Palki Sharma

Palki Sharma

Journalist

Palki Sharma is Executive Editor, WION

Opinions/Stories

Stay home, stay safe -- for a few more months

Because you can party, only when you're alive...

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Due to lack of trust we decided not to inform Pak about Osama bin Laden's location: Leon Panetta, ex-CIA director to WION

We advised countries of the fact that we would bury Osama bin Laden in the Indian Ocean and India as always was very supportive, Leon Panetta said in an exclusive interview with WION.

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US election 2020: Biden is 'unfit' to become the next president, says former White House stenographer Mike McCormick to WION

In an exclusive interview with WION, former White House stenographer Mike McCormick spoke on a variety of things including topics such as nepotism and the release of tell-all books before the…

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Cause and effect of the Ethno-religious conflict in Europe

Germany alone is home to 4.76 million Muslims. France has 4.71 million Muslims and Britain has 2.96 million Muslims. 

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Protests erupt as China moves to end Mongolian-medium teaching in schools

And for Mongolian families, this policy is a step too far. They consider their language as one of the last surviving markers of their Mongolian identity.

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One out of two hand sanitizers contain harmful chemicals that can be fatal to humans: Study

That means one out of two hand sanitizer in the market is not what it claims to be and, worse it is unable to kill the coronavirus.

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France on alert as Charlie Hebdo reprints prophet Mohammad's caricature

On January 8, 2015, terrorists wearing masks and bulletproof vests entered the office of Charlie Hebdo.

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China's silence on the disappearance of Australian journalist Cheng Lei speaks volumes

Australian media says Cheng has been detained by Chinese authorities

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European publications that have stirred controversy over the depiction of the prophet

Secularism is a very important part of French culture. The constitution requires the government to remain neutral towards religion.

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Czech mayor refers to Chinese leaders as 'unmannered rude clowns' after Wang Yi's threat

The speaker of the Czech senate  Milos Vystrcil is on a 5-day visit to Taiwan

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's favourite weapon - corruption charges!

Prince Fahd Bin Turki Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the commander of Saudi-led coalition forces in Yemen and his son, Prince Abdulaziz Bin Fahd, the deputy governor of the Al-Jauf region have been…

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Xi Jinping's three-step plan to sinicize Tibet

 Xi Jinping is worried about the dissent that is brewing in Tibet.

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Norway & Sweden must lead by example on how to uphold the interest of all groups

Clashes broke out at an anti-Islam rally, organised by the group Stop Islamisation of Norway (SIAN), in capital Oslo on Saturday.

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Banks, loans, food: Xi's China faces crisis at home

Chinese banks are bleeding and oil companies are on a slippery slope and China may be running out of food.

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India’s GDP growth suffers worst-ever crash: Road ahead for the Indian economy

This is the sharpest contraction since quarterly figures started being published in 1996 and worse than what was expected by most analysts.

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