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The 74th UNGA highlights the ‘disquiet’ world we live in

The 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) opened the past week amid simmering tension in the Middle East over recent attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, which Saudi Arabia and the United States blame on Iran. It also came just days after millions of young activists and their supporters marched in thousands of cities worldwide to demand greater action on climate change.

The 74th UNGA highlights the ‘disquiet’ world we live in
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Indian Occupied Kashmir Is Calling Out Loud, While the World Plays Deaf

Article 370 of the Indian constitution gave special status to the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir which, at the time of partition, was annexed with the mainland India at the behest of its Hindu ruler Maharaja Hari Singh. The article 370 along with Article 35A, stated that the Jammu and Kashmir state's residents will live under a separate set of laws, including those related to citizenship, ownership of property, and fundamental rights, as compared to people of other Indian states.

Indian Occupied Kashmir Is Calling Out Loud, While the World Plays Deaf
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Saints Give Marching Orders to the Shahjahanpur Swami

Chianmayanand may no longer be able to call himself ‘Swami’ or a ‘saint’ if an association of his peer saints sticks to its decision at the October 10 session of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad in Hardwar. It has been nearly a month that the allegation of him raping a 23-year-old woman in his Shahjahanpur (UP) ashram surfaced. Since then the police in UP has seemed more interested in harassing the victim, with the SIT questioning her for nearly 12 hours, while showing no interest in arresting or even questioning the ‘Swami’ till the other day.

 'Swamy' Chianmayanand
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Paigham-e-Pakistan Fatwa an Achievement for Whole Muslim Ummah

Nation has been misguided for long time by the terrorists and their affiliates on to the righteousness of the Pakistan’s official position in the war on Terror.

Pakistan Clerics Issue Fatwa Against Terror in Name of Religion
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Pakistan Army and Global War on Terror

Pakistan's main strength lays in its peoples' sentimental attachment with their national armed forces. Pakistanis are very proud of their troops who have sacrificed 6 thousand lives in the war against terrorism. Pakistan Army consists of six hundred thousand professional troops who are highly committed and motivated to root out terrorism from the Country.

Pakistan Army and Global War on Terror
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Speaker Karu Jayasuriya Too In The Ring For Presidency

Karu Jayasuriya MP and Speaker of Parliament Karu Jayasuriya has officially expressed his willingness to be a candidate in the forthcoming Sri Lanka’s Presidential election.

Speaker Karu Jayasuriya Too In The Ring For Presidency
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The Israeli operatives in Washington

Israel’s Netanyahu publicly declares his intention of annexing Palestinian land for illegal Israeli settlers. He says it loudly and he does not fear retribution. Why? Because he is confident America will not object.

The Israeli operatives in Washington
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The Problem GR & Gen Shavendra Poses to the Good Governance Camp

Gotabaya Rajapaksa coming out as the Sri Lanka Podujana Peruma Presidential candidate is bad enough for those who are doggedly in the Good Governance camp. On top of this news to have Lieutenant General Shavendra Silva promoted as the new Commander of the Sri Lanka Army has certainly twisted has certainly twisted this camp’s knickers into double knots. this camp’s knickers into double knots.

 Gen. Shavendra & GR
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The cat and mouse game of chasing Islamic terrorists online

When the Islamist Terrorist attacks took place on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka by NTJ members the President called on his security services. The call went out on international TV. The country’s security service both domestic and foreign sprung into action. Even retired members of the old disbanded N.I.B.S. which is now called the S.I.S. came to work. Sri Lankan intelligence services serve the ruling party in power, but also serves the past presidents’ political party, but not allowed to be political as it affects the truthfulness of intelligence reports.

The cat and mouse game of chasing Islamic terrorists online
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Tracing Terror online -Part I

When the Terrorist attacks happened on Easter Sunday by radical Islamic terrorists NTJ the President called on his security services. The call went out on international TV. The country’s security service both domestic and foreign sprang into action.

Glen Jenevy
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