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This Asian nation might revive faith in democracy

This Asian nation might revive faith in democracy

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Updates from : the Print : Malaysia shows that demagoguery doesn’t have to be the inevitable consequence of elite misrule. Political revolts around the world have targeted what are widely seen as corrupt and unaccountable political and business elites — elites that pursue their own interests globally at the expense of ordinary citizens and regulatory regimes in nation-states. The result has often been the elevation of demagogues stoking xenophobic passions against not only elites, but minorities and immigrants. Yet one case — Malaysia — shows that demagoguery doesn’t have to be the inevitable consequence of elite misrule. The scandal at 1Malaysia Development Bhd., the state investment fund more commonly known as 1MDB, has offered up a classic cast of apparent villains, from fo
The show must go on

The show must go on

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Updates from : The Hindu : The August floods were a setback for the theatre scene in Kerala but things are looking up On August 14, senior theatre director Sasidharan Naduvil was busy with the rehearsals of his latest production, ‘Pithalasalabham,’ at the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi premises in Thrissur as incessant rain kept pouring in. By evening, Naduvil realised that it was impossible to continue the rehearsals as reports of swelling water levels started to arrive. The team stopped and dispersed. They could return to Thrissur only after a month. The devastating August floods did not spare the stages of Kerala. Many directors, like Naduvil, were forced to stop their rehearsals and postpone the productions. Booked shows were cancelled. New enquiries stopped coming in. Now, t
Kulbhushan Jhadav case: Pakistan designates ad hoc judge at ICJ

Kulbhushan Jhadav case: Pakistan designates ad hoc judge at ICJ

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Updates from :  The Hindu A Foreign Office statement said the appointment of Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani had been communicated to the ICJ. Pakistan on Wednesday designated a former Chief Justice to the International Court of Justice to be its Judge in the Kulbhushan Jadhav Case. A Foreign Office statement said the appointment of Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani had been communicated to the ICJ. His appointment was made after military, civil and legal officers over the weekend discussed the course of action. Pakistan has been refusing consular access to India despite repeated requests. Indian Naval official Kulbhushan Jhadav was arrested by Pakistani authorities from Balochistan province last year. After a military trial, he had been sentenced to death. His appeal is pen
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