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Sikh Rights Group Seeks Info On Obama’s To Invite PM Modi

Sikh Rights Group Seeks Info On Obama’s To Invite PM Modi Washington: A US-based Sikh rights group has filed a request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) seeking documents relating to the Obama administration’s decision to invite Prime Minister Narendra… Continue Reading →

The Specter of Authoritarianism and the Future of the Left

By Henry A. Giroux and C. J. Polychroniou Source: Counterpunch  May 31, 2014 1. It is widely believed that the advanced liberal societies are suffering a crisis of democracy, a view you share wholeheartedly, although the empirical research, with its positivists bias, tends… Continue Reading →

US Court To Hear Sikh Massacre Case Against Congress

US Court To Hear Sikh Massacre Case Against Congress On March 19, Jurisdiction Major Issue JALANDHAR: A US Court is scheduled to hear human rights violation case against Congress (I) on March 19 pertaining to massacre of Sikhs in Delhi… Continue Reading →

US denies going soft on Narendra Modi #NaMo # NOMOre

By Arun Kumar | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News    Washington, Feb 28 (IANS) Denying it had gone soft on Bharatiya Janata Party‘s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi over his alleged role in 2002 Gujarat riots, the US says it continues to… Continue Reading →

US state draws criticism for execution that took 24 minutes #deathpenalty

DPA AP Federal public defender Allen Bohnert talks about the execution of his client, death row inmate Dennis McGuire, by a never-tried lethal drug process, on Jan. 16, 2014 at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville, Ohio. AP This undated file… Continue Reading →

A trend in U.S. Maternity Care #womenrights #maternalmortality

Two Events on  Suggest a Trend By Rita Henley Jensen WeNews editor in chief Thursday, December 5, 2013 In a one-week period last month two major developments–both tied to Women’s eNews‘ coverage–could signal a rousing from complacency. One was a… Continue Reading →

The deep roots beneath 1,000,000 dead Iraqis

Iraq continues to suffer the legacy of two decades of US military intervention and meddling, with little end in sight. Last Modified: 21 Oct 2013 Al Jazeera > Mark LeVine Mark LeVine is professor of Middle Eastern history at UC Irvine,… Continue Reading →

U.S – Four Most Awful Arguments for Attacking Syria Made So Far

There’s no shortage of commentators itching for a U.S. attack on Syria. The Syria flag painted on cracked ground with vignette. Photo Credit: Aleksey Klints/Shutterstock.com August 27, 2013  | There’s no stopping the U.S. now: the gears of war are grinding… Continue Reading →

Cuba – Guantánamo Bay, Another Injustice

Joe Raedle/Getty Images A restraint chair used to force-feed detainees at the military hospital at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. By JOHN GRISHAM Published 10th aug, NY Times ABOUT two months ago I learned that some of my books had been banned at… Continue Reading →

US Wars, Dehumanization, and Me

 Common Dreams by Brandon Toy “I was experiencing an epiphany,” writes Toy, “a complete spiritual awakening that became almost unbearable at times. I was overwhelmed by a new connection to humanity. A part of me that had been dead, or never… Continue Reading →

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