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Nigeria’s Tragedy

The government now seems to have Boko Haram on the run — but children must be rescued, and a host of other big problems remain. Read this opinion at : Nigeria’s Tragedy Source: The New York Times

Breaking a Promise to Afghan Translators

Ending a visa program that granted a safe haven for interpreters would be reckless and morally reprehensible. Read this opinion at : Breaking a Promise to Afghan Translators Source: The New York Times

Is Your Lipstick Bad for You?

Cosmetics should be rigorously tested, much as drugs already are, and as they already are in Europe. Read this opinion at : Is Your Lipstick Bad for You? Source: The New York Times

Rare Chance for Mercy on Texas’ Death Row

An inmate faces execution under a law that blames accomplices as much as actual killers. Read this opinion at : Rare Chance for Mercy on Texas’ Death Row Source: The New York Times

Dimming Hope for Afghan Translators

Ending a visa program that granted a safe haven for interpreters would be reckless and morally reprehensible. Read this opinion at : Dimming Hope for Afghan Translators Source: The New York Times

India one of the countries where Metro will invest most in future: Damien Veilleroy, Asia Head, Metro AG

We have been here for the last 14 years and it took a while to adjust our model in the country and it was longer than expected. The learning curve in India was not that easy. Read this opinion at : India one of the countries where Metro will invest...

The need to privatize

Air India earned a small operating profit in the fiscal year ended March. Prime Minister Narendra Modi seemed impressed enough to mention this fact in his Independence Day speech. The operating profit flatters to deceive. The airline still ended the year with a net loss. It also has a...

Disquiet on the western front

In April this year, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs constituted a Committee to Strengthen Border Protection (CSBP) with a mandate “to study all types of gaps in fencing and all other vulnerabilities on Indo-Pakistan Border and to suggest comprehensive approach to fix these gaps in fencing and other...

An anachronistic law

The police in Bengaluru have registered an FIR, under Section 124-A of the Indian Penal Code, against Amnesty International India, highlighting once again the anachronism of the sedition law and its potential as a tool for harassment. Amnesty India had organised a function as part of its campaign to...

Thailand’s new Constitution

The struggle to define the terms of Thailand’s democracy has been viscerally fought over the past decade and a half, and it is far from clear whether the country’s popular approval of a new Constitution will seal it. The military-backed government of Prayuth Chan-ocha says the vote, in a...

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