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  • Costs if India abrogates Indus Water Treaty

    Costs if India abrogates Indus Water Treaty1

    Introduction Water is a critical resource without which the very existence of human being is unthinkable.  Though 70 percent of the earth’s surface is water, access to water to man is uneven. The situation becomes critical as economies of nations continue to grow, new growth centers emerge, more and more industries come up fueling demand

  • No Action On Ongoing Repression Of Myanmar’s Muslims

    No Action On Ongoing Repression Of Myanmar’s Muslims0

    In one of its recent reporting the Guardian reports that at the entrance to Thaungtan village in Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta a brand-new signasserts, “No Muslims allowed to stay overnight. No Muslims allowed rent houses. No marriage with Muslims.” Al-Jajeera also reports of similar rise in systematic eviction, rape, loot and arson of Rohingyas (the Muslim

  • Court gives PPM to Yameen, Gayoom’s options narrow down

    Court gives PPM to Yameen, Gayoom’s options narrow down0

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    • October 27, 2016

    Political options seem to be narrowing down for former President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom after the Maldives High Court handed over the ruling Progressive Party of Maldives (PPM) to the charge of incumbent and half-brother, Abdulla Yameen. In doing so, the High Court upheld an equally fast-tracked civil court proceeding, and after Gayoom had publicly hoped

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  • The Role of China for the Socio-economic Progress in South Asia

      by Dr. Salehuddin Ahmed     16 January 2022 China is a growing influence on other developing economies through trade, investment, and ideas. Since opening up to foreign trade and investment and implementing wide-ranging reforms in 1979, China has been among the world’s fastest-growing economies, with real annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth averaging

  • Bangladesh-China relations: Advancing on firm footings

      by Serajul Islam     9 January 2022 Bangladesh-China relations are excellent at present. Better still, they are on an ascending trajectory. In a country where all relations in the public domain are reflected and judged in the context of the country’s glorious War of Liberation of 1971, Bangladesh-China relations are an exception. China had

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