Category: Topics


Author takes exception to ox on stage; vents ire at organisers | Mysuru News

Mysuru: It was not an auspicious start to the national seminar on migration that was organised as part of Bahuroppi-2018, with lawyer and writer Nandita Haskar, one of the chief guests at the event, taking umbrage at the organisers dragging an ox on to the stage, given the current political scenario in the country. “I […]

Sundance Film Festival shines spotlight on climate change | News

The Sundance Film Festival traditionally focuses on the most relevant political and social questions of the day. So it is not surprising that US President Donald Trump‘s presidency and his administration’s position on climate change are just some of the topics being tackled by independent filmmakers. The world’s leading showcase for independent films is underway […]

‘Our New President’ Views Trump’s Victory Through the Lens of Russian Media

Sundance 2018 Review Independent; 77 minutes Director: Maxim Pozdorovkin Written by Daniel Schindel on January 21, 2018  Viewing the timeline of the 2016 U.S. presidential election and victor Donald Trump’s first year in office through the lens of Russian news, online videos, and assorted pop culture detritus is a funhouse trip in more than […]

How China forces American companies to do its political bidding

Chinese and American flags fly outside a JW Marriott hotel in Beijing on Jan. 11. (Mark Schiefelbein/AP) As China’s economic might grows, Beijing is leveraging that power to coerce foreign companies to advance its political narrative and punish them when they step out of line. The Chinese Communist Party’s treatment this month of hotel giant […]

Montana public unions merge to form state’s largest group

Two unions representing Montana public employees decided to merge, a decision that organizers said will create the largest union in the state. Delegates for the Montana Public Employees Association and the Montana Educators Association-Montana Federal of Teachers voted Saturday in favor of the merger. The Helena Independent Record reports that the combined organization will be […]

Montana public unions merge to form state’s largest group | Montana

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Two unions representing Montana public employees decided to merge, a decision that organizers said will create the largest union in the state. Delegates for the Montana Public Employees Association and the Montana Educators Association-Montana Federal of Teachers voted Saturday in favor of the merger. The Helena Independent Record reports that the […]

Hulu’s third season of The Path tackles controversial topics

The first three episodes of The Path released on Hulu last week, and they’ve already raised a number of controversial subjects. Hulu’s original series, The Path, returned for its third season on Jan. 17. Releasing three episodes right off the bat, the show wasted no time jumping into the action. Within the first 10 minutes, Eddie Lane […]

Several native languages facing extinction: Linguist | Hubballi News

Dharwad: Curtains came down on the sixth edition of Dharwad Sahitya Sambrahma with hundreds of literature lovers being treated to various finer aspects and forms of literature, art, culture and music at Karnatak University‘s Golden Jubilee Auditorium here on Sunday. Owing to space crunch only about 400 people could participate in the interaction at the […]

Guns, Politics & Freedom Radio Show Talks with Gun Rights Writer David Codrea

New Radio Show Highlights Hot Topics in Gun Rights : This week’s show features: Renowned gun rights writer David Codrea. Guns, Politics & Freedom Radio Show USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Sunday (January 21, 2018), “Guns, Politics and Freedom” will feature award-winning AmmoLand News’ gun rights writer David Codrea of The War on Guns. Codrea will discuss […]