Panic rips across political parties in Mauritius

A sense of panic has gripped most political formations in Mauritius after the publication of a survey on the political sentiments in the country. Only a day after the publication of the survey by Worldfuturetv.com, an online news portal, at least two political parties debated the results of the survey. While the Labour Party wrote […]

Stopping at nothing to halt Arab money

A recent spate of violence in the country, with gangs and rivals taking revenge for attacks on religious sites, is upsetting the country where all religions live together peacefully, side-by-side.   The sporadic violence could be the beginning of the end of an era in Mauritius. A sudden population shift could be the reason for […]

Transitional (in)justice in Sri Lanka?

After years of international pressure, the Sri Lankan government is finally setting up a transitional justice framework on justice, peace and accountability. The newly established transitional justice apparatus by the new Sri Lankan government is gaining momentum in the post-war context on addressing the human rights violations that took place during the 26-year long civil war. The mechanism […]

Tamil Nadu in state of power vacuum

With J Jayalalithaa’s passing away, there is no immediate successor to replace the former leader. The passing away of Indian politician and Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa is set to turn politics fluid in the state. The governing political party, All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), is struggling to find a successor for the chief ministerial […]