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Category: South Asia

Ensuring Justice In Democracy

Students of Political Science learn two definitions of Politics at the very beginning of their undergraduate studies. While American Political Scientist and Communications Theorist Harold Dwight Lasswell (February 13, 1902 […]

A Not-So-Tender Tender

In a rare first, India has decided to import coal from foreign countries on a regular basis. The Coal India Limited (CIL), an Indian Government-owned coal mining and refining corporation, […]

Suppression Of Expression

The mighty State Power is trying hard to destroy the Press in a fancy way, across the globe. In different parts of the world, Governments have come out with new […]

Adversity Turned Into Opportunity

It is a dream comes true for Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed, as she inaugurated the Padma Multipurpose Bridge on June 25, 2022. Time and again, Prime Minister Hasina […]

Escaping Economic Crisis

The little children are in panic, as they have experienced a lot of harassment in recent times. Their future, too, is uncertain. Risking their lives, these children, along with their […]

Recognising Her Work & Legacy

American pioneering art historian Stella Kramrisch (May 29, 1896 – August 31, 1993) had arrived in India in 1922 at the invitation of great Indian poet and philosopher Rabindranath Tagore […]

A Relatively Quiet Trial Run

Iran and Russia have tested a new trade corridor to transport commodities via India. As the US and its Western allies have imposed economic sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine […]

Distorted, Wilfully…

Muhi al-Din Muhammad (1618 – March 3, 1707), commonly known as Aurangzeb, was the sixth and last effective Emperor of the Mughal Empire, who had ruled South Asia from July […]

On Flawed Perspective Of World’s Problems

Indian Minister of External Affairs Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar recently sent a strong message to Europe, saying that Europe’s problems should not be considered as global problems. Speaking at the Globsec […]