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Seven Sisters don’t want to be “Indian”: Assam, Nagaland, Tripura, Meghalaya, Manipur...

  0 comments   |     by Report on the Indian North East

Part of Indian today’s NE belonged to Burma in history. British Colonists grabbed them by force. Looks like the more India inherits from British, the more ropes India puts around its own neck. One solution could be let some of them be independent, and governed by themselves. This will greatly reduce people’s dissatisfaction and enhance regional peace. Mainstream Ind

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Why Russia Is Getting Closer To Pakistan And Abandoning India?

  1 comments   |     by Polina Tikhonova

Why Russia Is Getting Closer To Pakistan And Abandoning India?

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India & Israel: a marriage made in heaven?

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India-State Terrorism- Global-Rest of the Muslim... India & Israel: a marriage made in heaven? Irfan Husain ON his recent four-d

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Stop The Increasing Violence Against Dalits by Vidya Bhushan Rawat

  0 comments   |     by Vidya Bhushan Rawat

 Prime Minister does not leave an opportunity to quote Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar. RSS has been calling him ‘pratahsmarniya’ and Amit Shah has been going to have food at the ‘Dalit’ localities. BJP has been going wild on its Dalit outreach programme and there is nothing wrong in politics to strengthen its outreach but the question is how would you like Dalits to respond

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A Memory Buried Under The Debris Of Babri Masjid by Rutuja Deshmukh Wakankar

  0 comments   |     by Rutuja Deshmukh Wakankar

On Dec 6, 1992 it was yet another normal day in a small town called Burhanpur, in the southern Madhya-Pradesh. It was often known as Deccan Darvaza, the gateway to Deccan plateau for its militarily important geo-political location during the Mughal period. In those days talking about Mughals was a matter of pride and their rich cultural heritage was valued unlike today. I was about to leave for

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Indian Nation-State Becomes A Prison House For Minorities

  0 comments   |     by Jaspal Singh Sidhu

 At the outset, we must confront a bitter fact that it was a ‘transfer of power’ in 1947 which Indian rulers celebrated as ‘Freedom’ and ‘Independence’. If we use a terse coinage, it was a ‘syst

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India’s New Song on Kashmir - In late October, the Indian regime suddenly announced

  0 comments   |     by SAM Report

In late October, the Indian regime suddenly announced that it was ready to hold a dialogue with “all stakeholders” in Kashmir. At a hurriedly convened press conference in Delhi on October 23, Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh announced that the Modi regime was appointing a new interlocutor authorized to hold talks with all Kashmiri stakeholders including those leading the struggle

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India appears threatened by Chinese projects in Sri Lanka: experts

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India has launched fierce attacks against Chinese commercial activities in Sri Lanka in recent weeks, and moved to secure more projects in Sri Lanka with Japan, in what appears to be desperate moves to maintain its declining influence in Sri Lanka. Chinese experts pointed out on Sunday that India, which has considered Sri Lanka its backyard rather than a sovereign nation, has adopted a very dan

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India’s uneasy stand with China and Russia by SAM Report

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India’s External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj (C) with her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi (R) and Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov before the Russia-India-China Foreign Ministerial Meeting at Jawahar Lal Nehru Bhawan in New Delhi on 11 December 2017. Photo: PTI With the Soviet Union collapsing in 1992, its Foreign Minister Yevgeny Primakov, who became Prime Minister in 1998,

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India isolated by One Belt One Road Initiative by M.K. Bhadrakumar

  0 comments   |     by M.K. Bhadrakumar

From the Indian perspective, today’s announcement by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi that Beijing and Islamabad are open to extending the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to Afghanistan dramatically changes the power dynamic in the region. Wang was speaking at a press conference following the first meeting in Beijing today of the newly created China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Dialogue format a

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