• HRW slams India’s treatment of minorities0

    Rights group’s world report accuses BJP-led government of promoting Hindu supremacy and ultra-nationalism Hundreds of civil society members protest in New Delhi in this June 2017 photo about incidents of mob lynching across India. Human Rights Watch has criticised the government’s inaction over violence against religious minorities. (Photo by Bijay Kumar Minj/ucanews.com) ucanews.com reporter, New Delhi India January 30, 2018 Civil

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  • Hate crime: A new norm in India0

    by Muzamil Yaqoob    29/1/2018 In their charge sheet filed in the court of the Rajsamand chief judicial magistrate on Friday, police stated Regar linked Afarajul’s death to love jihad, Article 370, Islamic terrorism so that his illicit relations with the woman would not be discovered. (HT: 15 Jan 2018). The half-burned body of Muslim

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  • China’s overshadowing profile in the East! 0

    by  Sudhanshu Tripathi      28/1/2018 Undoubtedly China has successfully established several grand examples of unparalleled growth and progress surpassing all countries in South Asia as well as the whole world. Its fast-progressing economy, state of the art achievements in the field of science and technology and achieving a problematic target of child-birth control have

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  • Development challenges Bangladesh faces0

    Implementation of the Development challenges Bangladesh faces: Challenges and way forward Shamsul Alam | January 25, 2018 Development of Bangladesh is about defying various odds ranging from frequent devastating disasters to managing the highly dense population and emerging as a development puzzle. Social achievement in Bangladesh has superseded the economic one. Recognition from the international

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  • Modi’s big chance to put ‘Act East’ into action0

    Michael Kugelman | Sunday 21 January 2018 On Jan. 25, 10 Southeast Asian leaders will descend on New Delhi for this year’s India-ASEAN summit. For Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, there’s much at stake. He won’t just be serving as host for this high-level event — he will also be seizing an opportunity to showcase

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  • Rising Urban Unemployment & Farming Woes Confront India0

    by Gaurav Tyagi      15.1.2018 Results of the Gujarat provincial elections held in December 2017 were declared on 18th December. This province is the home base of Indian Prime Minister Narender Modi and his chief strategist, Amit Shah. Modi’s party BJP emerged as the largest party and formed the government in Gujarat however, BJP’s

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  • South Asia 2018: A few prospects0

    Luciane Noronha M. de Oliveira South Asia is one of the most unstable regions of the world. Last year, the subcontinent saw old issues becoming more complex and new problems that will continue to shape and influence its countries’ domestic politics and the security environment this year. This article aims to point out three critical

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