For NETFLIX true stories documentaries from 2022. Seeking opinion and ideas from readers. Hence, dislosing such posts.

(Quote from the manuscript, Harlot of Sherwood Park, Shelly Prasad)

This day, February 13th last year was the day that the Lord spoke to me in the morning and I asked Him to show me what the harlot is truly about. Got loads of stuff, but haven't revealed most of it to anyone, just a few text messages.

It was obvious that she did not have feelings for Trevor as she was just using him to get her work done, but she was reducing herself to that of prostitution in exchange for lower rates. But, with Andrew, a senior citizen, it was obvious that she has had a long time emotional/ sexual relationship with him, whilst claiming to be in a committed relationship with another man.

The worst part was, she texted Trevor, a total stranger, that she would always be there for him. Yet, to the man who loved her, she chopped off his legs and asked him to dance. When he couldn't dance, she humiliated him in front of her friends and his family. - Janu

Texts to and from Shelly Prasad, 7809956638.

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United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

UN Climate Change Conference

(UNFCCC COP 26), Glasgow, UK

November 1-12, 2021


will be in attendance (READ)

Under the erudite presidency of,

Rt. Hon. Alok Sharma,

Member of Parliament (MP)

Reading West, UK



UNADAP is inviting erudite and accomplished academics and Climate champions with a proven track record to participate for the event. If you meet the criteria, you may write to the secretariat on protocol@unadap.org, for a chance to be a delegate at this ground breaking conference. There are only 4 seats available for each region.


Learn more at https://ukcop26.org



Office of the Director, Protocol

UNADAP (Europe)

Dr. Dominic F Dixon, Executive Director of UNADAP is the National Focal Point.

Rt. Hon. Alok Sharma, Member of Parliament (MP) Reading West, UK, is the presidency of the COP 26.

Dr. Mark Carney is currently the UK Prime Minister’s Finance Adviser for COP26 and UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance. Mark was previously Governor of the Bank of England from 2013 to 2020, and Governor of the Bank of Canada from 2008 to 2013. Internationally, Mark was Chair of the Financial Stability Board from 2011 to 2018, Chair of the Global Economy Meeting and Economic Consultative Committee of the Bank for International Settlements from 2018-2020, and was First Vice-Chair of the European Systemic Risk Board from 2013-2020.


Published by The Post, September 14, 2021

Author: Dr. Dominic F Dixon





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The harlot of Sherwood Park, Shelly Prasad, Ted Bundy and the Taliban. In this article, I've written about how peace can be robbed by people closest to us, and how some destroy their own people. In the case of Shelly Prasad, it was previously understood that because of the absence of her father, she would go after old-er men, be it Darien, Mike, Andy and even Dave. She even ditched the man within her own age group about twenty years ago after a five-year committed relationship; to marry an old man who was married four times, previously. She had even married her own uncle.

It was previously assessed that this behaviour is because every man that smells like a father, or speaks like a father, even if these men had ulterior motives - she looked at them as a father, even if it meant sleeping with them. However, over a period of time, Shelly had developed a way to sell her body for favours and to get things done to make her richer. It was obvious that she did not have feelings for Trevor as she was just using him to get her work done, but she was reducing herself to that of prostitution in exchange for lower rates. But, with Andrew, a senior citizen, it was obvious that she has had a long time emotional/ sexual relationship with him, whilst claiming to be in a committed relationship with another man.

EDITOR: Due to constraints, the editor could not put too much in the piece. However, in December, my book titled, "Destroyed by love", will spill the beans.

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The Global Game Changers
From Canada to Dubai

Best viewed on full screen

Address by Dr. Dominic F Dixon, Executive Director of UNADAP, to the students of GEMS Our Own English High School, Dubai.


This address was on the occasion of their project, "The Global Game Changers", advocated by Ms. Marie Ramos, Teacher Ambassador of GEMS GLOBAL SCHOOLS.

GEMS OOD is the largest international school in the Gulf region, with over 50 schools and over 10,000 students.



CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE was selected as an institutional partner for internships in India.

DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS was the stipend partner for the internships.

All participants were given the opportunity to participate as delegates at the UN conference on:

“Asia-Pacific United Nations Responsible Business and Human Rights Forum: The New Decade of Action?”. The Forum was be held virtually from 1 - 4 June 2021 while Pre-Forum side event sessions were held on 28 and 31 May 2021. This year’s Forum was co-organized by the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights (UNWG), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women), the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM)



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We assist academicians, researchers and professors to transform their research papers into a published book. We also rewrite their research thesis into a readable book.

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Published by The Post, June 15, 2021

Forecasting the adverstites of climate change in Canada and the U.S., I was invited by the premier publication, The Post, to author a piece on Climate Change. This was submitted in advance and published on the 15th of June. What I had forecasted, happened in Canada and the U.S. The Canadian province of British Columbia has been hit, drastically, damaging marine life with over a billion sea animals dying and cooked at sea with the heat.

Europe floods: At least 120 dead and hundreds unaccounted for. At least 20 people have died in Belgium. The Netherlands, Luxembourg and Switzerland are also affected. Many factors contribute to flooding, but a warming atmosphere caused by climate change makes extreme rainfall more likely. The world has already warmed by about 1.2C since the industrial era began and temperatures will keep rising unless governments around the world make steep cuts to emissions.

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Also read article on "EDUCATION - a powerful weapon against poverty"

Presentation at the Constitution Club of India,

on the negative affects of pornography on adolescents in India

Dr. Dominic Dixon

New Delhi Dr. Dixon was invited to present his research paper to the Leaders of India and to those who represent the Prime Minister. Those present were the leaders of the BJP, RSS, VHP and other groups of the Central Government. We welcome the change that is going to happen in this country, addressing the grave issues that are persisting! 




In the picture is Dr. Chakrabarti, Chief Medial Services, ASTER CMI Hospital with Dr. Dominic F DIxon, Executive Director, UNADAP


The Covid-19 situation in Karnataka is deteriorating with each passing day and "we have reached a stage where things have become uncontrollable", said Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa.

The Executive Director of UNADAP, Dr. Dominic F Dixon, had received his first dose of COVISHIELD vaccine. Dr. Dixon was welcomed by Dr. Shugota Chakrabarti, the Chief of Medical Services at ASTER CMI Hospital. Aster is a reputed hospital in Bangalore, India, with highly skilled and courteous medical professionals with the highest level of ethics and care.

BS Yediyurappa said, "Three to four people are infected [with Covid-19] in every household. The PM [Prime Minister Narendra Modi] has said the only solution now is to wear mask, sanitise hands and follow social distancing. There is no other way to stop Corona." "I request people with folded hands: Do not step out of your home unnecessarily. The situation is deteriorating and we have reached a stage where things have become uncontrollable," BS Yediyurappa said. (Source: India Today)

Dr. Dixon has suggested that, "It is the civil duty of every Indian citizen to be inoculated, to protect oneself and the others around us." He further stated that "We should refrain from conspiracy theories and honour medical sciences and the guidance issued by that discipline." He further stated that, "The virus is not as respecter of persons, to target an ethnic or religious group, but it is a virus that has affected all of humanity, with devastating effects. No one was prepared for this calamity, but, we are all in this together."

Dr. Chakrabarti is hopeful that the state would receive adequate amounts of doses for its population, along with the required amounts of oxygen. He further stated that "We at Aster want to ensure the public that it is totally safe to take the vaccine as my colleagues and I have taken both the doses without incident."


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NITI Aayog, New Delhi

Dr. Rajiv Kumar, the Hon’ble Vice-Chairman of NITI Aayog, India's official Think Tank, the rank and status of Cabinet Minister and UNADAP’s Executive Director, Dr. Dominic F Dixon engaged in a fruitful consultation on matters pertaining to India’s national interest. The Hon’ble Prime Minister who is also the Chairperson of NITI Aayog, was occupied with the elections in West Bengal, as even the meeting with French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and the Prime Minister was cancelled due to a COVID related response.


