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The 'Indian' Challenge For Foreign Food Brands

February 7, 2014 14:26

Not long ago, UK based pizzeria Metro Pizza landed in Mumbai with its trademark meter-long pizza. The menu retains similarities to that of its principal counterparts, yet some items have been added on to suit the Indian palate and product mix.

Assad Turns the Tide

February 7, 2014 14:16

After months and months of supporting, arming, financing and coordinating terrorist groups in Syria, Turkey is now in a bind. There are several factors that are playing now. First, there has been an overall erosion of support for Turkey among the Arab world, including among those who wanted to see Assad go.

Into An Irreversible Abyss?

January 31, 2014 12:29

Back in July 2011, after a long civil war, South Sudan split from Sudan to become an independent country. However, even though statehood was achieved and a new country was born, the efforts to transform South Sudan into a proper nation-state seem to have come to a standstill.

Polio's War on Pakistan

January 24, 2014 12:31

The Pakistan Medical Association believes that there is great scope of "Medical tourism" between Saarc countries

The Last of The Mohicans

January 17, 2014 12:25

It was well past the afternoon that a diplomat at from the Pakistan High Commission in Delhi called to break the news

Erdogan's Ottoman Abyss

January 10, 2014 14:21

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is not totally wrong in claiming that certain countries are involved in magnifying the graft scandal case that has rocked his country in the past few days. He also noted that it is directly related.....

Khodorkovsky: Myths, Hagiography and the Pardon

December 27, 2013 11:24

President Vladimir Putin's decision to pardon

Bangladesh's Own Nero

December 20, 2013 11:08

If there is a classic example of how an elected government can work towards destabilizing its own country, it has to be Sheikh Hasina's Bangladesh

Test Of Fire

December 13, 2013 12:34

The positive election result came as a relief. It is a hopeful result that gives a well deserved finger to the bitter, whinging opposition, and their private media buddies

Nepal: Trouble is not over

November 29, 2013 13:38

The results of elections in Nepal have further complicated the already bad situation. While no party is expected to get absolute majority

Turkey's About Turn Moment

November 22, 2013 15:15

Since the beginning of the ongoing crisis in Syria, the position taken by the Turkish government on the situation in its southern neighbor has been quite different from the relations that Ankara maintained

What's Cooking?

November 9, 2013 15:00

Catherine Ashton, the European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, is in the midst of a diplomatic flurry these days.

The Problematic Peninsula

November 1, 2013 16:36

When General Sisi was planning to topple the discredited Mohammad Morsi led government in Egypt, he made every possible calculation that would make the post-modern coup seamless and acceptable in the eyes of the world.

Honey, I shrunk the Gop

October 25, 2013 14:24

The US shutdown finally got over after a little over two weeks and from political pundits to economic analysts; everyone took a sigh of ...

Make or Break Moment

October 18, 2013 12:26

The nuclear program of Iran has turned into a national and multi-partisan issue, just in the same way that the religious prohibition on the manufacture and stockpile of nuclear weapons


Issue Dated: Feb 5, 2017