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Filmmakers Take Cinema to Dalai Lama’s Hometown-in-Exile
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Filmmakers Take Cinema to Dalai Lama’s Hometown-in-Exile
The Diplomat spoke to filmmaker Tenzing Sonam, a Tibetan in exile, about the Dharamshala International Film Festival
Filmmakers Take Cinema to Dalai Lama’s Hometown-in-Exile
Can the India-Pakistan Ceasefire Survive?
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Can the India-Pakistan Ceasefire Survive?
The 2003 agreement is falling apart amid a sharp decline in India-Pakistan relations.
Can the India-Pakistan Ceasefire Survive?
Asia's Mentally Ill on Death Row
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Asia's Mentally Ill on Death Row
Pakistan rules schizophrenia does not preclude the death penalty. It is far from alone in executing mentally ill prisoners.
Asia's Mentally Ill on Death Row
The Schools of the Taliban
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The Schools of the Taliban
In areas under Taliban control, schools are being reshaped to fit the Taliban agenda.
The Schools of the Taliban
Here Come the Taliban Drones
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Here Come the Taliban Drones
For the first time ever, the Taliban used an off-the-shelf drone to record a suicide attack.
Here Come the Taliban Drones
‘Hidden Hands’ in Pakistan
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‘Hidden Hands’ in Pakistan
RAW, India’s external spy agency, is routinely charged with all sorts of machinations in Pakistan. What’s really at work?
‘Hidden Hands’ in Pakistan
BRICS, BIMSTEC, and Anti-Terrorism: What Did India Accomplish?
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BRICS, BIMSTEC, and Anti-Terrorism: What Did India Accomplish?
India, as the host of the two latest summits, sought to further isolate Pakistan and promote anti-terrorism.
BRICS, BIMSTEC, and Anti-Terrorism: What Did India Accomplish?
Has India Finally Addressed Its Su-30MKI Woes?
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Has India Finally Addressed Its Su-30MKI Woes?
New satellite imagery shows India's advanced multirole fighters deployed to the country's southeast flank.
Has India Finally Addressed Its Su-30MKI Woes?
Nepal's Singing Storyteller
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Nepal's Singing Storyteller
Nepalese journalist switches to singing for storytelling.
Nepal's Singing Storyteller
Pakistan's Crackdown on Terror Financing: All For Show?
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Pakistan's Crackdown on Terror Financing: All For Show?
Pakistan's government appears to crack down on financing for proscribed groups, but will the policy make a difference?
Pakistan's Crackdown on Terror Financing: All For Show?
The Saudi-Iran Rivalry and Sectarian Strife in South Asia
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The Saudi-Iran Rivalry and Sectarian Strife in South Asia
Iran and Saudi Arabia are recruiting and radicalizing local Muslim populations in Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan.
The Saudi-Iran Rivalry and Sectarian Strife in South Asia
The Trials of India’s Aging Population
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The Trials of India’s Aging Population
Crime and abuse against India's seniors are on the rise. What can be done to protect the elderly?
The Trials of India’s Aging Population
The Salt Farmers of the Rann of Kutch
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The Salt Farmers of the Rann of Kutch
The Agariyas labor under harsh conditions to produce India’s salt.
The Salt Farmers of the Rann of Kutch
Does More Aid Mean More Corruption in Afghanistan? 
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Does More Aid Mean More Corruption in Afghanistan? 
Looking ahead to the Brussels conference, and back to the Kabul Bank scandal.
Does More Aid Mean More Corruption in Afghanistan? 
Technology in Pakistan: A Slow March
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Technology in Pakistan: A Slow March
Pakistan's startups need government help to foster innovation and protect intellectual property.
Technology in Pakistan: A Slow March
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