleh Uddin on July 27, 2014

Anyone abreast of the US foreign policy can see almost unfailingly that American foreign policies stumble from failures to failures in recent years. Russia has gained new clouts on the world stage, while Iran has stepped up its influence in the Middle East, cementing its credibility as a regional power. Continue →

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The New York Times says it

by Pete on July 27, 2014

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Editorial: Repeal Prohibition, Again

It took 13 years for the United States to come to its senses and end Prohibition, 13 years in which people kept drinking, otherwise law-abiding citizens became criminals and crime syndicates arose and flourished. It has been more than 40 years since Congress passed the current ban Continue →

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Until education is free for all, organize elites too

by Kate Aronoff on July 26, 2014

Organizing on private school campuses was a vital force in the anti-apartheid struggle (Flickr / Duke University Archives)

by Kate Aronoff

Organizing on private school campuses was a vital force in the anti-apartheid struggle (Flickr / Duke University Archives)

There are more than a few reasons not to attend an elite college. Between the Ivy Leagues and well-ranked liberal arts colleges, ambitious applicants now have 50 institutions to choose Continue →

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21 arrested in Utah Tar Sands fight

by Kate Aronoff on July 26, 2014

Activists blockade the Tar Sands construction in Utah (Flickr / 350)

by Kate Aronoff

 

Activists blockade the Tar Sands construction in Utah (Flickr / 350)

On Tuesday, authorities in PR Springs — about an hour outside of Moab, Utah — arrested 21 people for blockading building equipment at a construction site on indigenous Ute land. The machinery in question belongs to U.S. Continue →

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The following is adapted from a presentation by Jessica Hsu of Other Worlds and Jean Claudy Aristil of Radio VKM Les Cayes at the Executive Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Tourism conference in St. Georges, Grenada held from July 8 - July 11, 2014.

 

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The following is adapted from a presentation by Jessica Hsu of Other Worlds and Jean Claudy Aristil of Radio VKM Les Cayes at the Executive Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Tourism conference in St. Georges, Grenada held from July 8 - July 11, 2014.

 

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Indian Migrants in Qatar and Narendra Modi

by Vinayak Rajesekhar on July 26, 2014

Note: This article was originally published in International Policy Digest on 20 May, 2014 [link].

While campaigning for prime minister in West Bengal, Narendra Modi stated that illegal migrants from neighboring Bangladesh posed a threat to India’s security and stressed, “(they) must prepare to return (to Bangladesh).” Narendra Modi, despite facing Continue →

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Indian Migrants in Qatar and Narendra Modi

by Vinayak Rajesekhar on July 26, 2014

Note: This article was originally published in International Policy Digest on 20 May, 2014 [link].

While campaigning for prime minister in West Bengal, Narendra Modi stated that illegal migrants from neighboring Bangladesh posed a threat to India’s security and stressed, “(they) must prepare to return (to Bangladesh).” Narendra Modi, despite facing Continue →

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Indian Migrants in Qatar and Narendra Modi

by Vinayak Rajesekhar on July 26, 2014

Note: This article was originally published in International Policy Digest on 20 May, 2014 [link].

While campaigning for prime minister in West Bengal, Narendra Modi stated that illegal migrants from neighboring Bangladesh posed a threat to India’s security and stressed, “(they) must prepare to return (to Bangladesh).” Narendra Modi, despite facing Continue →

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