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Not only rains, Mumbai should be blamed for its floods

Hardnews Bureau

Mumbai masterminds its floods with its uncontrolled craving for development—by converting floodplains, bottlenecking rivers and reclaiming several hectares of coastal areas
Dhwani Shah Mumbai

Peace Day: ‘Turning refugees away will only harm the West’

Hardnews Bureau

As migration of people from conflict-ridden areas continues in several parts of the world and is met with racism and xenophobia in the West, the world must attempt to address global inequality and poverty without generating more violence
Jyotika Teckchandani Delhi

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India-Japan-China: Strategic Goals and Partnerships

India needs partners who can put money where their mouths are. For now only China and Japan can provide the economic partnerships India needs
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi

Right to privacy: A Stop sign?

Hardnews Bureau

The Supreme Court’s verdict upholds the citizen’s right, but how the government and its Aadhaar project respond is to be seen
Mohammed Afeef Bengaluru

‘India is like our eldest brother in the South Asian family’

Hardnews visited his office for an exclusive chat on topics ranging from the relationship between India and Sri Lanka to China, the violence against the Rohingyas and why Theravada Buddhism, reconciles with violence
Sanjay Kapoor Colombo

‘The Hambantota deal is ruinous for us’

Sanjay Kapoor

In this interview, former minister Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe, who was sacked recently for criticising the deal, refuses to mince his words and lashes out against the government for mortgaging the future of the next generation with this deal
Sanjay Kapoor Colombo

Modi’s ‘gift to the nation’ can submerge 192 villages in MP

Hardnews Bureau

The long-overdue inauguration of the Sardar Sarovar Dam may have happened after a lot of obstacles, but the ghosts of its past will continue to haunt the project in future as well

‘We fought hard to secure Sri Lanka’s interest in the deal’: Arjuna Ranatunga

Sanjay Kapoor

Sri Lanka’s legendary cricket captain, Arjuna Ranatunga, takes on issues on the front foot as when he questioned the controversial Hambantota port deal, which he feels is loaded in favour of the Chinese
Sanjay Kapoor Colombo

India Inundated:India's Massive Flood Problem

 

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