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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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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, requires concerted medical attention along with appropriate nutritional intake. GLOBAL

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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 let its guard down. BEIJING DOKLAM NIRMALA SITHARAMAN PAKISTAN PRAGMATISM

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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 transformative phase under the Trump administration. Taking a harder line

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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.   FIRECRACKERS POLLUTION SUPREME COURT Managing winter smog in the

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रोहिंग्या संकट: पुख्ता शरणार्थी नीति की जरूरत

    रोहिंग्या संकट: पुख्ता शरणार्थी नीति की जरूरत

DAMINI SINGH भीषण मानवीय संकट से जूझ रहे रोहिंग्या शरणार्थियों ने अंतर्राष्ट्रीय बिरादरी का ध्यान अपनी ओर खींचा है। MYANMAR ROHINGYA म्यांमार के रखाइन क्षेत्र में कुछ पुलिस और सैन्य

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डोकलाम संकट के संदर्भ में नेपाल-चीन संबंध

    डोकलाम संकट के संदर्भ में नेपाल-चीन संबंध

HARI BANSH JHA सन् 2008 में, नेपाल में 239 बरस पुरानी राजशाही व्यवस्था समाप्त होने तक चीन की तिब्बत के मसले को छोड़कर नेपाल के किसी भी मामले में कोई

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How Afghanistan’s war differs from Vietnam

    How Afghanistan’s war differs from Vietnam

M. ASHRAF HAIDARI Afghanistan and Vietnam are two different countries in two different eras, influenced by different ideologies and geopolitics. AFGHANISTAN DONALD TRUMP NATIONAL UNITY GOVERNMENT VIETNAM In a recent New

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Women in the new world order

  Women in the new world order

VIDISHA MISHRA Women must play an equal and active role in framing ethical imperatives and defining prosperity, responsibility and accountability

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Future of Europe

  Future of Europe

HIMANI PANT In the current phase of globalisation, where uncertainty and disruption have become the new norm, Europe is no

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Further of Universal Health Coverage in Asia: Learning from each other

  Further of Universal Health Coverage in Asia: Learning from each other

PRIYANKA SHAH Universal health coverage is really a health system issue. It is not a scheme, it is not a

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New strategic order: Nuclear conundrum

  New strategic order: Nuclear conundrum

YOGESH JOSHI If military strength is the final argument in international politics, nuclear weapons are its most emphatic manifestation. DETERRENCE

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Cybersecurity: The Internet of Risks

  Cybersecurity: The Internet of Risks

BEDAVYASA MOHANTY International cooperation for cybersecurity is paramount in enabling all countries to make use of developmental potential of the

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Lighting for all by Deepawali 2018

  Lighting for all by Deepawali 2018

SANJEEV AHLUWALIA ELECTRICITY RENEWABLE ENERGY Poor or profligate households are often forced to borrow for meeting current expenditure. But most

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Terror Inc.: Combating state and non-state actors

  Terror Inc.: Combating state and non-state actors

KRITI M. SHAH Does non-state terrorism truly exist? Can a terror organisation that is designated as a non-state actor become

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South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 39

  South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 39

MONITORS SEP 26 2017 MYANMAR RAKHINE ROHINGYA SAW SEPTEMBER Country Reports Afghanistan Ghani meets Trump President Ashraf Ghani and US

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German elections: Watch out for AfD

  German elections: Watch out for AfD

NACHIKET KHADKIWALA The AfD will be entering the Bundestag as it is expected to get nine to twelve per cent

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Reading the tea leaves

  Reading the tea leaves

RAKESH SOOD ACT EAST INDIA-JAPAN JAPAN SHINZO ABE In history, defining moments like 9/11 that can be identified as markers

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India’s clever use of the BRICS card in Doklam standoff

  India’s clever use of the BRICS card in Doklam standoff

ABHIJNAN REJ The very institutions that have facilitated China’s prominence can be potentially used to constrain its behaviour and shape

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Let’s cut China some slack

  Let’s cut China some slack

DEEPAK SINHA There is a modicum of double standards being displayed by China — it has had little compunction in

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