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If on a science fiction’s night a traveller

By Gouthama Siddarthan   When my book, ‘I travagli politici del viaggio nel tempo’ – (Translation by Davite Mana), was published in Italian, it was Domenico Attianese, who for the first time introduced it. It was thanks to his introduction that my book hogged a widespread attention. Also, Vincenzo Barone …

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Can a Horror Be an Evilma?

By Gouthama Siddarthan* —     Speculative fiction has, of late, been catching up in the world of writing which is highly enamoured of it.  But there is a great danger of this fascination falling into the groove of popular legal thriller. The danger bristles with the risky possibility of …

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Flexing your Intellectual Muscles: Indo-Pacific Conflict Scenarios, in Fact and Fiction!

By Emad El-Din Aysha, PhD*   Attended a very interesting lecture the other day with a deceptively simple title: “The Dynamics of the Indo-Pacific Region: The Challenges and Opportunities for Japan”, by Professor Satoru Mori from the Hosei University in Tokyo, Japan. (Faculty of Law, Department of Global Politics; little …

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Head of Dawoodi Bohras arrives in Dubai

The head of the worldwide Dawoodi Bohra community arrived in Dubai on Tuesday from Colombo, Sri Lanka. Dr Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, who carries the title of Sultan ul-Bohra, 53rd Dai el-Fatimi, was received by dignitaries and a high delegation of the community. He then visited Al Masjid Al Burhani Complex …

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