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Making Modi’s ‘Bharat to Bhutan’ vision work

    Making Modi’s ‘Bharat to Bhutan’ vision work

MIHIR BHONSALE The India-Bhutan relations will complete 50 years in 2018. Now, it should continue to build on the vision expressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi — ‘Bharat to Bhutan

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Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLV

    Africa Monitor | Vol VI Issue XLV

AFRICA WEEKLY SEP 18 2017 ‘Back To School’ Programme in Burundi Source: United Nations Photo/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 AFRICA AFRICA MONITOR SEPTEMBER The Continent Biggest Indian tour delegation gears for Rwanda

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Choppy waters

    Choppy waters

HARSH V. PANT A pic of North Korea’s leader and Military Tanks going viral on social media NORTH KOREA Another round of sanctions has been imposed on North Korea by

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Countering violent extremism: Lessons for India

    Countering violent extremism: Lessons for India

ISSUE BRIEFS AND SPECIAL REPORTS SEP 14 2017 Countering violent extremism: Lessons for India MAYA MIRCHANDANI CVE ONLINE RADICALISATION Introduction In late 2016, India’s National Investigation Agency dealt with a

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Leveraging technology for trust: A blockchain-based Aadhar?

    Leveraging technology for trust: A blockchain-based Aadhar?

MEGHNA BAL AADHAAR BLOCKCHAIN While the decision of the nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court on the Right to Privacy gives much cause for celebration, it also merits a pause

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Problems in export led growth

    Problems in export led growth

JAYSHREE SENGUPTA EXPORTS The new Commerce Minister Mr. Suresh Prabhu has shown keen interest in reviving exports and is pushing for export led growth. Many economists have also been commenting

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Pollution-free progress? Ambient air quality in India and China

    Pollution-free progress? Ambient air quality in India and China

SHALINI RUDRA PRIYANKA SHAH People practicing Tai Chi in Shanghai as heavy smog engulfs the city POLLUTION SDGS THE CHINA CHRONICLES This is the thirty second part in the series The

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Coup by Court — The Pakistani Army’s new modus operandi

    Coup by Court — The Pakistani Army’s new modus operandi

VINAYAK DALMIA In earlier coups, the Army used the Court as an afterthought to “justify” its actions. Now for the time the Court was used as the first port of call

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The past in the present: Civilisational heritage and Indian soft power

    The past in the present: Civilisational heritage and Indian soft power

SHANTANU KISHWAR A 15th century treasure in the heart of Delhi: Agrasen ki Baoli Source: Prateek During the last three years,

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India and Latin America: Where ignorance is not bliss

    India and Latin America: Where ignorance is not bliss

ISSUE BRIEFS AND SPECIAL REPORTS SEP 12 2017 HARSH V. PANT YAMINI SHARMA LATIN AMERICA India and South America have

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A new twist in Kenyan politics

    A new twist in Kenyan politics

H. H. S. VISWANATHAN At an election rally of incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta KENYA In a historic judgment for Kenya

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Kurdish independence in Iraq: Not much to cheer about

    Kurdish independence in Iraq: Not much to cheer about

AVIJIT GOEL The inching of the Kurds towards total independence in Iraq might have little to cheer about immediately. Mustafa

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Nasheed again shoots at combined opposition’s feet?

    Nasheed again shoots at combined opposition’s feet?

N. SATHIYA MOORTHY Unlike in the past, Yameen seems clear that he would not move a rung down to accommodate

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South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 37

    South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 37

MONITORS SEP 11 2017 South Asia Weekly Report | Vol. X Issue 37 Rohingyas crossing over to Bangladesh SAW SEPTEMBER

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States should spend more on nutrition

    States should spend more on nutrition

MALANCHA CHAKRABARTY Greater fiscal autonomy has not yet translated into higher spending on nutrition by states ICDS NUTRITION Mohandas Karamchand

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BRICS was no victory for India: Why China won’t break ties with Pakistan

    BRICS was no victory for India: Why China won’t break ties with Pakistan

MANOJ JOSHI The challenge is to enable Islamabad to make a soft-landing rather than a crash that can have unpredictable

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Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 13

    Energy News Monitor | Volume XIV; Issue 13

ENERGY NEWS MONITOR SEP 11 2017 ENERGY MONITOR ENM SEPTEMBER COAL SQUEEZED BETWEEN SURPLUS SUPPLY AND DEFICIENT DEMAND Coal News

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India’s balancing act in Myanmar

    India’s balancing act in Myanmar

HARSH V. PANT India’s approach to Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis demonstrates the tension between its geopolitical interests and values. PM Modi

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Army chief General Rawat has said nothing that should worry China

    Army chief General Rawat has said nothing that should worry China

MANOJ JOSHI General Bipin Rawat was speaking at a seminar on the “future contours and trends of warfare”.This is the

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China challenges the US position in human space exploration

    China challenges the US position in human space exploration

VIDYA SAGAR REDDY AVUTHU China has decided to construct its own space station. It has even approached the United Nations

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