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  • To form consensus, pay heed to the reports of the Senate’s CPEC committee0

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    • September 27, 2018

    To form consensus, pay heed to the reports of the Senate’s CPEC committee By CPEC Watch September 24, 2018 Taj Haider (The author is a former Senator, who headed Senate’s special committee on CPEC from 2015 to 2018. The analysis is based on the author’s experience as head of that committee.) Amid all the debate

  • Indian activists seek unity to protect minority rights0

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    • September 27, 2018

      Event to honor tribal activist Soni Sori told that minorities are suffering orchestrated violence Activist Soni Sori addresses a seminar in New Delhi on Sept. 19. Activists say unity and coordination are needed to ensure minority rights in India. (Photo by Bijay Kumar Minj/ucanews.com) Bijay Kumar Minj, New Delhi India September 27, 2018 Rights activists

  • Former chief justice’s book causes furore in Bangladesh0

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    • September 27, 2018

      Sinha accuses security agencies of intimidating judges to deliver favorable rulings Bangladeshi Attorney General Mahbubey Alam (center) walks through the Supreme Court in this 2016 file picture. He has accused Surendra Kumar Sinha of tarnishing the reputation of the judiciary. (Photo by Munir uz Zaman/AFP) Rock Ronald Rozario and Stephan Uttom, Dhaka Bangladesh September 27,

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  • Counting to Segregate: Behind Assam’s National Register of Citizens (NRC)

    On 31 August, India released the final iteration of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), a list of “genuine Indian citizens” that is being updated on order of the Supreme Court. The final version, which comes after two preliminary drafts published in 2017 and 2018, identified close to 1.9 million as “illegal immigrants”. The second

  • The Kashmiri narrative

    Columbia Journalism Review by Rozina Ali August 28, 2019 In mid-February, a young man named Adil Ahmed Dar killed 44 Indian paramilitary officers in a suicide bombing in Kashmir’s Pulwama district. It was the deadliest attack against Indian soldiers in three decades. Dar was from a local village, but the militant group that claimed responsibility

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