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Poverty is epistemic—it is a deprivation of capability.
An Estonian engineer on the inter-island cargo vessel Cabo Star has been "removed" from the ship and sent home after complaining about safety issues on the vessel.
April Ravello, the pregnant woman who was rescued along with her husband and two children by Caparo villagers on Thursday, says she has “so much to be thankful for.” Saying she feared she would...
ST JOHN’S, Antigua—Player-of-the-Match Hayley Matthews and fast bowler Shakera Selman turned in handy performances, as West Indies Women trounced Sri Lanka Women by 71 runs in the opening Twenty20...
As the protests against some of the measures announced in the 2017-2018 Budget reached to the doorstep of the Minister of Finance on the Divali holiday last week, one could not help but wonder...
Why do governments never speak about their responsibilities and duties to the people?
Not every venture that a government establishes or acquires turns out to be as successful as initially envisioned.
The investment world is not a neat and well-ordered place where the future can be predicted with certainty and specific actions always produce specific results.
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