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  • Al Jazeera Correspondent - Barnaby Phillips
    on Dec 9, 2011 in International Reporting
    This piece is a biographical sketch of Barnaby Phillips, Al Jazeera’s Europe correspondent, who has been covering news from different parts of the world for 20 years. He shares his thoughts, learning, and insightful experiences as a foreign corresp...
  • Why Palestine deserves Statehood
    on Nov 17, 2011 in International Reporting
    US Palestine Peace: patterns, problems, possibilities The piece would help readers understand Palestine’s point of view as they approach the UN Security Council for the right to statehood The UN Security Council’s admissions committee approved a...
  • A Journalist’s guide to Egypt
    on Oct 20, 2011
    This is aimed at provided a quick but intensive briefing for a journalist making a visit to Egypt.With one of the richest cultures and oldest civilizations in the world, Egypt has been the heart of the Arab world and the epicenter of Islamic learn...
  • A Journalist’s Guide to Egypt
    on Oct 20, 2011
    This is aimed at providing a quick but intensive briefing for a journalist making a visit to Egypt.With one of the richest cultures and oldest civilizations in the world, Egypt has been the heart of the Arab world and the epicenter of Islamic lear...
  • Discovering Ireland
    on Sep 24, 2011
    ‘Go mbeannaí Dia duit’ (meaning May god bless you) said Dierdre McCarthy, 49, as she taught Gaelic to a bunch of people from diverse origins in an Irish language session in the Guinness Syracuse Irish festival at Clinton Square on Saturday. Her...
  • Distances are important
    on May 10, 2011
    I still remember the days when I used to spend weekend afternoons peacefully snoring on my bed next to my parents' room. I also remember how my mom used to wake me up with a cup of steaming coffee and her freshly baked plate of cookies, just the...
  • It's a GaY-Les thing
    on Dec 5, 2010 in Social issues Just like that
    After a series of discussions, coverage, campaigns, movies, and Section 377, the topic of homosexuality is being perceived positively by the seemingly new-age thinkers and revolutionists, and a mere “pass-it-off” by the more traditional lots. But...
  • Beautiful people
    on Dec 1, 2010 in People
    You learn and grow each day. Travel to new places. Meet new people. Some get erased with the tide of time…among other faceless people. And some leave indelible imprints on your mind. They may not be part of your family or immediate friend circle…...
  • Beautiful people - I
    on Dec 1, 2010 in People
    You learn and grow each day. Travel to new places. Meet new people. Some get erased with the tide of time…among other faceless people. And some leave indelible imprints on your mind. They may not be part of your family or immediate friend circle…...
  • Tete-a-tete with Sonali Bendre
    on Aug 18, 2010 in Just like that Humour
    I remember four years back (college, 2nd year), when I took the first interview. It was with "Mr." Dimple Kapadia! (That's what I would like to call Vishal Karwal of MTV Roadies/Splitzvilla). I remember how star-struck I had become - since...
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