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Pakistan, China Find Ties 'Sweeter than Honey', Take Aim at India

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday told his Chinese counterpart Li Kequiang that the Pakistan-China relation was "sweeter than honey", a comment that is likely to send shockwaves of bitterness across Indian territories which were relegated to the position of "troublemaker" by a top Chinese general on Thursday. Jul 5, 2013
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What Next for Egypt after President Morsi's Ouster?

What kind of future lies ahead in a country where the Muslim brothers are likely to be relegated again to an isolated position, devoid of power as they have been for 80 years? It could possibly be an invitation to another series of violence or a civil war. Jul 4, 2013
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Why Would Edward Snowden Seek Asylum in 21 Countries Including India?

Edward Snowden, the American fugitive responsible for leaking information about controversial intelligence surveillance by US security agencies, has filed a petition seeking asylum in 21 countries including India, even as Washington is doing whatever it takes to get the whistleblower extradited on espionage charges. Jul 2, 2013
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When Obama Meets Mandela, Inspiration Revisits History

American President Barack Obama visited South Africa on Friday, a trip that will draw every person's attention to what will happen when the two leaders that made history will meet, even when there are good chances that Obama's "hero", Nelson Mandela, might bid adieu from a grieving world and who survived with a renewed hope of solidarity ever since he became South African's first black president. Jun 30, 2013