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View Point | The Asian Connections Newspaper - Part 2
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* Amit Shah backs strong NIA, says terrorism is terrorism, it's neither right nor left    * Irked by Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s remark on Uighur Muslims, China may ask Pakistan to snub separatists    * Almost 60 per cent call Ford government corrupt in new poll    * New drunk driving law causes confusion
  • Leaders hit a new low on a somber day!

    British High Commissioner to India Dominic Asquith on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre last week termed the massacre “a shameful act in British Indian history.” He was in Amritsar…

     
  • Why would a PM need a dedicated channel?

    Having shared limelight in India and abroad with tall claims of having transformed India one would have assumed forthcoming election a cake walk for him. But is Prime Minister of India Naarendra Modi not sure…

     
  • Will it really uplift the poor of India?

    Congress President Rahul Gandhi has captured the country’s attention with his party’s promise of a monthly ₹6,000 handout to 50 million families at the bottom 20% of India’s income pyramid. The announcement has caught the other…

     
  • Political discourse hits a new low

    With the parliamentary elections in India round the corner, the campaigns by political parties have reached their peak. Senior leaders of all parties have hit the campaign trail to make sure their candidates are able to…

     
  • Redefining a lot!

    In a press conference within 12 hour of the attack on the two Mosques in New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern declared to the nation, “they are us”, referring not just to the victims, but…

     
  • Prime Minister has lost trust

    Jane Philpott’s resignation was the second high-profile exit from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cabinet since SNC-Lavalin scandal came to light, that was brought forth first by Globe and Mail. Former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould,…

     
  • Leave them for the defense of the nation

    The Indian Air Force struck inside Pakistan to destroy terror camps. The move came after the Jaish E Mohammad (JeM) a terrorist organization based in Pakistan claimed responsibility for Pulwama attack in Kashmir that left…

     
  • Too many questions that need to be answered

    After two government probes and two resignations the SNC-Lavalin Scandal continues to haunt the Liberals and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The investigations have been carried out by the federal ethics commissioner and the House of…

     
  • Alienate Pakistan but not Kashmiris

    In the present case of a suicide bomber jamming his explosive-laden car into a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troop truck that was part of a long convoy has come as an eye opener. The…

     
  • Rafale-too hot a potato to handle?

    The Rafale Deal under the Narendra Modi Government has bagged a due limelight. Much has been written and spoken about the deal and more could come in days to come specially with election season just…