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Bihar's Chhath Festival Enjoys National Prominence in India
November 12, 2013
Bihar's Chhath Festival Enjoys National Prominence in India
The celebration of Bihar’s Chhath festival signals the rise of Bihari customs in Indian society.
Bihar's Chhath Festival Enjoys National Prominence in India
After Hakimullah: The New Face of the Pakistani Taliban
November 12, 2013
After Hakimullah: The New Face of the Pakistani Taliban
The new elected face of Pakistani Taliban is Mullah Fazlullah.
After Hakimullah: The New Face of the Pakistani Taliban
Friend and Foe in Pakistan
November 11, 2013
Friend and Foe in Pakistan
The responses of Imran Khan and other Pakistani politicians to Taliban attacks and deaths are hard to reconcile with reality.
Friend and Foe in Pakistan
Tourism Threatens the Environment in India's Andaman Islands
November 08, 2013
Tourism Threatens the Environment in India's Andaman Islands
Increasing tourism threatens the diverse marine life of India’s popular Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Tourism Threatens the Environment in India's Andaman Islands
Geography's Curse: India's Vulnerable 'Chicken's Neck'
November 08, 2013
Geography's Curse: India's Vulnerable 'Chicken's Neck'
The Siliguri Corridor is a terrifyingly vulnerable artery in India’s geography.
Geography's Curse: India's Vulnerable 'Chicken's Neck'
India Must Develop its North-Eastern States
November 06, 2013
India Must Develop its North-Eastern States
Indian politicians have long treated the North-East as unimportant. This must change.
India Must Develop its North-Eastern States
Afghanistan’s Future is Brighter Than You Think
November 06, 2013
Afghanistan’s Future is Brighter Than You Think
Most believe Afghanistan is doomed following NATO’s withdrawal. The country’s youth will ensure it prevails.
Afghanistan’s Future is Brighter Than You Think
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy
November 05, 2013
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy
What does Narendra Modi believe about India’s international relations?
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy
India's Other Border Problem
November 02, 2013
India's Other Border Problem
The opening of new Chinese highway in Tibet raises questions about the future of Arunachal Pradesh.
India's Other Border Problem
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October 31, 2013
A "God" Retires in India
India’s greatest cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar, announced his retirement from professional cricket this month.
A "God" Retires in India
Pakistan’s Sharif is Under Siege
October 29, 2013
Pakistan’s Sharif is Under Siege
Just months into his latest term as prime minister, Nawaz Sharif finds himself under pressure internally and externally.
Pakistan’s Sharif is Under Siege
What We Don’t Know About Drones
October 29, 2013
What We Don’t Know About Drones
The Diplomat blogger Kiran Nazish reminds an audience that the drone debate needs to consider the human cost.
What We Don’t Know About Drones
Singh’s CHOGM Dilemma
October 29, 2013
Singh’s CHOGM Dilemma
Why sustained engagement, not punishment, may be better for India and Sri Lanka.
Singh’s CHOGM Dilemma
Modi Political Rally Hit By Serial Bomb Blasts
October 29, 2013
Modi Political Rally Hit By Serial Bomb Blasts
The attacks in Patna symbolize the polarization of Indian politics along religious lines.
Modi Political Rally Hit By Serial Bomb Blasts
Myanmar To Import India-Developed Submarine Sonar Systems
October 25, 2013
Myanmar To Import India-Developed Submarine Sonar Systems
The deal evidences India’s desire to ramp up its defense exports
Myanmar To Import India-Developed Submarine Sonar Systems
India’s Urban Class Must Lead
October 25, 2013
India’s Urban Class Must Lead
Rather than behaving like a victim, urban India needs a clear vision for the country.
India’s Urban Class Must Lead
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