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"Even as terrorists thrive in Pakistan, we have heard it lecture about the protection of human rights in India."
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"The Security Council, can only be described as working randomly on the basis of a mix of ad-hocism, scrambling and political paralysis."
In her address at the 71st UN General Assembly (UNGA) session, she made a strong pitch for isolating nations who speak the language of terrorism
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"It attracts aspirants and apprentices from all over the world. The effect of its toxic curriculum are felt across the globe."
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"This indigenous uprising of the Kashmiris has been met, as usual, with brutal repression by India’s occupation force."
No Indian journalist was reportedly allowed to attend the press conference by Pakistan's Foreign Secretary in New York.
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An anticipated meeting between the Iranian Foreign Minister and his American counterpart – possibly the last before the advent of a new and possibly more hostile US administration in Washington...
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I was hoping I would never have to write this. That no one would have to write this, ever. UNAIDS and civil society campaigners have had a special relationship of trust and collaboration. But now that relationship seems to have chipped. Irreparably, even. Two shockingly contradictory statements have emerged after the adoption of the2016 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS by Member States of the UN at the recently concluded UN General Assembly Special Session last week.
Rather than hankering after the humiliating goal of second-class citizenship among the permanent members, India can provide leadership to the rest of the world and focus on ensuring that the veto is abolished. If accomplished, it would be an achievement whose ramifications cannot be fully imagined and India would have done the world a gargantuan favour.
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