Thursday Evening News Rewind – Dec. 30, 2021




The Five And A Half Solution

With the world teetering on the edge of darkness where global tensions continue to escalate the one resounding certainly is that every substance vital to modern day life as we have been so accustomed to will soon be enormously expensive. So expensive in fact that for millions of not only Americans but millions the world over, instead of progressing into the 21st century will be thrown backward. All the industrial staples that go into the technological advances that we are using right now are all becoming more valuable.

Indo-Japan Relations on a ‘Bullet’ Ride

The article talks about the recently concluded Indo-Japan Annual Summit. It discuss the outcome of this meeting and reviews the present relation between these countries.

Government Fiscal Stimulus Program in India: Blessing or CURSE?

As per the current economic scenario in India it is evident that the government has been unable to maintain economic harmony, rather it has made a serious damage by eradicating people’s spending power. The manufacturing output is at its low and import-export are struggling at two year low. It is evident with the economic indicators that businesses are at its all time low and businessmen have lost confidence in bringing the money out in the market again.

Brexit: British or European?

According to the laws of most countries, one gains one’s nationality from the country of one’s birth, and this is certainly the case in the UK. Anyone born in the UK is accorded British citizenship, irrespective of their parents’ nationality, although this may confer additional citizenship rights. Thus, those born in the UK before 1973, when the UK joined the European Economic Community, held British citizenship. For many, however, that momentous event brought a new sense of citizenship and personal identity: they became Europeans. And many of those born in the UK after 1973 have grown up feeling themselves to be, first and foremost, Europeans. Now with Britain leaving the EU, people must decide where their emotional allegiance lies and for many this presents a painful choice.

Africa’s Underdevelopment: Who Is Responsible?

According to the externalists, Europe should be blamed for the economic backwardness of Africa. However, this paper shall lean towards the internalist paradigm which asserts that the economic, political and technological stagnation of Africa, can only be traced to Africa. Indeed, Africans underdeveloped Africa.

Postal State in India: Need to Be Positive

‘India is a huge country, nay sub-continent. Two things that bind the whole country together are Railways and Postal Service.’ V S Naipaul, The Daily Mail, London, 2011 The postal state in India could be termed as snail mail/outdated mode of knitting together the diverse nation.

Delhi-6: A Cinematic ‘Buttressing’

You remember, there was a movie called ‘Delhi 6’ which hit the marquee a few years ago? To many cine-goers, ‘Delhi-6’ was an intriguing film title. Actually, it was based on the Pin Code of North Delhi (precisely, Chandani Chowk area): 110006.

Jerusalem As Israeli Capital – What Is in Store for the World?

U.S. President Donald Trump has an uncanny ability to turn things to his advantage. First, it was his policy against outsourcing, or actions against illegal immigrants that brought him to the media limelight. Now, it is on an altogether different theme – bring the religious issue to the center stage with his unambiguous pro-Israeli stance that can lead the world to a conflagration where rest of the world may turn against US-Israeli alliance.

Post-Colonial South Asia in Contrast to Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s Life

It was feared that after getting rid of the temporary slavery of British, the Muslims will become permanent slaves of the Hindus. The biggest rivalry, India and Pakistan, parted ways in August 1947 and then the separation between West Pakistan and East Pakistan (Bangladesh), with Indian influence in March 1971, was also a massacre and a human made disaster that is still talked about. Since then, relationship between both the countries have turned into a timeless war between Fire Nations Vs Water Nations, Marvel vs DC, Coke vs Pepsi, Team Emelia vs Team Rem, etc. Pakistan, after the year 1947, has been led by several politically strong individuals but the leaders never ever got successful in creating a huge and strong image of the country in the rest of the world, neither creation of sustainable national constitution was brought in light, until Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the building block of Pakistan People’s Party, came in power and did remarkable efforts in taking Pakistan to paths of modernity and success. Despite the economic recession, the party faced, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and his party were the major causes of positive and strong reforms that took place in Pakistan.

Defining Australia in the Perspective of a Non-Australian

As a fifth semester college student of English major who is currently taking Australian Studies subject, I am quite perplexed when my lecturer asked us, the students, to write an article with “Defining Australia” as the topic. In the end, I decided that I’d just write my own opinions and viewpoints of what is the real definition of Australia. In this essay, I will try to state one basic yet complicated problem and link it with the way whether or not we can define Australia concretely.

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