Anjali Krishnan

Anjali Krishnan

As a writer for over two decades, I have contributed content to a regional newspaper for 25 years, associated with an international advertising agency, and continue to work with lifestyle brands.

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Safe Travels On The Cards For Many Americans

Many Americans are planning to travel this summer, which is another encouraging sign that we are putting the pandemic's dark days behind us.

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Eritrea Blames The U.S. For ‘Destablisation’ In Ethiopia’s Tigray

Eritrea's foreign minister accuses Biden administration of 'stoking further conflict and 'destabilization' in Ethiopia's north.

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Uyghurs Are Being Deported From Muslim Countries, Raising Concerns About China's Growing Reach

More than a dozen accounts were collected by CNN detailing the alleged detention and deportation of Uyghurs at China's request in three major Arab countries: Egypt, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia.

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Srebrenica Massacre: UN Court Rejects Mladic Genocide Appeal

Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic has lost his appeal against a 2017 conviction for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.

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Maldives Is Building A Floating City To Fight The Impact Of Climate Change

Developed by the Maldives government and a Dutch company, the first-of-its-kind 'island city' will be based in a warm-water lagoon just 10 minutes by boat from the capital city of Male.

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Who Do You Believe On Where It Came From?

Who do Americans trust about the origins of Coronavirus? An investigation by tippinsights.

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Face Off With Facebook

We rarely think of social media sites as a tech company. The most popular one has grown to such proportions that it is a monopoly. We look at how Americans feel about this development and what is likely in store for the tech giant Facebook.

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Stemming Amazon

Tech companies, like Amazon, have grown to such proportions that they behave like monopolies, manipulating and dictating the market. We look at how Americans feel about this development and what is likely in store for the tech giants.

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Google Knows Almost Everything... About You Too!

Tech companies, like Google, have grown to such proportions that many behave like monopolies. We look at how Americans feel about this development and what is likely in store for the tech giants

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Time To Upset The Apple Cart?

Tech companies have grown to such proportions that many behave like monopolies. We look at how Americans feel about this development and what is likely in store for the tech giants starting with Apple, Inc.

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Lessons In Compassion From His Holiness The Dalai Lama

Life lesson from the Dalai Lama

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The Delicate Dance Of India, China, And The U.S. To Balance Their Geopolitical Ambitions

The article serves as a primer on China, India, and the United States' geopolitical ambitions in Asia.