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As China kicks off party congress, all eyes on Xi Jinping

    As China kicks off party congress, all eyes on Xi Jinping

MANOJ JOSHI In the last five years, Xi has established unprecedented control over the party and the government. But this also means his mistakes and missteps have been magnified. COMMUNIST

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कांग्रेस को ले कर माकपा के आंतरिक विरोध

    कांग्रेस को ले कर माकपा के आंतरिक विरोध

SATISH MISRA भाजपा से मुकाबला करने के लिए गैर-वामपंथी सेकुलर पार्टियों के साथ तालमेल को ले कर माकपा पूरी तरह बंटी हुई है। BHARATIYA JANATA PARTY CPM INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

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डोकलाम के बाद भी अड़चनों भरी है आगे की राह

    डोकलाम के बाद भी अड़चनों भरी है आगे की राह

NIDHI RAZDAN भारत ने डोकलाम गतिरोध का सामना भले ही बेहद परिपक्वता और संयम से किया है, लेकिन भारत अपनी सतर्कता में किसी तरह की कोताही बरतने की स्थिति में

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क्यों महत्वपूर्ण है सीपीसी की 19वीं कांग्रेस

    क्यों महत्वपूर्ण है सीपीसी की 19वीं कांग्रेस

MANOJ JOSHI 90 मिलियन की संख्या वाली सीपीसी नेतृत्व का पंक्तिबद्ध समूह (लाइनअप) 200 सदस्यीय केंद्रीय समिति एवं इतनी ही संख्या में वैकल्पिक सदस्यों से जाहिर है, जिनका चयन इस

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South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 42

    South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 42

MONITORS OCT 17 2017 OCTOBER SOUTH ASIA SOUTH ASIA WEEKLY Country Reports Afghanistan Drone-strike kills 14 A US drone strike has killed 14 ISIS militants in eastern Kunar province on

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Why silk road mayors gather in Kabul

    Why silk road mayors gather in Kabul

RAISINA DEBATES OCT 17 2017 AFGHANISTAN HEART OF ASIA SILK ROAD The Afghan cities of Kabul, Balkh, Herat, Kandahar, and Bamyan constituted some of the key ancient cities, through which

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Sloppy CBI-police work gives a ‘licence’ to kill?

    Sloppy CBI-police work gives a ‘licence’ to kill?

SANJEEV AHLUWALIA In our topsy-turvy, anything-is-possible, adversarial, judicial system, the better argued case inevitably wins. CBI INDIAN MEDIA JUDICIARY Rajesh and Nupur Talwar were having an impromptu pre-birthday celebration for

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Shunning Rohingya refugees is a bad geopolitical strategy for India

    Shunning Rohingya refugees is a bad geopolitical strategy for India

MANOJ JOSHI India’s relationships with Bangladesh, Myanmar and China hang in the balance. MYANMAR RAKHINE ROHINGYA The Supreme Court has called on the government to approach the Rohingya issue with a judicious

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Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLVII

  Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLVII

AFRICA WEEKLY OCT 16 2017 AFRICA AFRICA MONITOR OCTOBER The Continent EU, group of 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific states

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Childhood wasting in India on rise: Here’s what should be done

  Childhood wasting in India on rise: Here’s what should be done

SHALINI RUDRA Wasting is easily reversible once the impact of infectious disease recedes and health status improve. Severe wasting, however,

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Cities, not nation states, are likely to script the next age

  Cities, not nation states, are likely to script the next age

AKHIL DEO It is almost certain that cities will script the story of our future. If India is to capitalise

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Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 18

  Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 18

ENERGY NEWS MONITOR OCT 16 2017 Source: Dmitry Eliuseev ENERGY MONITOR ENM OCTOBER RENEWABLE ENERGY MONSOON RAINS EXPOSE LOGISTICAL HURDLES FOR

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Abe’s snap elections: Will the gamble pay off?

  Abe’s snap elections:  Will the gamble pay off?

K. V. KESAVAN ABE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF JAPAN JAPAN Japan is scheduled to go to the polls on October 22

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CPI-M’s dilemma: Who is No. 1 enemy – BJP or Congress?

SATISH MISRA CPM LEFT The Communist Party of India (Marxist) is currently facing an existential crisis caught in a serious

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Exploring new drivers in India-Russia cooperation

OCCASIONAL PAPERS OCT 12 2017 ALEKSEI ZAKHAROV INDIA-RUSSIA The 70th anniversary of Russia-India relations is an opportune time to make a

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After Doklam, the road ahead is paved with bumps

NIDHI RAZDAN While India handled the Doklam face-off with a great degree of maturity and restraint, India cannot afford to

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US should be tougher in giving aids and arms to Pakistan: Pressler

EVENT REPORTS PreviousNext Photolabs@ORF 2017 Oct 12 PAKISTAN ARMY The United States of America’s South Asia policy is in a

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Downgrading the military: Conspiracy theory or fact

DEEPAK SINHA INDIAN ARMED FORCES INDIAN DEFENCE Frankly, if what is burning up the wires on social media groups of

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Costly flip-flops over ban on firecrackers

SANJEEV AHLUWALIA The CPCB has yet to submit the report due on January 11, 2017, on the air pollution impact.

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China’s Military Modernisation: Recent trends

  China’s Military Modernisation: Recent trends

ISSUE BRIEFS AND SPECIAL REPORTS OCT 11 2017 KARTIK BOMMAKANTI MILITARY MODERNISATION PLA The emergence of the People’s Republic of

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