• China And India: A New Phase? 0

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    • November 10, 2018

    November 5, 2018 Observer Research Foundation By Harsh V. Pant From Doklam to Wuhan, Sino-Indian relations have taken a great leap in the last year. And it seems more surprises are in the offing. As trade war escalates between the US and China, Beijing is reaching out to India in a major way by underscoring

  • Fresh elections to Lankan parliament on January 5, 2019, new parliament will meet on January 170

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    • November 9, 2018

    By Editor on November 9, 2018 Colombo, Nov 9 ( – Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, late on Friday dissolved Parliament amid a severe political crisis which erupted in the island since Oct 26, a gazette notification said. The notification also said that elections to parliament will be held on January 5, 2019 and the newly elected House

  • Second World War: 75 Years Later, Are Lessons From the Bari Incident Still Relevant?0

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    • November 9, 2018

    Source : Di ignoto – v, Pubblico dominio, Collegamento Kishore Kumar Khera Group Captain Kishore Kumar Khera, VM is a serving fighter pilot of the Indian Air Force.Click here for detailed profile. November 08, 2018 Surprise invariably leads to success in war. On December 2, 1943, the Germans launched an air raid against the Allied naval installation at the

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  • Will Bangladesh polls sans Begum Zia spell victory for PM Hasina?0

    NOV 06 2018 PINAK RANJAN CHAKRAVARTY *    6 November 2018 In a double whammy, Bangladesh’s High Court has dealt another grievous blow to Begum Khaleda Zia, former prime minister and leader of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), the major opposition party. The court enhanced her sentence in a corruption case from 5 to 10

  • Light fading fast for poor Bangladeshi children0

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    • November 9, 2018

    With an EU-funded education project about to end, fears are growing that marginalized students will drop out Hindu mother Sabitri Rani with her daughter Asha at Deshiapara Child Education Center in Pirganj in Thakurgaon district of Bangladesh on Oct. 15. The school, run by the Lighthouse project of Caritas Bangladesh with funding from the European Union, is due to close in December

  • Christians in Indian state seek religious freedom0

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    • November 9, 2018

      Chhattisgarh Christian Forum presents charter of demands to political parties before election Arun Pannalal, president of the ecumenical Chhattisgarh Christian Forum, addresses a gathering on Oct. 21 in state capital Raipur. The forum has presented a set of demands to political parties seeking to end violence against Christians. (Photo provided) Saji Thomas, Bhopal India


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  • Not Only in Ladakh, India Losing Ground in Bangladesh Too

    by Taj Hashmi 18 June 2020 We know things are not going well in regards to India’s relationship with China. On 5th/6th May, China captured around sixty square kilometre of Indian territory in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh, which is strategically important to all the three countries in the region, China, India, and Pakistan. On 14th/15th

  • Fear of the unknown: Hysteria in Bangladesh

    by Ajmal Sobhan 17 June 2020 When Minhaz Khan passed away three weeks back in Dhaka, he had been terminally ill for a few years. With advanced Parkinson’s disease, he had been living under the care of a live-in nurse in his own home. He was dependent on the nurse for feeding, bodily functions, and

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