India’s high growth is a good position for the G20, but urban pollution must be controlled

The timing is perfect for India to take over the G20 presidency. When the chips are down for the US, Europe and even China on the GDP growth front, India is a shining star with likely GDP growth of 6.8% in 2022 and an expected 6.1% in 2023. according to the IMF forecast. It is … Read more

Divyakirti and Hindutvawadis blinded | Deccan Herald

Vikas Divyakirti, the founding teacher or head coach of Drishti, one of Delhi’s most famous clerical service training institutes, is the latest target of Hindutva’s wrath. He has been a celebrity for generations of aspiring clerical service jobs in Delhi. He is known and respected by hundreds of administrative and police officers across India. But … Read more

The importance of Arif Mohammad Khan

Arif Mohammad Khan, Governor of Kerala, does not miss the opportunity to refer to his progressive position in the Shah Bano case to vindicate high morality in the face of critics. He did this in his recent meeting with Jamat-e-Islami’s MediaOne TV channel. While he is fine with the BJP attacking Muslim practices from a … Read more

Opinion: Anti-LGBTQ backlash could have deadly consequences

Publisher’s note: allison hope is a writer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Slate, and elsewhere. The opinions expressed here are those of the author. read more opinion on CNN. CNN — It is every parent’s worst nightmare to see their child’s safety or well-being threatened. That’s what … Read more

Letters to the editor: Vote for Emerson Levy; Brian Lepore for state representative; Vote for the Bend school bond; Alternative Approach to Cougars | Opinion

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Opinion: Effort to ban books marginalizes members of minority communities

The national wave of efforts to censor literature has reached the shores of the Tri-Town area through the recent actions of a small minority to ban certain publications from our ORR middle and high school library. This shouldn’t surprise any of us given the shenanigans of this small but very loud national minority over the … Read more

Opinion: A dog contracted monkeypox from one of its owners, highlighting the risk of the virus infecting pets and wildlife

A dog in paris has contracted monkeypox from one of his ownersboth infected with the virus, according to a scientific article published on August 10, 2022. This is the first case of a dog contracting the monkeypox virus through direct contact with skin lesions in a human. I’m a veterinarian pathologist and virologist who has … Read more

Opinion | Bell Hooks Taught Us Black Women How To Resist And How To Rest

comment this story Comment Hannah Drake is a writer and activist. One day before bell hooks died This week, I was leaving the grocery store when a man stopped me so he could read my shirt. I stood with the bags in hand as he read aloud, “Aren’t you tired, Black Girl?” It’s a line … Read more

Domestic Violence Threatens Student Safety | Opinions

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner according to the United Nations (UN). This issue is very much on campus and the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) reports that 43% of … Read more

Opinion | The rise of the right university

The notion that American institutions of higher education are predominantly leftist and strive to instill liberalism or socialism in their students is conventional wisdom that has gone virtually unexamined since the student movement in the 1960s. “Anyone who has spent any time in a university understands that most higher education institutions are functionally right-wing, something … Read more

Opinion | Writers on the Range: Wild Horses Must Stop Dominating the Field

They are icons of America’s past, symbols of our pioneering spirit. Eyes flashing, nostrils flaring, tails obscured by a cloud of dust, they streak across the landscape. I am referring, of course, to wild pigs. More on wild pigs directly. But first some background on another wild ungulate. Few problems in the West are more … Read more

Opinion: A dog contracted monkeypox from one of its owners, highlighting the risk of the virus infecting pets and wildlife

A dog in paris has contracted monkeypox from one of his ownersboth infected with the virus, according to a scientific article published on August 10, 2022. This is the first case of a dog contracting the monkeypox virus through direct contact with skin lesions in a human. I’m a veterinarian pathologist and virologist who has … Read more

Opinion | Ron Johnson is proving to be a great activist, for the Democrats

Republican Senator Ron Johnson is building a national reputation as the most electorally useful Senate candidate. for the democrats. The Democrats’ strategy in Wisconsin, Johnson’s swing state, is simple: They side with the voters; Johnson is not. Democratic state officials told me their challenge is to make sure voters know all about Johnson’s views. Johnson, … Read more

Remember the ladies | Opinion

Remember ladies!” Abigail Adams wrote that famous warning to her husband, John, in 1776, while helping to write the Declaration of Independence. It took another 144 years for women to gain the right to vote. and today, 102 years after suffrage became law, women hold the key to American elections. For Democrats to have a … Read more