BANGLADESH

Did the British Really Divide India to Rule?

  0 comments   |     by Maj Gen Mrinal Suman on 02, August 2014

Maj Gen Mrinal Suman is India’s foremost expert in defence procurement procedures and offsets. He heads Defence Technical Assessment and Advisory Services Group of CII. While studying Indian history in school days, one was repeatedly told that the British resorted to &

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TO GO OR NOT TO GO?

  0 comments   |     by IKRAM SEHGAL on 23, May 2014

There is a lot of speculation about the PM’s possible visit to New Delhi on Monday May 26 to attend Narendra Singh Modi’s inauguration as Prime Minister of India. Any exchange between Pakistan and India assumes symbolic proportions, arousing considerable comment and analysis thereof.   Even though the invitation went to all SAARC member countries, Modi’s outreach ini

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Why Pakistan Should Not Worry About Modi

  0 comments   |     by Ahmed Quraishi on 23, May 2014

No one knows India better than Pakistan. We are the only neighbor of India that bears the brunt of Indian bellicosity. The bulk of Indian guns and war formations point at us, and India spares no opportunity to undercut Pakistani interests in the region and beyond. The Americans and Europeans have experienced some Indian antics and diplomatic tantrums in recent months, mostly in trade neg

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Anatomy of India's general election

  2 comments   |     by M K Bhadrakumar on 23, May 2014

The stunning victory of the right-wing Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the recently concluded general election in India needs to be understood from three perspectives - first, the sheer dimensions of the victory; second, its meaning; and, third, what it portends for India's political economy in the coming five-year period in terms of national policies.  Witho

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LISA JOURNAL ISSUE 30 APRIL – JUNE 2014 EDITORIAL

  0 comments   |     by SAEED ISMAT on 07, May 2014

EDITORIAL Unipolar to a Multipolar World In the past decade the US tried to expand the circle of its international coalition around the world, even trying to make Russia an ally. However, the crisis in Syria and gaps between the US and Russia’s policies toward President Bashar al-Assad government reflected changes in the world order.

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REMEMBERING USMAN KHALID

  0 comments   |     by Saeed Ismat on 07, May 2014

Usman Khalid the founding father of London Institute of South Asia  died  on Monday 31stMarch 2014  after a prolonged illness in  Windsor London, A great visionary has passed away. We shall not gaze upon his like again He was a prolific writer and a great campaigner for Kashmiris, Dalits, Adivasis and all the oppressed people of the world, however, his prim

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Bangladesh Farcical Bloody Elections

  0 comments   |     by S.Huq on 23, January 2014

What does the future hold after Bangladesh’s bloody election? Shafiul Huq Shafiul Huq  writes how

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In Bangladesh Now, Wrong Is Right

  0 comments   |     by Fazal M. Kamal on 16, January 2014

“India has done well to defend Bangladesh from the international onslaught and from the comments of human rights organisati

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EDITORIAL

  0 comments   |     by LISA JOURNAL ISSUE:29 on 13, January 2014

We the people –Victims of Psy warfare Never in human history have we been as well-informed as today and yet the vast majority haven’t got a clue of what’s really going on in this world. That’s because whilst the super high-tech Western global media supplies tons of data,  but their theme and narratives remain most misleading.Their aim is &nbs

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PLIGHT OF BANGLADESH

  0 comments   |     by Special Reort on 16, December 2013

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