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Category: Asia

The Cost Of Keeping A Secret…

Author Andrew Lownie has created trouble for the British Government by questioning Lord Montbatten‘s role in the Partition of the Indian Subcontinent in 1947. When a London Tribunal was hearing […]

On Questioning…

Dr Partha Sarathi Dasgupta (b. November 17, 1942), the Indian-British Economist, has expressed serious concern over the transition of the Education System in Britain over the years. Recalling his student […]

Finding A Common Ground

The 18th Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of Russia, India and China, popularly known as the RIC Cooperation Organisation, was held online on November 26, and concluded with a lengthy […]

As Water Crisis Swells

One of the largest rivers of the country used to flow through the place, where thousands of people staged protests with placards and posters on November 19. The river-bed has […]

Out Of The Line

A city is going to be built by trimming down the hills, where no car would run as there would be no road for vehicles, and it would be the […]

Era Of Equals?

China released a White Paper, titled ‘China and Africa in the New Era: A Partnership of Equals’, on November 27 (2021). It comes on the eve of the Forum on […]

Discovered In The Sands Of China

They have been discovered quite some time ago, as the Mummies were literally dug out of the hot sands of the Chinese desert. However, Archaeologists did not possess much of […]

Walled In From Different Sides

Many Afghan Army officers had received training from the Officers Training Academy (OTA), situated in the southern Indian city of Chennai. OTA is a training establishment of the Indian Army […]

From US To India Via Germany

It was seen that Germany introduced a rule in August 1939. The Nazi Administration asked parents to register the names of their children – under the age of three, who […]