Dr. Chandra Prakash Singh is a Professor in the Department of History at BNMU, West Campus, P.G.Centre, Saharsa, Bihar, India.
by Dr. Chandra Prakash Singh 24 January 2020 In course of time Sri Lanka became a mosaic of cultural, religious, ethnic and logistic diversities. Sinhalese and Tamils are the most dominating communities. The heterogeneous nature of Sri Lanka is instrumental in generating a plethora of internal and external threats to the nation. Since 1833 theREAD MORE
by Dr. Chandra Prakash Singh 29 November 2019 The root cause of the birth of the Maoist movement in Nepal was the extreme inequality in income and political power. In February 1996, indeed the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) Moist launched the people’s war as the then government ignored their 40-point demands. Unfortunately, the governmentREAD MORE
by Chandra Prakash Singh 23 October 2019 The word ‘Madhesh’ implies much more than a physical composition of the space that stretches across the southern belt of Nepal. It includes the cultural and lingual space that exists as a basis of identity amongst the people residing in the region. It has also a definite andREAD MORE
by Chandra Prakash Singh 23 August 2019 The winds of change began blowing in the thirties when anti-Rana organisations were formed and the Prachanda Gurkha in 1931, and the Praja Parishad in 1935. Several Nepalese leaders of the time including B.P. Koirala and D.R. Regmi took a very active role in Indian Nationalist movement andREAD MORE
Thus, keeping in view the then regional and global context, India in 1991, initiated its new Look East Policy, which marked a strategic shift in India’s perspective of the world. The qualitative and structural changes brought about by the end of the cold war led to the new orientations in the foreign policies of IndiaREAD MORE