Discussions between the Chairperson and the Executive Director were on India’s diplomatic relations, India’s economy, India’s vaccine drive and the foreigners in India.

Read full report at this link

(This link will take you to UNADAP website)

Chief Information Commission

New Delhi


Dr. Dominic Dixon, the Executive Director of UNADAP met with Mr. Uday Mahurkar, Information Commissioner of India, at the CIC in New Delhi and discussed about strengthening the institution with transparency and accountability, which is the fundamental right of every Indian citizen.


Hand picked by the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, as the Information Commissioner of India, Mr. Uday Mahurkar is the watchdog for the Government of India’s Right To Information Act, at the Central Information Commission, New Delhi. He is also a judge for hearing appellate RTI cases.

Mr. Mahurkar is a man of impeccable integrity, assured Dr. Dixon of his commitment to fighting for justice and a corruption-free India.



Protocol Office



Dr. Dominic F Dixon®

Talk to, the Grade 5 students of The Indian Public School

Dr. Dominic F Dixon was the key note speaker to an enterprising group of 70, Grade 5 students of TIPS (The Indian Public School) in India. Thanks to technology, we can communicate across borders.


The United Nations does not have solutions, nor does it have the power to eradicate poverty, injustice, inequality, or any of the SDGs. You, Grade 5 students have more power to cause a change. Start with your own household, recycle the waste. Make sure that the male members in your house respect the women in the house.




Wherever there is corruption and inequality, there will always be poverty. Mahatma Gandhi stated, "The world has enough for everyone's needs, but not everyone's greed."




Mahatma Gandhi was not the Prime Minister, not a Chief Minister, not an MLA, not a Municipal Corporator, not even a ward councillor. But yet, we call him as the father of the nation - The Mahatma, because he led a nation to freedom – The Mahatma. Mahatma Gandhi was influenced in South Africa by the Church, where He learned about Jesus and how Jesus had loved the world that He died for us. The life of Christ influenced Gandhi and the life of Gandhi influenced a nation. How are you being influenced? 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi: There was nothing notably honourable about his birth. Born in a village and sold tea at a railway station. With sheer determination and hard work, now world leaders stand in line to have tea with him. During the pandemic, over 22 country’s Prime Ministers and Presidents have called on the PM to help save lives with the Indian vaccines. Love him or hate him, history will always refer to Mr. Modi as, HONOURABLE.

MOTHER TERESA: In times where Indians travel to the US, Europe, Australia, Canada and all over the world for education, prosperity and migration, Mother Teresa, an Albanian woman who committed her life to the service of humanity, came to India to serve Indians.


Teresa said, "By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus.

In 1979, Teresa received the Nobel Peace Prize "for work undertaken in the struggle to overcome poverty and distress, which also constitutes a threat to peace". When Teresa received the prize she was asked, "What can we do to promote world peace?" She answered, "Go home and love your family." 




DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS is happy to announce the reciepient of 2021 mission scholarship. The reciepient is Arielle, student at YWAM Burtigny-Geneva.

    My name is Arielle, I am 23 years old and I am from the Ivory Coast. I am a student and I have a Master's degree in Public Law. Following a depression that affected all spheres of my life, I had a great need to recharge my batteries psychologically and spiritually. It is for this purpose that I had to apply to Youth With A Mission in Switzerland to do a discipleship training from October 2020 to February 2021.

I am particularly grateful for this gift from DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS, which allowed me to complete my practical phase. Thank you for having accepted to be this channel through which God has richly blessed me. May He bless you.





In a first, Air India's all-women crew lands longest flight from San Francisco to Bangalore

"We are India's daughters who were given the opportunity to make this historic flight," the commander of the flight, Captain Zoya Aggarwal, who flew the first leg of the flight, told CNN Travel. "We were able to create a new chapter in the Indian aviation history."

