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  • Rohingya Genocide and Clash of Civilizations0

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    • September 11, 2017

    During past few days, the most potent images and videos depicting rivers of blood beheaded children, and dead bodies lying on streets and burning people alive have bought a new debate onto the issue of Rohingya Muslims. This is a continuous progrom of genocide against the Rohingyas. Myanmar otherwise known as Burma was one among

  • Maldives: Nasheed again shoots at combined opposition’s feet?0

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    • September 11, 2017

    N Sathiya Moorthy, 5 September 2017 By repeatedly reiterating that his recent India visit for a seminar organised by a think-tank funded by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) was a ‘signal’ about New Delhi’s current thinking on affairs of his native Indian Ocean archipelago-nation, former president and opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) may have shot

  • Jamaat-Ud-Dawa: Converting Kuffar At Home, Killing Them Abroad0

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    • September 11, 2017

    September 10, 2017 By Hudson Institue By C. Christine Fair* Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD, Society for Proselytization), better known as Lashkar-e-Tayyaba (LeT), is the most capable and competent Islamist militant group operating in South Asia. It gained notoriety for holding the Indian mega-city of Mumbai hostage in November 2008, when it sent several assault teams (fidayeen) to

  • Thirty Years of Jittery Indo-Lanka Relations0

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    • September 11, 2017

    Photo: Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Sri Lankan President J.R. Jayewardene sign the historic Indo-Sri Lanka accord in Colombo on July 29, 1987. File photo. Courtesy of The Hindu. Thirty Years of Jittery Indo-Lanka Relations Viewpoint by Sugeeswara Senadhira* COLOMBO (IDN-INPS) – While there is much written about China’s jittery relations with many of its

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  • DICTATOR’S MUSINGS – THE COUNTRY WILL NOT SURVIVE WITHOUT ME0

    F R Chowdhury Corruption comes in different forms. Corruption for money and wealth is a pervasive one. In politics, another kind of corruption is prevalent – the lust for power. Initially, they would ask for more power so that they can execute development plans more efficiently. But it does not stop there. Then it is

  • Amnesty International INDIA 2016/2017 Annual Report0

    INDIA 2016/2017 The authorities used repressive laws to curb freedom of expression and silence critics. Human rights defenders and organizations continued to face harassment and intimidation, and vigilante cow protection groups carried out several attacks. Thousands protested against discrimination and violence faced by Dalit communities. Millions of people opposed changes to labour laws. Marginalized communities

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