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US Or China: Can Taiwan Choose Its Fate?

US Or China: Can Taiwan Choose Its Fate?

Following Speaker of The House Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, China has stepped up its military activities in the Taiwan Straits. At the same time, Beijing is turning the economic screws on the self-governed island, banning imports on Taiwanese produce.

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The Extraordinary Secret World Behind the Splendor of British Ceremonial Dress

The Extraordinary Secret World Behind the Splendor of British Ceremonial Dress

The royal family has been awarding royal warrants to the makers of militaria and ceremonial accouterments since the 15th century. By Sarah Mower Is it too frivolous to speak of the importance of how everything will look as the world watches the British pomp, ceremony, and religious ritual of Queen Elizabeth’s state funeral? Surely not. The Queen had overseen every...

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Top EU diplomat Borrell: No chance of Iran deal breakthrough at UN

Top EU diplomat Borrell: No chance of Iran deal breakthrough at UN

Josep Borrell also tells POLITICO he doesn’t think meeting Iran’s president while in New York would solve the issue. By Suzanne Lynch EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell tamped down expectations of a breakthrough on the Iran nuclear deal at the United Nations General Assembly this week, saying he does not believe a meeting with Iranian President...

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Angelina Jolie visits Pakistan to support communities affected by devastating floods

Angelina Jolie visits Pakistan to support communities affected by devastating floods

Pakistan, which has contributed just 1% of global carbon emissions, is also the second largest host of refugees globally, its people having sheltered Afghan refugees for over forty years.  International humanitarian Angelina Jolie is visiting Pakistan to support communities affected by the devastating floods. Heavy rains and floods across the country have impacted 33 million...

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Why A Boeing 747 Flew 8 Cheetahs From Namibia To India

Why A Boeing 747 Flew 8 Cheetahs From Namibia To India

The event was 70 years in the making. A chartered Boeing 747 landed at the Indian Air Force Station in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh last week. This was no ordinary long-haul flight. The jumbo arrived in South Asia 11 hours after picking up eight cheetahs from Windhoek, Namibia. A long time coming The flight marked a landmark occasion for India....

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J&K: Netizens awed by breathtaking images of World’s highest railway bridge on Chenab

J&K: Netizens awed by breathtaking images of World’s highest railway bridge on Chenab

The world’s highest railway bridge J&K – The Chenab bridge, an engineering marvel being constructed in J&K’s Reas on the Chenab river. The project aims to boost connectivity in J&K. Indian Railways shared stunning images of the bridge, leaving netizens mesmerised by the railway’s magnificient feat. The project began in 2002, is likely to get...

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Water management needs more than dams

Water management needs more than dams

Dams may appear tor make immediate sense, but canalizing all our rivers will not provide permanent protection This may sound ironic, but floods killed hundreds of people in a semi-arid, drought-prone district of Sindh and Balochistan this year. A replete dam usually brings a smile to farmers who begin cultivating paddy because canals provide ample...

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