"I'm extremely proud to be a part of this and I have been personally preparing for more than a year for this flight," she said.

UNADAP is proud of India's daughters who have made the nation proud not by just making history, but by conveying the message that every girl can write her-story!
Dr. Dominc F Dixon, Executive Director

An all-women cockpit crew scripted history after landing Air India's inaugural San Francisco-Bengaluru flight at Kempegowda International Airport. The crew flew the flight over the North Pole, taking the Atlantic route to reach the Karnataka capital at the other end of the world. This was Air India's longest direct route flight with an all-women pilot team. Flight AI176 departed from San Francisco in the USA at around 8.30 pm (local time) on Saturday and landed at the Kempegowda International Airport at around 3.45 am (local time) on Monday. “Today, we created world history by not only flying over the North Pole but also by having all women pilots who successfully did it. We are extremely happy and proud to be part of it,” said Captain Zoya Aggarwal. This was the first direct non-stop flight between the west coast of United States & southern India. Watch the full video for more.




A case for communal harmony

The stalwarts of the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh), the Hindu nationalist organisation met with the Executive Director of UNADAP.

Mr. Anil Vartak, the international coordinator managing the international-Indian diaspora for the RSS, and Mr. Shyam Parande, General Secretary, ABVP, at the RSS office in New Delhi, discussed with Dr. Dominic Dixon, the Executive Director of UNADAP, about living in communal harmony whilst insulating the national integrity of India.

The discussions were about insulating the integrity of India against external enemies, whilst being more tolerant to our own people, internally, regardless of religious differences.

Jesus always believed in dialogue, either by ‘going’ to people/ leaders, or by ‘sending’ His disciples to people/ leaders. This sending, has opened innumerable doors to discussion and communal harmony.

Fringe elements and groups, disguising themselves as the appointed, will be dealt-with according to the law of the land, and the Hon’ble Prime Minister is clear about that.

We have bled enough and we as a nation are hurting in more ways now than ever. It is time for the healing balm to be applied over each other, by each other.

UNADAP, whilst having no political affiliation or motivation, but national interests at heart; will be working with the RSS and its various organs, to regain the lost trust and replace it with the spirit of love, forgiveness and hope!

“Righteousness exalts a nation.” Proverbs 14:34

Jai Hind!


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Weapon Locating Radar

Official Launch to Russia

Had the privilege to be invited by Shri Ashok Yenni, Principal Commissioner for Customs, for a personal display and presentation of India’s Indigenous Weapon Locating Radar, that’s being dispatched to Russia.


More about WLR: https://www.drdo.gov.in/weapon-locating-radar-wlr

Jai Hind!


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Weapon Locating Radar (WLR) is an electronically scanned phased array radar. The radar automatically locates hostile artillery, mortars and rocket launchers and tracks friendly fire to locate the impact point of friendly artillery fire to issue necessary corrections. The radar is designed to detect projectiles with small cross section across the battle space horizon, and has the capability to handle simultaneous fire from weapons deployed at multiple locations. The radar uses advanced signal processing techniques for detection and tracking projectiles in the presence of ground, weather clutter and other forms of interference in EW scenario. Algorithms for trajectory computation take environmental parameters into consideration while estimating both launch and impact points for desired accuracy. The radar is designed for high mobility, quick deployment and decamp. The physical profile consists of radar shelter, antenna and cooling mechanisms which are placed on a slewable platform. System is designed to survive physical rigours of battlefield and soft hostile electronic warfare.


