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    Will education be quarantined?

    by Ipshita Bonhi Upoma | Updated at 12:00am on July 05, 2020

    THE earth stands still. Time appears to have paused. The bustling streets of yesterday are empty today. Schools and universities which were once filled with...

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    How they emerged from their cocoons

    by Saeed Naqvi | Updated at 12:02am on July 05, 2020

    A CLUE to the future of Sino-Indian relations lies in the different ways the two ancient civilisations came out of their respective cocoons into the...

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    It’s not just meat: all farm and food workers are in peril

    by Stan Cox | Updated at 12:07am on July 05, 2020

    COVID-19 outbreaks are now reaching far beyond the meatpacking industry. Migrant farmworkers in fruit orchards and vegetable fields, long the targets of intense exploitation, are...

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    60th anniv of Japan-US security pact

    by Vladimir Terehov | Updated at 12:08am on July 05, 2020

    THIS year celebrates an important anniversary for Japan-United States relations, giving us an opportunity to focus on their transformation with time. The author is referring...

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    Worrying fallout of a focus on city-centric development

    | Updated at 12:21am on July 04, 2020

    THE COVID-19 outbreak that has exposed the vulnerability of national health care, stalled national education, slowed down the economy, left people jobless and strained society...

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    Increase in death with COVID-19 symptoms worrying

    | Updated at 12:23am on July 04, 2020

    AN INCREASE in the number of death with COVID-19-like symptoms, as New Age reported on Friday, points again to the issue of treatment refusal, inadequate...

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    Tearing down the idols of colonialism

    by Ramzy Baroud | Updated at 12:27am on July 04, 2020

    Ramzy Baroud writes on why Tunisia must demand a French apology THE visit by newly-elected Tunisian president Kais Saied to France on June 22 was...

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    Reverse migration issues

    by Shantanu Kumar Saha | Updated at 12:30am on July 04, 2020

    Reverse migration is something new that needs to be tackled effectively because this is not just an issue of economic constraint; it is likely to...