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Hong Kong police give final warning to protesters to leave site
Thu, Dec 11 2014. 12 27 PM

Hong Kong police give final warning to protesters to leave site

Protesters have 30 minutes to depart, while those who remain after that may face police action, says Hong Kong police
Hong Kong HC gives protesters Thursday deadline to clear sites
Tue, Dec 09 2014. 11 16 AM

Hong Kong HC gives protesters Thursday deadline to clear sites

Chief executive C.Y. Leung has rejected calls for more talks on political reform and warned protesters not to turn to violence when the clearance starts
J&K: Terrorists tried to attack Indian democracy, says Narendra Modi
Sat, Dec 06 2014. 02 04 PM

J&K: Terrorists tried to attack Indian democracy, says Narendra Modi

Terror attacks ‘desperate attempts’ to derail atmosphere of hope in J&K, says Narendra Modi
Photo Essay | Stateless, unwanted
Sat, Dec 06 2014. 12 15 PM

Photo Essay | Stateless, unwanted

At a time when India-Myanmar relations are improving, Rohingya refugees in the Capital are struggling to rebuild their lives
Harsh Mander | Two blots on Indian democracy
Thu, Dec 04 2014. 06 10 PM

Harsh Mander | Two blots on Indian democracy

Bhopal and the anti-Sikh riots are two violent memories from 1984. Their bitter after-taste lingers on
Sooner or later I’ll get success: Irom Sharmila
Tue, Dec 02 2014. 12 33 AM

Sooner or later I’ll get success: Irom Sharmila

Irom Sharmila says the army has got to change its mindset if it wants to see a peaceful integrated India
When in Rome, do as the non-Romans do
Sat, Nov 29 2014. 01 04 AM

When in Rome, do as the non-Romans do

Gladiators, renaissance, and the philosophy of intolerance
Let RBI emulate the government
Mon, Nov 24 2014. 03 26 PM

Let RBI emulate the government

In a mature and modern democracy, the govt should not be dictating monetary policy and credit decisions of banks
Opposition secures Buddhist backing for Sri Lanka vote
Sun, Nov 23 2014. 08 01 PM

Opposition secures Buddhist backing for Sri Lanka vote

Maithripala Sirisena, who defected to challenge his former boss Rajapakse in the 8 January election, visited monk Maduliwawe Sobitha for his blessings
The baseless case for compulsory voting
Tue, Nov 18 2014. 01 59 PM

The baseless case for compulsory voting

Making voting compulsory neither increases political participation nor does it erode democracy

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