D.Raghunandan, June 10, 2013
To anyone visiting China for the first time, the experience comes as a shock, despite all that one has read, heard or even seen on TV.
Sharmine Narwan, April 30, 2013
Let us be clear. The United States can verify absolutely nothing about the use of chemical weapons (CWs) in Syria. Any suggestion to the contrary is entirely false.
Arun P. Elhance, February 15,2013
After threatening for quite some time to do so, North Korea carried out a third underground test of a nuclear device on its own territory just a few days back.
Newsclick, January 28, 2013
India not only has hideous poverty and repression but also an unsustainable growth model, which offers little hope to the mass of the population.
Noam Chomsky, exclusive interview with Newsclick’s Vijay Prashad.
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, November 8, 2012
We have already written about the forthcoming International Telecommunications Union's (ITU) conference – World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) – that is being held after 14 years in Dubai.
Michael Moore, Courtesy: michaelmoore.com, November 6, 2012
Tomorrow, the bankers and corporate chiefs are planning an historic victory party. With the election of Mitt Romney, their takeover of American democracy would be complete.
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, October 26, 2012
There are two forthcoming international events that have created a huge debate on who will control the Internet in the future.
Camille Otrakji, Courtesy: The Syria Page, September 10, 2012
Late August 2012 an international conference was held in Berlin. The objective was to launch and promote an elaborate American project for Syria. “
Newsclick Production, August 18, 2012
D. Raghunandan an aerospace expert and with Newsclick discusses NASA's landing of the Mars Rover-Curiosity and its exploration of the Martian surface. He also discusses India's Mars mission planned for 2013 and points out its limitations due to using the PSLV instead of the GSLV
Prabir Purkayastha, Newsclick, July 21, 2012
Syria continues to be in the public eye with a bomb blast that killed three senior public functionaries (now four) and the west-backed UK resolution vetoed by Russia and China. The one-sided UK resolution called for the withdrawal of Syrian Government forces from population centres but said nothing about armed opposition groups. It was also under Chapter 7 of the UN Charter that allows sanctions and if necessary, military action by the UN and its member states.