When hate seeps in to the arteries of peace loving societies- neighbors pitched against each other. Those who peddle violence here in our country do not have a clue on what it takes for a country to turn into Syria or Iraq
Swaraj told the Rajya Sabha that the DNA of 38 people matched the remains found underneath one of the many mounds found in Mosul and Badush, while one person’s body was a 70 percent match
At a press conference the Ambassador from Iraq to India informed the press that the city of Mosul had been liberated, the reconstruction process was to begin and this was a win for the world
Hardnews Bureau Delhi
MOSUL: US-backed Iraqi forces advancing in the Islamic State group's stronghold in western Mosul fought off a counter-attack by the militants during bad weather in the early hours today, officers said. Some militants were able to get near elite Iraqi units in the southwestern part of the city, hidden among people displaced by the fighting, a senior officer told Reuters. Iraqi forces captured the eastern side of Mosul in January after 100 days of fighting and launched their attack on the districts that lie west of the Tigris river on Feb 19.
In conversation with Hardnews, Iraq’s Ambassador to Delhi, Fakhri Hassan Al Issa explains that the days of Daesh are numbered and Iraq will win back Mosul before the year ends
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi
Since the peak of June 2014, the price of oil has plummetted by about 70%. At the time when the price was in the vicinity of $140 per barrel, no one really believed it could ever come down. So-called oil experts talked about “peak oil” theory and how the petroleum reserves were dwindling and so the price of oil would never fall below $100 per barrel. Think-tanks that put out regular updates scared people by saying a barrel of Brent crude could cost about $200. This was a scary scenario for consumers, but music to those economies that live off commodities.
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi
Every day, there is some report or the other from troubled West Asia about the inexorable march of the Islamic State of Iraq and Sy
By a rough estimate, more than 32,000 books and treatises have been written on the First World War—or the Great War, as it is known—since it erupted 100 years ago.
Editorial: July 2014
Hardnews Bureau Delhi