Dr. Dixon's talk is from 25:12

August 15th @ 8:30 am, IST 

New Delhi, India IST (UTC +5:30) Sat, Aug 15, 2020 8:30 am

Edmonton, Canada MDT (UTC -6)  Fri, Aug 14, 2020 9:00 pm

New York, NY, USA EDT (UTC -4)  Fri, Aug 14, 2020 11:00 pm

Vienna, Austria/ Geneva, Switzerland CEST (UTC +2)  Sat, Aug 15, 2020 5:00 am

Dr. Dominc F DIxon will deliver his speech @ 9:30pm Edmonton/ 9:00am IST

Topic: INDIA FIRST: Public & Foreign Policy

We, MIIM and UNADAP, are very proud to announce the Prestigious ONLINE Independence Day 2020 Management Summit on 15th AUGUST 2020 at the virtual platform of Marian International Institute of Management, Kuttikkanam, KERALA. This is a platform where professionals, academicians, social workers and researchers join together to discuss deliberate and present their thoughts and research findings.
As the Executive Director of UNADAP and a Gender Champion, it has always been my personal prerogative to promote female leadership and to champion female academics, because there's so much that we could learn from women. Life has taught values through our mothers, sisters, aunties grandmothers, teachers, and the list goes on; but sadly, we have neglected women over the years. God created us equally, with each a unique gifting that we may complement each other.
That being said, I ensured that we empanelled 10 female delegates as observers to help us define and guide the future course of empowering women and direct us to the part of Gender Equality according to the UN SDG 5.
Dr. Dominic F Dixon

His Excellency, the Vice President India, Shri Venkaiah Naidu, has congratulated Ms. Nethra Mohandass, upon her appointment as “Goodwill Ambassador to the Poor” for UNADAP. Thank you, Mr. Vice President.

Dr. Dominic F Dixon, the Executive Director & philanthropist, had appointed Ms. Nethra Mohandass,a. 13-year-old as the "Goodwill Ambassador for the Poor" of UNADAP to the United Nations. DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS had also set up a scholarship fund for Nethra.


Humanity is alive! 



S/d: Director for Protocol, @UNADAPorg

We’ve heard several evacuation stories of what our government has done for its people during this pandemic, and how Air India has been a saving grace to thousands of stranded Indians; here’s my testimonial.

My mother had undergone a surgery on the 24th of June and needed rest and safety. But since my parents are 74 years of age, and with the pandemic looming, I really wanted to be with my parents to be of comfort to them. Monitoring the pandemic in Bangalore, India, I was stuck and unable to travel to Canada due to several border restrictions and with no flights flying. When the repatriation flights had become available, hundreds for thousands of Canadians and Canadian citizens were trying desperately to get a seat to get back to Canada after months of being stranded due to the lockdown, globally.

Air India showed me compassion, and got me to Canada.

Tremendously grateful to the Government of India, and to the wonderful and agile staff at Air India.

The team that made it possible:
CMD, Mr. Rajiv Bansal, IAS
Dir. MHA Monitoring, Mr. Santosh Sharma
GM RMMA, Mr. Pramod Bhuinyan
Ms. Kavita, PS to CMD
BLR reservation Manager, Ms. Chitra Srinivas
BLR coordinator, Mr. Sreedhar
BLR AI Airport supervision, Mr. Mohammed & Mr. Nandagopal
Flight crew, AI 1126 (BLR-DEL)

Splendid work beyond the line of duty by, Ms. Chitra Srinivas. She had reached out to me on a Sunday afternoon, and got me a seat within a few minutes.

Dr. Dominic F Dixon
Executive Director, UNADAP

UNADAP's Goodwill Ambassador for the Poor,  Ms. Nethra Mohandass attends her first United Nations conference as an official delegate, via UN online platform.

UNADAP's Goodwill Ambassador for the Poor, Ms. Nethra Mohandass attends her first United Nations conference as an official delegate, via UN online platform. Applauds Prime Minister Modi for his empowerment of women in India.

Nethra is a 13-year-old, grade 9 student and the daughter of a barber, from a Madurai, Tamilnadu.

Nethra had inspired the Prime Minister of India, the Chief Minister and the Governor of Tamilnadu, for her sacrificial work for the poor.

The conference on “Accelerating the realization of gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls”, held on 21st July 2020.



