• The ‘Berlin Wall Collapse’ That Modi Is Counting on to Win 20 Million Votes0

    | Fast Forward | OZY By Maroosha Muzaffar • MAR 18 2019 Why you should care For the country’s 20 million Sikhs, the struggle to visit the religion’s holiest shrine has been a pain point for generations.Punjab view mapCreated with Raphaël 2.1.0Created with Raphaël 2.1.0 27,743,338Population PunjabiSpoken Languages $7845GDP Per Capita ChandigarhCapital City In the

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  • Farmers on India-Pakistan border fear for lives, crops0

    Farmers on India-Pakistan border fear for lives, crops- Umar Manzoor Shah, Srinagar , India 18 March 2019 Vijay Kumar gives a tour of his farm to show how close it is to the India-Pakistan border. He fears his crops may be destroyed and the lives of his family imperiled if the conflict between the nuclear-armed archrivals over the

  • Is This the Last Dalai Lama?0

    Charles McQuillan—Getty Images The Dalai Lama gives a public talk during a Children in Crossfire conference in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, September 10, 2017. Jessica Batke 15 March 2019 Jessica Batke is a ChinaFile Senior Editor. She is an expert on China’s domestic political and social affairs, and served as the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence


  • Learning to live with Pakistan – terrorism and worse?0

    The broad arguments for the war-psyche in India just now are based on the incontrovertible belief that Pakistan, whether Deep State or not, is incorrigible. N Sathiya Moorthy  11 March 2018  Post-Pulwama terror attack and subsequent air-strikes, an air of hyper-nationalism is getting increasingly ventilated, by a section of the political class and also the

  • Sri Lanka: To Geneva, thru Mannar and Jaffna?0

    N Sathiya Moorthy 11 March 2019 Reports that TNA’s Mullaitivu District MP, Nirmalanathan Sivamohan, wants the ‘Mannar mass-grave samples’ sent to a second lab for testing after one in Florida, US, has certified their age between mid-fifteenth to mid-eighteenth century, may require the party to clarify its position in the matter. Maybe, there is also

  • Kazakh police raid raises spectre of China’s long arm0

    By James M. Dorsey 11 March 2019 A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud, Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn and Tumblr A police raid on a Kazakh group documenting the plight of Kazakhs and Uyghurs caught in a brutal crackdown in China’s north-western province of Xinjiang is about more than a government seeking

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