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Here’s how Trump has done greater damage to Kashmir issue

For the four days he was at the less-than-glamorous New Delhi hotel, their soft-spoken, greying guest never once ventured past the lobby to walk the streets of the city he’d once lived. Every single day, he had the same visitor, an elderly gentleman who arrived and left alone. The two men — Niaz Naik, once Pakistan’s high commissioner to New Delhi, …

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Human Rights Violations in China-Strengthening calls for accountability at UNHRC

UNHRC, Palais des Nations, Geneva Panellists: John Fisher, Human Rights Watch, Geneva Director Sarah M Brooks, International Service for Human Rights, Asia advocate Arthur Moses SC, Law Council of Australia, President (video intervention)  Moderator: Claire Denman, CSW, Geneva representative. This side event addressed those key issues, which all together contribute to illustrate bigger structural problems in China.  It reiterated the …

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Countering Al-Zawahiri’s misguiding message on Nationhood vs. Caliphate in Kashmir

WordForPeace.com Edit Desk In his latest video titled “Don’t forget Kashmir”, Al Qaeda leader, Ayman Al-Zawahiri says that the ‘mujahideen’ must “liberate the Kashmiri jihad from the clutches of Pakistan’s intelligence agencies,” such that the jihad is “for the sake of Allah”  as opposed to a struggle “for the sake of international criminals.” Zawahiri further says: “the Mujahideen in Kashmir- …

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Man-woman relationship: Emotions associated with the union-“The She & He Art Show”

By TARUSHI ASWANI The man-woman relationship forms the crux of Astha Mittal’s “The She & He Art Show” currently on display at Arpana Fine Art Gallery. On canvases of different shapes and sizes are portrayed emotions associated with this union. Astha, prefers painting on round canvases with the belief that all emotions run in a “vicious circle”. The artist tenderly evokes these …

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41st session of the Human Rights Council: Direct Coverage from UNHRC

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

UN Human Rights Commissioner cited ISIS families, Sri Lankan terror attacks, incitement of violence on the basis of religion, digital threats; criminalisation of compassion, Idlib, HongKong, Mexico, Myanmar, Sudan and Philippines in particular , in global update to the UN Human Rights Council. Full speech at WordForPeace.com     Opening statement by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet 24 …

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The secret to ending a war? More women in peace negotiations

When women take a seat at the table, peace lasts 20% longer, according to UN data.

By Chizitera Njoku We’re all aware of the gender imbalance in boardrooms, Hollywood studios and politics. But what about global peace talks? Only 4% of signatories to peace agreements between 1992 and 2011 were women, and only 9% of negotiators. And yet, studies have shown that female participation is the secret to ensuring lasting peace. Ending a war is a complex and risky process, …

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India’s first Online LIVE Interactive Learning Platform: Vedantu’s WAVE

 India, June 19, 2019: Platform based on AI and ML technology that sets a new industry standard with a patent on ‘System for Measuring Effectiveness of an Interactive Online Learning System’….. WordForPeace.com Special Correspondent Vedantu, a pioneer in LIVE interactive online tutoring is helping India take new strides through the launch of an exciting new initiative in the e-learning space …

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Hazrat Ghaus Gwaliyari: Proponent of Shattari Sufism in India in the 16th century

By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi Gwalior’s Sufi mystic, musician and an epoch-making philosopher Muhammad Ghaus Gwaliyari left behind an indelible legacy of syncretic Indian culture in his literature. His spiritual insights guided the lives and thoughts of Indian Muslims over a thousand years and are glaring evidence of how Sufi mystics engaged with India’s cultural practices, not only with their participation …

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