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In a letter to the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Tamilnadu and subsequent telephonic discussions, Dr. Dixon, the Executive Director of UNADAP had recommended the arrests of the criminal cops, and to charge them with homicide (murder). <<<Read the letter here>>>

Thanks to the Suo Motu W.P. (MD) No.7042 of 2020​, by the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court, the police officers have been arrested. <<<READ THE PETITION HERE>>>


Inspector Sridhar, sub Inspectors Raghu Ganesh and Balakrishnan and constable Murugan have been arrested by the Crime Branch of Tamil Nadu's CID (Criminal Investigation Department) under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

"FIRs have been altered to 302 IPC. 12 special teams under IG and SP (CB-CID) are investigating all angles," Shankar, Inspector General (CB-CID) stated.

The CB-CID has modified both FIRs - one each for the death of the father, Jeyaraj, and the son, Beniks - and to include murder charges against two sub-inspectors (Raghu Ganesh and Balakrishnan), two constables and two other individuals.

The police had earlier only registered cases of suspicious deaths.

On the occasion of "National Doctor's Day, UNADAP honours our hero, Dr. Hemalatha.

On Monday, the 29th of June, 2020, a message was posted in the WhatsApp group of the past pupils of St. Marys AI School, Chennai, that a person had succumbed to COVID-19 at the Apollo Hospital, Greems Road, Chennai. The entire group had brainstormed as to how best we could reach out this family who was in a dire financial situation. and in chronic grief at the death of the father of the house. At this, a group member, Suresh had given the details of the deceased to Dr. Dominic Dixon of UNADAP, and whilst the entire group stood in prayer, we had spoken to Dr. Hemalatha, that was in-charge of the COVID-19 war room at the hospital, and requested her to waive the amount of ₹3,14,000 that the deceased had owed for the treatment.

Immediately, Dr. Hemalatha had promised Dr. Dixon that she would do her best to help the grieving family. She then spoke to the medical director, Dr. Venkatachellam, and expressed the plight of the family. Immediately, they waived the entire outstanding amount, arranged for the clearance of the body, spoke to the medical inspector to expedite the report, and discharged the body, whilst comforting the family.

UNADAP honours Dr. Hemalatha with a HUMANITARIAN CITATION AWARD and a cash award of ₹25,000.



The DIXON SCHOLARSHIPS has awarded Nethra a scholarship amount of ₹100,000.


Nethra, a 13-year-old in the city of Madurai of Tamilnadu, who convinced her father, a barber, to give Five Lakh rupees for the poor during the Coronovirus pandemic outbreak, that the family had been saving for her education and for Nethra to pursue her civil service when the time comes. This act of selflessness and kindness needs to be recognized and rewarded.


The Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi Ji, in his Mann Ki Baat speech to the nation, appreciated Nethra and her family.


Through UNADAP's accreditation (MORE), Nethra would be given the opportunity to speak, on behalf on UNADAP, at the UN CSO conferences in New York and in Geneva, addressing Civil Society forums and conferences. This would give her an opportunity and responsibility to speak to leaders, academics, politicians and civilians, encouraging them to reach out to the poorest of the poor. This is a non-governmental opportunity.

NETHRA is truly an Ambassador to the poor, teaching the world love through giving.


<<<Read Nethra's story here>>>


KLEPTOCRACY - Exploitation of Nations

This research paper is the manifestation of Dr Dixon's programme in Diplomatic Practice at the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna, Austria and in Economic Diplomacy in Geneva, Switzerland.

This paper is aimed at drawing attention to anti-corruption activists and advocacies against corruption; and to postulate an international perspective of the innumerable forms of modus operandi envisaged by Kleptocrats. Research and cases studies have been derived from dozens of publications, interviewing of bureaucrats and diplomats, political ministers and investigative journalists.

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Dr. Dominic Dixon has been widely interviewed in over 36 countries & over 100 Provinces by CNN, Headlines Today, US Politics, Agence France Presse, Khaleej Times Dubai, Times Now, NDTV, Yahoo, India Today, Taipei Times, Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald, Family Mantra, Charis Times, Times of India, Saudi, News 9, News X and dozens of other news medias. <<<MORE>>>