Colourless Life

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By

Khadeeja Sarhadi

In this world different colours are spreading. These colours are those who could touch and feel it but beyond our colourful world there is another which is silent and hidden from our eyes.

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Current scenario in the Indian Power Sector

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By

Sandhya Sutodia

Empowering the country’s power sector entails a close look when it comes to throwing light on factors denying a plug between demand and supply. This becomes more pronounced when the glittering statistics of having notched up the fifth position in power generation fails to lighten the burden, electrify villages and enlighten the politic. Around 40 percent of the population does not have access to electricity.

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Poetry

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By

Wendy Blum

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Journalists in Uganda protest against police brutality

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By

Robert Ssewankambo

Cruelty against journalists recurred when police officers attached to the Jinja Road Police Station in Uganda’s capital city, Kampala, intercepted and pepper sprayed journalists who were peacefully walking to police headquarters to petition the Inspector General of Police against the violent attacks on journalists by police officers.

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Fiction

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By

Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois

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Senior Police officer assaults two journalists in Uganda

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By

Robert Ssewankambo

A senior police officer, Joram Mwesigye, the Division Police Commander (DPC) for Old Kampala, Uganda, on the 12thJanuary 2015 assaulted two journalists, Andrew Lwanga of Wavah Broadcasting Services (WBS) Television and Joseph Ssettimba working with the government owned Bukedde Television.

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In War, no one wins

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By

Hira Azhar

The horrible menace and terror of war, 
Shakes my being at its very core.
Destruction, agony, and so much fire,
Death follows all, as lives expire.

WAR (World at Rebellion), as the name indicates, is the most horrible calamity which, when befell on a country or nation, leaves every single man and commodity in grave agony as it results in the loss of everyone involved; as Neville Chamberlain said:

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Raila must grieve but his troops must not be left rudderless

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By

Joe Khamisi

Towards the end of his biography: ‘Raila Odinga, An Enigma in Kenyan Politics’, Nigerian author Babafemi A. Badejo, dedicates seventeen pages of testimonies to the Kenyan opposition leader that were sourced from interviews with relatives, friends, politicians and former detainees.

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Hard Truth with Anant Mishra: Kashmir: the Good, the Bad, the Ugly

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Anant Mishra

Right from the partition, India and Pakistan have debated on numerous occasions for the territorial rights over the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Despite the tremendous rivalry between the two nations, there have been attempts to resolve the conflict through cease fires and diplomatic talks; however the efforts turned out to be failing. With both nuclear power nations on both sides, and increasing political instability in Pakistan, it is imperative that the resolution for the situation in Kashmir is achieved to prevent any further conflict in the region.

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