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Delhi and Crimes Against Women

On 10 Jan 2011, a gunny bag was found near the New Delhi railway station. It contained the body of a young girl who had been done to death. The police were clueless about the crime and one wonders where the national capital is heading.

Patent Plea Rejection: Pharma’s Reputation Risk

Patent rejection is already a reputation risk for innovator pharma companies. With each setback in a patent case, the innovators seem to be gaining unfavourable public opinion.

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Resigns: Freedom Reigns for Now

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused to give up his position Thursday night. Friday the Egyptian military said his concessions were not good enough and secured his resignation. His own stubbornness and arrogance could have cost his country greatly and himself even more. President Mubarak, your plane still awaits sir. It would behoove you to get on.

Syria Joyous in the Over Throw Military Coup of Mubarak in Egypt – But Why?

Apparently, Syria is quite happy to see Mubarak in Egypt go, as they have always felt he was more aligned with the West and moderate views, than those of Islam. Is that really true? Some would suggest Mubarak, was not a lover of America or Israel, rather doing what needed to be done for Egypt’s tourist trade, economic development, and simply getting along with its neighbors.

Party at the Pyramids: Tough Times for Mubarak

Opposition leaders have taken these events to their advantage; the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohamed Mustafa ElBaradei (the guy who was looking for WMDs in Iraq) have become active and are in the lime light. The US and EU after initially showing keen support for the protestors have decided to take a neutral stance in the whole episode after the NYSE suffered a lowest in six months. On the other hand, the Middle East and OPEC are also worried; the former due to the fact of being Monarchies and the latter due to increasing Oil Production in case of a Suez Canal blockage…

2011 Economic Outlook of Turkey

The Turkish economy has shown a shining performance with its steady growth over 20 years of financial liberalisation. And economic growth in Turkey has been very promising for the year of 2010.

The Price Of Liberty

The presence of genuine freedom gives us so many advantages. However, it is inevitable indeed that humans as we are, such distinct privilege has been quite abused in so many ways. As a result, many of us, especially the innocent ones, have been experiencing the negative effects of upside down principles.

Buddhist Celebration Could Push Gold Value

Nirvana Day, a Buddhist celebration marking the day in which Buddha is believed to have died and entered the afterlife, could lead to a rise in demand for gold. On February 15th, Buddhists around the world will celebrate the life of Buddha, who they believe died aged 80, after reaching a stage of complete nirvana. Money is often passed between friends and family and clothes are given to family members as gifts as part of the festival.

In Advance of Iran’s Revolution Day, Praise for the Uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia

Iranian regime heads and spokesmen praised the popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia and claimed that they were both inspired by and constitute a direct continuation of the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran. They say that such popular Islamic revolutions are destined to take place in the near future across the Arab world, reflecting the emergence of Islamic rule in the region in the face of the defeat of the West.

Last Chance for Ruling Government in Pakistan

As a result of the increasing pressure from the International Monetary Fund which is one of the most magnificent donors known to provide funds to various countries to make their economies survive, the Pakistan Cabinet finally resigned recently. IMF or International Monetary Fund has been continuously pressurizing the PPP-led Pakistani government since long ago to downsize its cabinet size at the earliest so that the government expenses can be reduced considerably. Apart from the International Monetary Fund, there was an equally strong pressure and stress coming from the main opposition party, the PML (N), to cut short the size of…

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