The Aberration That Is India!

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Ananya S Guha

As an academic I feel rather insecure at the grisly turn of events in the academic institutions in the India of today. While I am not going to go into the JNU events specifically my mind is disturbed at the kind of damage that is being done to academia and the academic world.

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Kenya announce plan to close down two refugee camps

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Dukhan Jundit

The Government of the Republic of Kenya has moved to close down soon the Kakuma and Dadaab refugees camps.

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Oya do we divide Nigeria?

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Prince Charles Dickson

We grab a dog with the hands and it escapes; thereafter we beckon it with two fingers. (If both hands cannot detain a dog, two fingers from a distance will not bring it to where it escaped from).

As a public commentator, I often say it’s not everything you must have an opinion on, or talk about. You cannot be an expert on all things but there are times when common sense in the face of present realities should guide us…

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South Sudanese Minister ejected from meeting for being inappropriately dressed

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Dukhan Jundit

The newly appointed South Sudanese Minister for Water Resources and Irrigation, Mabiour Garang De Mabiour, was on Friday kicked out of the council of ministers meeting by President Salva Kiir Mayardit.

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