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Why the Maoists want Arundhati Roy

May 11th, 2018

Why the Maoists want Arundhati Roy

Manifesting different aspects of the divine essence, Indian gods and goddesses are often portrayed seated upon or beside the animals deemed to be their particular “vehicles”. The elephant-headed Lord Ganesha, for example, has a rat as his vehicle, as if to demonstrate in a manner both quotidian and profound that the least of creatures might […]

West’s financial system must stop flow of dirty money

May 10th, 2018

West’s financial system must stop flow of dirty money

The rich world has been busy tightening its belt in recent weeks, with Britain, Germany and Spain all announcing the severest economic cuts in generations and prompting acres of press coverage.The holes in the budgets of the world’s poorest countries seldom garner such attention. But the decisions of a meeting currently taking place in Amsterdam […]

Transportation soldiers extend beyond call of duty

May 9th, 2018

Transportation soldiers extend beyond call of duty

By 1st Lt. Ronnie PatrickCONTINGENCY OPERATING BASE ADDER, Iraq— Two soldiers with the 319th Transportation Company, 110th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 224th Sustainment Brigade, 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), are going above and beyond the call of duty by voluntarily extending their deployments. Staff Sgt. John Jenerou, a truck master with the 319th Trans. Company, and […]

Iranian footballer suspended for wearing SpongeBob trousers

May 8th, 2018

Iranian footballer suspended for wearing SpongeBob trousers

A professional footballer who has represented Iran’s national team has been suspended for six months from domestic competition after a picture surfaced online showing him wearing what has been described as a pair of SpongeBob SquarePants trousers. A committee in charge of policing the morality of Iran’s football federation imposed the ban on Sosha Makani, […]

Iraqi election rivals claim success after lower turnout

May 7th, 2018

Iraqi election rivals claim success after lower turnout

Sixty-two per cent of Iraqis voted in yesterday’s general election, with both the conservative incumbent prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, and his secular rival, Iyad Allawi, claiming today to have performed strongly in the poll.The turnout was lower than the reported 76% turnout in the 2005 poll, which was boycotted en masse by two provinces, but […]

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