Media Watch

'19Jan
13

A way out of the morass: on the US' plan to pull out of Afghanistan

In an article published in The Hindu (Editorial page, “Another approach to Afghanistan”, December 24, 2003), we had suggested that the only way out of the morass in Afghanistan would be to re-place Afghanistan in...
'19Jan
13

Mnangagwa must stand up and take charge

The rate at which things are falling apart in Zimbabwe calls for serious and urgent action by the government.The fuel situation has deteriorated to unprecedented levels, way deeper than the UDI and 2008 crises and...
'19Jan
13

Has Zimbabwe fallen off the edge of the precipice?

Economic analysts now sound like stuck records advising the powers-that-be to slash government expenditure, trim government employees, adopt a firm currency, dismember the tentacles of corruption, sell off unviable...
'19Jan
13

Regional body SADC calls for DR Congo election vote recount

The Democratic Republic of Congo should recount the votes of its contested presidential election that the runner-up says was rigged, the Southern African Development Community (SADC) said."A recount would provide...
'19Jan
13

Delhi must engage with Taliban, oppose U.S.-Pak deal outside Kabul: Hamid Karzai

More than four years after demitting office, former President Hamid Karzai remains a key figure in Afghan politics. During a recent visit to Delhi for official meetings, Mr. Karzai said India must reconsider its...
'19Jan
13

Turkey's military reinforces on border with Syria's Idlib

Turkish troops and tanks carried out military exercises on the border with Syria on Saturday, state-run media reported, while a monitoring group said a Turkish convoy had crossed the frontier into northern Syria...
'19Jan
13

Hanjin default to ‘hurt’ but won’t hamper banks

January 14, 2019home / Business / Top Business / Hanjin default to ‘hurt’ but won’t hamper banksLocal banks with loan exposures to a bankrupt Korean-owned shipbuilder will be working together to address the...
'19Jan
13

U.S.-backed Syrian force: Islamic State in 'its final moments'

QAMISHLI, Syria/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State militants are “living their final moments” in the last enclave they hold near the Iraqi border, where U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are attacking them,...
'19Jan
13

Iran-Taliban talks: An effort to promote regional peace

Daesh terrorists, who have been militarily defeated in Iraq and Syria, have been increasingly active in Afghanistan, clashing with both the Kabul government and Taliban militants and alarming neighboring nations,...
'19Jan
13

India proposes joint development group at maiden dialogue with Central Asia; discuss expansion of business ties

NEW DELHI:Indiaon Sunday proposed setting up of the "India-Central Asia Development Group” at the maiden India-Central Asia dialogue with participation ofAfghanistanheld in Samarkand that could enable Delhi to...

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