Thought for the weekend: How Trump's fireworks can burn world's interest

15 July 2018, 02:41 PM
Thought for the weekend: How Trump's fireworks can burn world's interest
Thought for the weekend: How Trump's fireworks can burn world's interest

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So keeping all the wonderful benefits of reading in mind, we have curated some of the highly-rated and thought-provoking opinion pieces from News Nation for your Sunday read:

Only extraordinary luck can resurrect Nawaz Sharif

There is no disputing the fact that former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam have shown great courage in landing in Lahore even though they were certain of being jailed. That they were arrested when they landed in Dubai en route to Lahore and were whisked away to jail in a chartered plane from Lahore airport shows the……..Read Full Article Here

Trump's fireworks in Europe may burn US interest in world

US President Donald Trump is incredible. Not for him the niceties of how to deal with fellow world leaders. After the way Trump behaved with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G7 Summit calling him “meek and mild” and accusing him of “dishonesty” on trade issues, and his subsequent walkout of the signing ceremony for a communiqué has come his broadside against German Chancellor Angelo Merkel at the NATO Summit in……..Read Full Article Here

Politicking in full gear, political manoeuvring in full flow in Bihar

The Janata Dal (United) alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party in Bihar faces an acid test as the dates for the Lok Sabha and subsequent Assembly elections near. Seat sharing would indeed be a major challenge in a state where politics is an obsession. There is indeed much at stake with NDA’s total tally likely to shrink from its 2014……..Read Full Article Here

Building worthwhile places of learning

Catering to the aspirations of its huge population, India’s education system consisting of primary, secondary and tertiary level has undergone exponential growth. The All India Survey on Higher Education indicates a rise in gross enrolment ratio (GER) to 25.2 per cent in 2016-17. The target achievement is fixed at 30 per cent GER by 2020. This would mean around……..Read Full Article Here

Pakistan falling into Chinese debt trap

Slowly but surely, realisation seems to be dawning on Pakistan that it will fall into a Chinese debt trap if it allows China to invest heavily on infrastructure projects in that country on highly extortionist terms. A few months ago, Islamabad withdrew its request to include the $14-billion Diamer-Bhasha Dam in the China-Pakistan Economic……..Read Full Article Here

First Published: Sunday, July 15, 2018 02:01 PM
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