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  • Maldives: Opposition Gets Its Domestic Act Together, Overseas Now

    Maldives: Opposition Gets Its Domestic Act Together, Overseas Now0

    In the first major effort of its kind after a series of street-protests in Male in the first half of 2015, the political opposition against Maldives President Abdulla Yameen has formed a joint grouping at a London meet. In a tactical move, possibly aimed at seeking international recognition of whatever kind possible, they have also

  • Justice for Tanu: The rise of micro-democracy in Bangladesh

    Justice for Tanu: The rise of micro-democracy in Bangladesh0

    Violence against women is not a new phenomenon in the transitional societies of South Asia. Since the ancient period to today’s post-modern era the prevalence and forms of violence against women are muddling through clouds to darken the dawn of gender equality within the sphere of family, education, profession, culture, politics, economy, religion, and society

  • Elections and the Bangladesh focus

    Elections and the Bangladesh focus0

    The election results of Assam and West Bengal generated two distinctive responses in Bangladesh. While the oath-taking ceremony of Sarbananda Sonowal led by the BJP government generated some apprehensions regarding the muscular BJP policy towards the sensitive issue of illegal immigration and the likely repercussion on bilateral relations, Mamata Banerjee’s re-election in West Bengal generated

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  • India: BJP lawmaker-India should invade Bangladesh

    dhakatribune.com Shilajit Kar Bhowmik, Agartala October 1st, 2018 Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) MP Subramanian Swamy Twitter Swamy also said that Pakistan is run by the military, ISI and terrorists and called Imran Khan a peon [office boy who runs errands] India’s ruling Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) parliamentarian of the Rajya Sabha (Upper House of the

  • Biden Admin Official Held Meeting With the Leader of a Fascist Militia in India

    U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.S. Ambassador to India Atul Keshap (back right), deliver remarks to civil society organization representatives in a meeting room at the Leela Palace Hotel in New Delhi, India, on July 28, 2021.JONATHAN ERNST / POOL / AFP via Getty Images By Basav Sen, Foreign Policy in Focus Published

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