COMMENTARY

Dairy Farming Is Cruel to Cows

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India has the most cattle in the world. They are not worshiped in temples, nor do they amble through the countryside eating as they go. In India, there are no happy cows or buffaloes. Since...

Management Strategies for Diabetes With Right Nutrition

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When we eat foods that contain carbohydrates like whole grains, pasta, white bread, fruits, legumes, and vegetables like potatoes they are converted into simple sugar i.e. glucose in the body and released in the...

How India Is Going Beyond Safety Nets to Economic Empowerment

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The evolution of welfare states from the Bismarckian model to contemporary iterations represents a broadening of perspectives on the state's role in social welfare and economic dynamism. Initially, the Bismarckian welfare state was a...

MT View on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Israel Must Proceed Cautiously

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Since Hamas invaded Israel on October 7, more than 4,000 people have died in the conflict. More than a million people have been told to leave northern Gaza, probably in preparation for an impending ground...

Why Do Doctors Commit Suicide?

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All around the world teachers and doctors attract enormous respect from the general public, who understand that these are not just difficult jobs to do well, but they remain extremely valuable occupations to any...

The Psychology of Inevitable Earthquakes

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The BBC News website is now reporting that the death toll from the Turkey-Syria earthquake, at the time of writing, has passed 33,000, exceeding the more than 17,000 killed when a similar quake hit...

Why Developing Countries Are Investing in Space Programs

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Regrettably, a segment of the British media believes that developing countries should focus all of their resources and efforts on poverty alleviation rather than space exploration. In essence, such a stance could be seen...

Regulating Artificial Intelligence

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Unregulated AI poses a significant threat to individual privacy, autonomy, and societal harmony, eerily reminiscent of the Orwellian dystopia depicted in the classic novel, 1984. In this chilling tale, George Orwell writes, "Big Brother...

What the FIFA World Cup can teach us about how to win in life?

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Soccer is the most popular sport on the planet (outside of the United States), and the FIFA World Cup is thus possibly the largest mega-event in sports, possibly even surpassing the Olympics in terms...

Manipur: Where Women Are Socialised in Patriarchy

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Patriarchy has been a dominant part of all cultures and India’s North East is no different. Patriarchy manifests itself even in the behavior, thinking, worldview, and responses of women to different situations. Before people...






Editor's Choice

Beyond the Age of Hegemony

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In the 16th century, Spain became the first global empire. By the 19th century, Britain became a global hegemon. After World War II, the US took over as the new global hegemon. Now...

How India Is Going Beyond Safety Nets to Economic Empowerment

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The evolution of welfare states from the Bismarckian model to contemporary iterations represents a broadening of perspectives on the state's role in social welfare...

What the FIFA World Cup can teach us about how to...

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Soccer is the most popular sport on the planet (outside of the United States), and the FIFA World Cup is thus possibly the largest...

Us Should Support Peace Talks Between Russia and Ukraine to End...

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Jeffrey D. Sachs is a world-renowned economics professor, bestselling author, innovative educator, and global leader in sustainable development. He is a University Professor at...