Monthly Archives: December 2011

US-China tensions loom over Taiwan’s presidential election

By John Chan The lead-up to Taiwan’s presidential elections on January 14 is dominated by sharp differences within the country’s ruling elite over relations with China. The first television debate took place in early December between the three candidates: incumbent … Continue reading

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Uncertain Future Stares At Yemen

Uncertain future stares at Yemen and the danger of the country sliding into a total civil war remains high even after the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) agreement to make President Ali Abdullah Saleh to leave the scene by handing over … Continue reading

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Washington continues campaign for Syrian regime-change

By Niall Green The Syrian government’s crackdown on opposition, as well as attacks by anti-regime forces, continued across the Middle Eastern country last week. Meanwhile, Washington and the European powers stepped up their campaign to oust the Baath Party government … Continue reading

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Crown for Sai Baba

Sai devotee  from Pune Mr.Nitin Patil has donated 545 gm. Weighted Goldan Crown  worth Rs.14,73,707 to Shri Saibaba in Shirdi. Sai devotee Suresh Vadhava from Mumbai has donated Chandan wood palanquin worth Rs.19 lakh 50 thousand to Shri Saibaba in … Continue reading

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