Thursday, 20 January, 2022

Rohini Swamy

Rohini Swamy
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Rohini Swamy is as an Associate Editor with The Print. She spent 15 years as a television journalist and last worked with the India Today group. She has graduated in English Literature from Goa University and is a product of the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai. She is passionate about work, travelling and food, in that order. She can be reached on the email id: rohini.swamy@theprint.in and you can follow her on Twitter @Rohini_Swamy

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How England’s dying industrial towns became the West’s largest jihad factory

Malik Faisal Akram had no known affiliation with jihadist groups. Ideas that led him to take hostages in a Texas synagogue seeped into his mind almost by osmosis.
A woman makes crackers at a unit in Sivakasi, the firecracker manufacturing hub in the country | Photo: ANI

Why Diwali firecracker ban is explosive combination of health, religion, politics, economics

The ban on firecrackers and the subsequent reversals by some states reveal the political undertones to the issue. But there are economic and health implications too.

Defence

Women recruits at the Corps of Military Police Centre and School in Bengaluru

5-km run, 40 sit-ups, blind weapons use — how India’s first women military police train

100 recruits are undergoing a 61-week training to become the first batch of women in India’s military police. They will be inducted April 2021. 
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Read my lips, I’m hurting, says Pakistan’s National Security Policy. What it means for India

The new policy is mostly chaff, but it reveals the most inward-looking Pakistan in 3 decades. It needs breathing space, and is realising loss of stature and friendship with US.
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