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Trump and the dismantling of Obama’s legacy

WASHINGTON: Brick by brick, the demolition job has begun: since taking office less than a year ago, Donald Trump has launched an all-out assault on the legacy of Barack Obama. Climate, free trade, health care, immigration, foreign policy -- the 45th US president has set about undoing just about everything done by the 44th. All new presidents, of course, break with their predecessor once in the Oval Office, especially if they come from a rival political party. But what is striking is how systematic the hammer blows…

Obama says goodbye to world stage after eight years

LIMA, PERU: US President Barack Obama bid farewell to the world stage Sunday, pondering his legacy, offering advice to his successor and discussing his post-presidential life at the end of his final foreign tour. His historic presidency and charisma have made Obama a rock star on the international scene, even at times when the daily grind of politics dimmed the glow around his election as the United States' first black president in 2008. Obama spoke to both the American people and the world as he gave his final…

Nokia says vanishing consumer brand may return

LONDON:  Don't call it a comeback yet. But Nokia is thinking about how to revive its brand name in consumer markets just months after selling off its former flagship mobile phones business to Microsoft for more than $7 billion.

Patras Bokhari, legacy remains strong

Syed Ahmed Shah commonly known as Patras Bokhari    was an Urdu humorist, educator, essayist, broadcaster and diplomat from Pakistan. He is best known for his humorous writings in Urdu literature. Even after 55 years of his death the vacuum created in Urdu literature can still be felt. The writer of Saweray Jo Ankh Meri Khuli, Lahore ka Geographia, Mureedpur Ka Peer, Main Aik Mian Hoon and many others Patras Bukhari was born on 1st October 1898 in a Kashmiri family of Peshawar, Bokhari received his early…