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Burying The Past - Things have started moving suddenly..

  0 comments   |     by Lt Gen (R) Naeem khalid lodhi

Things have started moving suddenly and apparently all in the right direction. A ceasefire along the Line of Control, peace offered by our own Prime Minister and Army Chief, a positive response by Indian PM Narendra Modi, the Pakistani Indus Water Commissioner’s visit to India, Bangladesh felicitating on Pakistan Day—pray this positivity may continue. It i

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Op-ed: Pakistan, China, Iran must come together to counter US-India alliance

  0 comments   |     by Izhar Hussain

It is essential for Pak-China-Iran to align themselves with one another to stop the US yolk of influence favoring India and the Indian dreams of sole regional supremacy. The three regional giants, Pakistan, China, and Iran located in three regional zones, South Asia, East Asia, and the Middle East have a pivotal role to play in t

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China’s massive Tibet infra push cause of worry for India

  0 comments   |     by Subir Bhaumik

Chengdu is now the headquarters of the integrated Tibet-Sichuan military command that makes it possible for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to move strategic reserves swiftly from the borders with other Southeast Asian nations to beef up both offensives and strategic defence on the India front. China is planning

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For Politics of Hindutva There Is No Lockdown

  0 comments   |     by Sandeep Pandey

Co-Written by Anandi Pandey, Lubna Sarwath and Sandeep Pandey   A common question asked by upper caste people, who form the core support of Hindutva politics, when opposing the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 or the policy of reservati

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Corona Pandemic and Targeting of Minorities

  0 comments   |     by Dr Ram Puniyani

Currently (April 2021) India is passing through its worst period as Covid19 Phase II is at its peak, with high rate of infectivity and mortality. The shortage of beds, Oxygen, test facilities and medicines is the cause of concern all over. The victims and their families are feeling the massive tragedy as the nation watches the gross mismanagement and lack of foresig

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‘We are witnessing a crime against humanity’: Arundhati Roy on India’s Covid catastrophe

  0 comments   |     by Arundhati Roy in Guardian

© Provided by The Guardian Crowds at the Kumbh Mela festival i

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This is how India will break into pieces!

  0 comments   |     by Ikram Sehgal

The largest country in South Asia; India today, reaching from the Himalayas in the north to Kanya Kumari in the South, is globally the second-most populous country after China and the seventh-largest country by land area. Both Bangladesh and Pakistan differ from India despite having a common history, culture, and languages. To a great extent so do Nepal and Sri Lank

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Evaluating the state of nuclear danger in southern asia

  0 comments   |     by Michael Krepon

The state of nuclear danger in Southern Asia, as elsewhere, depends fundamentally on the state of political relations between rivals. Rivals can and do cooperate as well as compete with each other. In an oversimplified way, we can measure the degree of competition and cooperation along two axes. One axis measures the steps taken to s

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INDIA 2020 YEAR IN REVIEW: PROTESTS, PANDEMIC, AND THE PRC

  7 comments   |     by Tanvi Kulkarni

2020 will unfortunately be remembered as the year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Like other countries, India has been grappling with the social and economic fallouts of COVID-19, on top of the public health catastrophe. Besides the pandemic, two other episodes dominated the India story in 2020: Delhi’s communal riots and the border conflict with China. Emerging clo

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The Teesta Quagmire: India’s Missed Opportunity?

  0 comments   |     by Sayanangshu Modak

Amidst heightened border tensions between India and China, news that Bangladesh was considering moving ahead with extensive lending from China for management of the Teesta river came as a bolt from the blue for India

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