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Pallavi Aiyar
The second part of the comparative study on India and Indonesia and the challenges they face.
Web | Aug 02, 2015
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Pallavi Aiyar
A list of the most fundamental challenges confronting India today could just as well be Indonesia's...
Web | Aug 01, 2015
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Pragya Singh
The unusual predicament of three workers symbolises the exploitation Indian labour faces in Malaysia…
Web | Aug 01, 2015
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Pradeep Mishra , Pritam Sengupta
All the chatter from around the world.
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015
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Nabanita Sircar
The place made famous in the Swinging Sixties by the likes of the Beatles, Muhammad Ali, Tom Jones and Dusty Springfield is back after 35 years.
Web | Jul 28, 2015
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Pranay Sharma
India has engaged with Iran in the past, but it has also faltered. An early visit by Narendra Modi to Tehran is therefore essential...
Web | Jul 27, 2015
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Images of the dwarf planet captured by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft.
Web | Jul 25, 2015
Kalyani Shankar
Former Nepal prime minister Prachanda on Maoism, the mistakes he committed as prime minister and the lessons he learnt
Magazine | Aug 03, 2015
George Monbiot
History repeatedly warns us to be wary of politicians making themselves look big by inflating security threats
Web | Jul 23, 2015
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Uri Avnery
They are much too clever to build a nuclear weapon. What for? It would devour huge amounts of money. They know that they would never be able to use it. Same as Israel, with its large stockpile.
Web | Jul 21, 2015
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Pranay Sharma
On the eve of a sanction-free life, a bruised but proud Iran wears its elegant look and is poised for prosperity
Magazine | Jul 27, 2015
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Outlook
Iranian film maker Manijeh Hekmat speaks about Iran, its women and other issues.
Magazine | Jul 27, 2015
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A letter from 345 civil society organisations on the wrong direction of the current WTO talks...
Web | Jul 16, 2015
Mary Evelyn Tucker
An encyclical is the highest-level teaching document in the Catholic Church, and this is the first in 2000 years concerned with the environment.
Web | Jul 15, 2015
Pope Francis
Pope Francis' speech at the Second World Meeting of the Popular Movements in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia
Web | Jul 15, 2015
Uri Avnery
How can Greece survive without more money? I don't know. I strongly suspect that no one else does, either. Including the Nobel Prize laureates.
Web | Jul 14, 2015
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George Monbiot
EU has succumbed so catastrophically to reactionary forces that there is little left to defend.
Web | Jul 14, 2015
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Nabanita Sircar
In an otherwise orderly nation that is known for queuing up, police had to be called in at places to maintain order.
Web | Jul 13, 2015
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Aakar Patel
Pakistan has not changed a single thing. It is the BJP and its unhinged supporters who have changed. And this is a very good thing.
Web | Jul 12, 2015
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Zorawar Daulet Singh
Modi's regional policy is responding to a changing geopolitical setting, which is making a hardline posture on Pakistan difficult to sustain.
Web | Jul 11, 2015
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