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The Teesta Quagmire: India’s Missed Opportunit

  0 comments   |     by Sayanangshu Modak

Amidst heightened border tensions between India and China, news that Bangladesh was considering

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250 million Indian workers and farmers strike, breaking world record

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DELHI—On Thursday, Nov. 26, India witnessed the biggest organized strike in human history. Over 250 million workers and farmers, along with their allies among student, women’s, and civil society groups, participated in the nationwide strike. Now, a week later, farmers continue to occupy the capital city, and labor leaders are vowing this is only the beginning. The work stoppage coin

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India towards a police-state?

  0 comments   |     by Dr. Prem Singh

“Members of the police shall exercise their functions, powers and duties as impartial servants of the general public and the Government of the day. … No member of the police may be ordered or forced to exercise his other functions or powers or deploy police resources to promote or undermine any political party or interest group, or any member o

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Such A Temple Would Not Have Been Acceptable To Ram and..

  6 comments   |     by Sandeep Pandey

Such A Temple Would Not Have Been Acceptable To Ram and Should Not Be Acceptable To A Common Hindu Co-Written by Arundhati Dhuru and Sandeep Pandey Ram has been described as Maryada Purushottam, the most virtuous among men. He left his kingdom merely because he didn

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Modi is a threat to India’s unity

  0 comments   |     by Hammad Sarfraz

Sweden-based expert on peace and conflict criticizes the BJP leader over his policies in Kashmir and towards Muslims   Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu-nationalist agenda, the vilification of religious minorities, and his foreign misadventures will light a fuse of interna

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In India, the pandemic is a prize for some and punishment..

  0 comments   |     by Robert Gallimore

In India, the pandemic is a prize for some and punishment for others BBC news recently ran a piece on the Covid-19 pandemic in India. It was a seemingly equivocal survey of the obvious problems that would manifest themselves in a country with minimal welfare provisions and the sort of sanguinity regarding mortality r

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It Was Inevitable That India Would Seek to Actively..

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko

It Was Inevitable That India Would Seek to Actively ‘Contain’ China There’s no longer any doubt that India seeks to actively “contain” China after the latest incident between Asia’s two most populous countries over the weekend along the Line of Actual Control, though the resultant

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How safe are Dalit women in Uttar Pradesh?

  0 comments   |     by SR Darapuri

Recently Crime in India – 2019 report has been released by National Crime Records Bureau. In this report, in the year 2019, the statistics of crime of Dalit atrocities have been published for the whole country. It has emerged that Uttar Pradesh is far ahead in this. The Dalit population of Uttar Pradesh (UP) is the largest population in the country, which is 2

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US Will Be Able to Control Cruise Missile Command...

  0 comments   |     by Radhika Parashar, Rishikesh Kumar

US Will Be Able to Control Cruise Missile Command Systems as India Gears up to Sign BECA – Expert Towards the end of October, representatives of India and the US will be meeting to seal the Basic Exchange & Cooperation Agreement on geo-spatial cooperation. Spatial data is information that comes with or revolves

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India wary as Afghans discuss interim govt – Part 1

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India’s NSA Ajit Doval (L) met chairman of Afghan High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah (R), New Delhi, October 5, 2020 The visit to New Delhi by Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation in Afghanistan, becomes an event of major importance for a variety of reasons, the most significant being its real potenti

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