• India: Primary Education0

    By Eduardo Faleiro 8 May 2019 On July 2016, the State Government constituted a Committee on Education to study the system of grants and financial support to Government and Government aided primary schools and to recommend measures to improve their overall efficiency. The Committee submitted its report last January. It has not been made public.

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  • Assessing the Varying Dynamics of Tourism Development in Manipur: Interrogating National and State Policies0

    by Moirangmayum Naresh Singh 7 May 2019 Introduction Tourism is one of the biggest industries in the 21st century as it is even expecting to grow faster in coming centuries. In various tourist hot-spots across the globe, transportation and communication and other allied services are always well upgraded. In addition, attentions are is being paid

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  • Status of Pakistani Terror Laws Revisited0

    Dr. Rajkumar Singh 6 May 2019 Today Pakistan is unable to contain the forces of anarchy it has unleashed. The struggle to establish a parliamentary democracy in a federal setting has been handicapped by inter-ethnic strife, social strains, fragmented elite, praetorian rule, and the influences of external power– both regional and global. Since independence, ‘the

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  • Sri Lanka: Where from here, the blasts-probe?0

    N Sathiya Moorthy  6 May 2019  In an interview to BBC, Sri Lanka Army (SLA) Army chief, Lt-Gen Mahesh Senanayake,  has said that the Easter bombers had visited Kashmir, Kerala and the Karnataka capital of Bengaluru (or, Bangalore, as it used to be known) for ‘some sort of training’. In another interview, this one to

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  • Strategic Regional Security; Heightening Tensions in South Asia following Trump’s exit from the INF Treaty0

    May 05, 2019 by Inoka Perera Trump’s unilateral withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty marks increased tensions of an arms race in South Asia, potentially escalating rivalries between India and China leading to the possible proliferation of the already growing nuclear skirmishes between the two regional powers; India and Pakistan. Geostrategically positioned U.S.

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  • Indian Election: A Limited Thriller0

    Michael Kugelman 3 May 2019 The world is watching the Indian election. Sort of BACK IN SEPTEMBER 2014, when Narendra Modi was in Washington for his first visit as prime minister, I remember standing outside near the White House and doing a live interview with an Indian television reporter—one of many that had converged on

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  • Making sense of the Sri Lankan Tragedy0

    By Habib Siddiqui 3 May 2019 Thanks to the state and non-state actors, our world is increasingly becoming insecure and unsafe for ordinary civilians. No place is safe and secure for them! On the Easter Sunday (April 21, 2019) 253 civilians died and another 500 injured in Sri Lanka as a result of a series

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