• Education Reforms in Indian Union Budget 2017-2018: What Pakistan Can Learn From Them?

    Education Reforms in Indian Union Budget 2017-2018: What Pakistan Can Learn From Them?0

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    • February 13, 2017

    Education Reforms in Indian Union Budget 2017-2018: What Pakistan Can Learn From Them? Source: tribune.com.pk Maria Amjad On 1st February 2017, Indian Finance Minister Aryan Jaitley presented the Unionist Budget of India for the year 2017-2018. The very next day, newspapers in Pakistan were brimming with the news of 10 percent hikes in Indian defense

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  • The Jury Is Out: Armed Forces, Not India, Stalled JRJ’s ‘Jaffna Advance’0

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    • February 13, 2017

    The Jury Is Out: Armed Forces, Not India, Stalled JRJ’s ‘Jaffna Advance’ N Sathiya Moorthy, The Sunday Leader, Colombo, 12 February 2017 It’s sad that based merely on speculative assessments that India’s ‘Operation Garland’ of air-dropping food and medicines to the civilian population, bilateral relations had been allowed to flounder It needs to be recalled that

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  • EXCLUSIVE – Going into politics: Detained Pakistani militant tests the system0

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    • February 12, 2017

    EXCLUSIVE – Going into politics: Detained Pakistani militant tests the system By Azaz Syed by James M. Dorsey Muhammad Hafez Saeed, the recently detained UN and US-designated global terrorist and one of the world’s most wanted men, plans to register his group, Jama’at-ud-Dawa (JuD), widely seen as a front for another proscribed organization, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT),

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  • Election Commission; Nepal, Bangladesh and a Reality Check in South Asia

    Election Commission; Nepal, Bangladesh and a Reality Check in South Asia0

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    • February 12, 2017

    Election Commission; Nepal, Bangladesh and a Reality Check in South Asia (Excerpted from his work in Bengali) M Sakhawat Hossain Lately, I have been working on a research project on Electoral Administration, Election Commission and the appropriate support that needs to be accorded to the Commission. It requires an extensive study. So I started with

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  • Bangladesh’s Submarines from China: Implications for Bay of Bengal Security

    Bangladesh’s Submarines from China: Implications for Bay of Bengal Security0

    Bangladesh’s Submarines from China: Implications for Bay of Bengal Security Nilanthi Samaranayake Synopsis Bangladesh’s acquisition of two submarines from China should not be narrowly viewed through the prism of India-China geopolitics. Rather, it should be understood in a wider context as a milestone by a modernising naval power in the Bay of Bengal. Commentary THE

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  • DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF DEMOCRACY

    DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF DEMOCRACY0

    Palace of Westminster, London DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF DEMOCRACY Government of the people, by the people and for the people (No. 1 of series to be published in the future) F R Chowdhury We all know democracy means “government of the people, by the people and for the people” as stated by Abraham Lincoln. But there

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  • Trump pressured to confront Pakistan on support for militants

    Trump pressured to confront Pakistan on support for militants0

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    • February 10, 2017

    Trump pressured to confront Pakistan on support for militants By James M. Dorsey Pressure on the Trump administration is mounting to adopt a tougher position towards Pakistani support of militants in Afghanistan as well as Pakistan itself. The pressure comes from a chorus of voices that include the US military, members of Congress from both

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