• Water Energy Projects in Nepal: An Opportunity for India0

    by Dr. Rajkumar Singh 20 May 2019 Very recently in February 2019, the Indian government has proposed the construction of Lower Arun Hydropower project in Nepal with a capacity of 400 megawatts. It was decided in a meeting with Minister for Energy, Water Resource and Irrigation Barshaman Pun at New Delhi on and, Indian Minister

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  • The Durand Line Issue0

    The Durand Line is a 2,200-kilometre debated border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. It was set up in 1893 between Sir Mortimer Durand, a British negotiator and respectful hireling of the British Raj, and Abdur Rahman Khan, the Afghan Amir, to settle the constraint of their circles of impact and make stride discretionary relations and exchange

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  • Manning: US Working Class War Hero and The Global Implications0

    This short article is an update on the recent developments in the mysterious saga surrounding Assange and; the near blanket suppression of publicly available information on the state of affairs with regard to Manning. It has implications in South Asia, (and, Globally) of the consequences of holding Authorities to Account and the enduring struggle for

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  • The wages of censorship0

    Self-censorship is not uncommon in today’s world, but it is usually the result of threat by a government, writes William Milam by William MilamMay 17, 2019 in News & Analysis, Comment 0Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Earlier this week I attended a lecture by the eminent American historian of early American culture, Joanne Freeman of

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  • India: Taking election reforms forward — and seemingly, too0

    With the current poll processes are expected to come to a close long before the month-end, the Election Commission may need to address the two questions that elections 2019 has raised. N Sathiya Moorthy 20 May 2019  During the pendency first and currency, as well of the current round of elections, the EC argued before

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  • INDIA’S UNCANNY HISTORY: WHO DOES NOT KNOW?2

    by Usman Ali Khan 16 May 2019 In South Asia, an Aesopian nuclear struggle to achieve the maximum is underway by India, keeping in mind the continuous development of its defence capabilities. Its struggle to achieve the peak is moving steadily forward without great exertion but with abundant support. India since independence has sought to

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  • Walking A Tightrope: Pakistan Struggles To Juggle Multiple Balls0

    By James M. Dorsey 16 May 2019 Pakistan risks falling off the tightrope it walks as it attempts to balance its relations with rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran. Developments in recent days, including this weekend’s Baloch nationalist attack on a luxury hotel in the strategic port city of Gwadar and a legal dispute over completion

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