INDIA

India’s Problems: Between Culture and Capitalism

  0 comments   |     by Adnan Aboobacker

India has many special characteristics in her traditional culture which can accept different ideologies in a harmonious way. The vast area of the Indian subcontinent was a site of the marriage of different religions. Under the British policy of divide and conquer, however, India was partitioned as Muslim majority states were carved out in the likes of Pakistan and Bangladesh. This is the main prob

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Is it the end of India’s special relationship with Nepal?

  0 comments   |     by Prashant Jha

Despite the close linguistic, marital, religious, and, cultural ties, at people to people level between Indians and Nepalese, since late 2015, political issues and border disputes have strained relations between the two countries with anti-Indian sentiment growing amongst the government and people of Nepal. Further because of border disputes between the two countries, a boundary agreement hasn't y

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The NRC Fallout – An exercise of complexities and exclusion

  0 comments   |     by Mohammed Tahsin

The world is awash with thousands of anecdotes about large-scale migration of people to places away from their homelands. Compelled by reasons to escape persecution, evade conflicts, economic and nature-driven pressures, et al. Ideally to make a living, which erupts from a longing for infrastructure, homogenous and pervasive, quintessential for survival. However, a deliberate reducing of millions

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Republic of Caste supremacists - Vidya Bhushan Rawat

  0 comments   |     by Vidya Bhushan Rawat

‘Democracy day’ was being celebrated yesterday on social media where political leaders ‘greeted’ their ‘bhakts’ and hailing India as one of the ‘biggest’ democracies of the world. Things are moving so fast these days that it has become too difficult to focus. The power of information sharing has reduced the power of ‘thinking’. Visual world is so attractive that we are unable

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How Vedic Brahminism Stunted The Development Of Sciences

  0 comments   |     by Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd

After the Bharatiya Janatha Party came to power and ruled the nation for two terms from 1999-2004 and 2014 to present a lot of propaganda by the Brahminic pundits belonging to that ideology clamour that all modern sciences, originated in Europe, America and China and Japan is no match to the Vedic science that the ancient Brahminism has built. Particularly after the Narendra Modi came to power all

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Under Khan, will any Progress be Made in Improving Relations with India?

  0 comments   |     by Munr Kazmir

Imran Khan has not officially been sworn in as the new prime minister of Pakistan but he is already making a major impact. There have been longstanding tensions between Pakistan and India, which was one of the biggest issues the incoming prime minister will be tasked with handling. And he took a major step in doing so a few days ago. Khan reached out to India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi after

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Election Results Could be Good for Pakistan, Bad for US

  0 comments   |     by Graham E. Fuller

A bold new political face has come to power in the recent Pakistani elections, possibly offering the US a new opportunity in that country. Sadly the opportunity will likely be squandered—again. There’s something about Pakistani and US interests that seem doomed to collision course—mainly because Pakistan’s national interests are rarely what the US thinks they should be. Pakistanis themselv

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Pakistan’s “Greylisting” as a Terror Sponsor Should be

  0 comments   |     by Adam Garrie

Pakistan’s “Greylisting” as a Terror Sponsor Should be a Catalyst for Intensified Relations with China, Russia and Iran Pakistan’s war on terrorism: A misunderstood history At an international level, Pakistan’s role in fighting terrorism continues to be not only misunderstood but totally misrepresented. As a perennial victim of both terrorist spillover from the instability of neighbour

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Bangladeshi Regional Migration Could Plunge South Asia Into War

  0 comments   |     by Andrew Korybko

Whether part of a preplanned strategy or not, large-scale migration flows often destabilize the destination country, and India and Myanmar are bracing for the geopolitical consequences of the Bangladeshis within their borders acquiring a firmer sense of identity separateness from their hosts. Ivy League researcher Kelly M. Greenhill’s revolutionary concept about “Weapons of Mass Migration”

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Kashmir burns and the world conscience sleeps - Kashmir has been turned

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Kashmir has been turned into a graveyard by Indian state and the narratives by chauvinistic Indian media are blatantly generating more hatred against Kashmir and Kashmiris. Another year started with gruesome scenes when Kashmir is engulfed with deadly silence, with tangled concertina wires blocking maximum towns of South Kashmir

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