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Interdependence Day: An Idea Whose Time Must Come

Interdependence Day: An Idea Whose Time Must Come

In 2010, we wrote a blog titled Interdependence Day: Celebrating the “Us” in USA calling for establishing Interdependence Day as a new national holiday. That blog was precipitated by a reaction to a “the acrimonious climate and the negative tone and tenor ...

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EXTRAJUDICIAL VERSUS JUDICIAL JUSTICE

EXTRAJUDICIAL VERSUS JUDICIAL JUSTICE

International System of Justice abhors Death Sentence, Police excels in giving the same. Dr. Javed Jamil The country is witnessing rage over brutal killings of a father and son in Tamil Nadu. This is not an isolated case. I have ...

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Why do people in rich countries commit suicide?

Why do people in rich countries commit suicide?

By Mohammad Azeemullah The common perception about suicide is that if you are poor, you are more likely to suffer from depression because you have more challenges to face in life.The other factors that cause suicide are autism and alcoholism. ...

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How Painful to be Orphan, Poor and Woman?

How Painful to be Orphan, Poor and Woman?

  By M. Burhanuddin Qasmi Aasiya Begum, age 29, wife of late Ahadur Rahman Tapadar, a resident of Deorail, Badarpur under Karimganj district of Assam, India has a painful saga of her life to share with the humane world. Her ...

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