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  • India: Bloodthirsty vegetarians!0

    The substantial question is whether anyone in a country governed by rule of law can forcibly restrict the choice of another citizen is strictly personal matters Published: 01st March 2020 By Pushpesh Pant  For years one had lived under the illusion that the vegetarians are essentially non-violent people who eschew meat as they believe that

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  • Bangladesh and the art of balancing0

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    • September 26, 2019

    By Pinak Ranjan Chakravarty|  26th September 2019 An enduring characteristic of the post-Westphalian era of nation states is the concept of power balance. While this largely played out in Europe where nations started respecting fixed borders, the concept gathered steam in the centuries that followed and became firmly embedded in geopolitics. Large and powerful states,

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  • Kashmir; Curfewed nights0

    Despite encounters and search operations keeping South Kashmir on the edge, the Sheikhs ensure a Ramzan tradition — walking down the streets and waking up people for the pre-dawn meal of sehri. Written by Adil Akhzer |June 2, 2019 RELATED NEWS J&K: Two militants killed in encounter with security personnel in Anantnag LeT commander, aide killed in

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  • India; 2 arrests over meat0

    Once again in Dadri 12 km from Bisara, tension hangs over a village after 2 arrests over meat. Families deny charges, including of illegal arms, in an area ‘cautious’ since Akhlaq’s case by Ankita Dwivedi Johri | June 2, 2019 RELATED NEWS Dadri lynching: No question of returning home, just hope case moves quickly, says Akhlaq’s kin

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