Fighting sexual harassment head-on

Sometimes a comment from a perfect stranger can have a profound effect on a person’s life. When I was about 13 years old one such comment was made over the phone to my parents. The caller was anonymous and told my father that if I continued to wear ‘western’ clothes in public I would be [...]

What the American public shouldn’t know

Many people around the world might have credulously or perhaps naively fallen in the trap of believing the tempting claims of the U.S. statesmen and politicians who say that their country is a “beacon of freedom” and a “pioneer of democracy.” It’s a bitter reality that many of us have been defeated and overwhelmed by [...]

Also in Morocco the demonstrations are not over yet (VIDEOS)

Casablanca Less well covered than events elsewhere also protests and demands for more freedom continue in Morocco as well. Below videos of demonstations in Casablanca, Rabat and Tanger on Sunday 5 June. Meanwhile Amnesty International has called for an independent investigation into the death of a Moroccan protester, Kamal Ammari who has died after being [...]

Internet privacy in Nepal being compromised

Nepal Telecommunication Authority (NTA) the regulatory body of Nepal Government has started to monitor the web details of their high end clients who have an internet capacity of 1mbps or more. The decision came in action after the NTA decided to turn out on high increase of cyber crimes and fraud cases. With the rise [...]

Libyan rebels try to fight off attack on Ajdabiya by Gaddafi’s forces

LIBYA Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi kept up an offensive on the rebels’ eastern frontline outpost of Ajdabiyah, while the West again ruled out sending ground troops to help the rebel cause. Some rebels on Saturday made it into the outskirts of Brega, 50 miles to the west, but many others retreated to [...]

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