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    Manipulation of images or trust?

    by Homayra Adiba | Updated at 12:05am on July 25, 2017

    IT WAS early 2016. I have just graduated from Pathshala South Asian Media Institute when news of photograph manipulation shook the global photographers’ community and...

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    Quantitative easing, the largest transfer of wealth in history

    by Dan Glazebrook | Updated at 12:05am on July 25, 2017

    IT APPEARS that the massive, almost decade-long transfer of wealth to the rich known as ‘quantitative easing’ is coming to an end...

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    Trump’s messy half year tenure

    by Habib Siddiqui | Updated at 12:05am on July 25, 2017

    ON FRIDAY, Sean Spicer, president Trump’s spin master, a.k.a. the White House press secretary, resigned after telling president Trump that he vehemently disagreed with his...

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    Extremely nasty climate wake-up

    | Updated at 12:05am on July 25, 2017

    NOW that the Great Acceleration dictates the biosphere with ever more intensity, sudden changes in the ecosystem are causing climate scientists to stop and ponder...

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    The march of folly

    by AG Noorani | Updated at 12:05am on July 25, 2017

    TWO thousand and seventeen is the year of anniversaries in Kashmir. July 8 marked one year since the killing of Burhan Wani; July 13 marked...

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    Missing Person

    | Updated at 12:05am on July 24, 2017

    WITH an oddity the English Missing Person, translated from Modiano’s French novella Rue des boutiques obscures indicating the existence of a real street of Italy—...

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    The symphony of our times

    | Updated at 12:05am on July 24, 2017

    IN OUR Baliadanga split camp, life was typical of rural areas, quiet and tranquil. The mighty waves of anti-regime political tumults did not yet spill...

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    Unending failure of Afghan war

    by Alon Ben-Meir | Updated at 12:05am on July 24, 2017

    SIXTEEN years have passed and we are still fighting a war in Afghanistan which is not only the longest in American history (at a cost...

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    Gain in translation

    | Updated at 12:05am on July 23, 2017

    AMONG the things that make humans a distinct species, the ability to use language made of verbal icons ranks very high...

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    Should journalists protect national interest or publish and be damned?

    by Saeed Naqvi | Updated at 12:05am on July 23, 2017

    PAKISTAN prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s fate hangs in the balance on unexplained finances, most specifically for apartments he acquired on London’s most expensive stretch, Park...

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