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Two Earthquakes Shake Baluchistan, Relief Struggles
October 01, 2013
Two Earthquakes Shake Baluchistan, Relief Struggles
Militants and bad infrastructure have held up relief efforts in Baluchistan after two large earthquakes.
Two Earthquakes Shake Baluchistan, Relief Struggles
India-Pakistan Engagement: Changing the Status Quo
October 01, 2013
India-Pakistan Engagement: Changing the Status Quo
India and Pakistan would be wise to increase citizen engagement and economic cooperation.
India-Pakistan Engagement: Changing the Status Quo
Democracy at Last for Sri Lanka’s Northern Province?
September 30, 2013
Democracy at Last for Sri Lanka’s Northern Province?
The elections in Sri Lanka’s north suggest that democracy is slowly taking root on the island.
Democracy at Last for Sri Lanka’s Northern Province?
India-ASEAN Ties Get a (Limited) Boost
September 27, 2013
India-ASEAN Ties Get a (Limited) Boost
India and ASEAN have increased ties. The question is, by how much?
India-ASEAN Ties Get a (Limited) Boost
India Needs to Get Serious About Its Tobacco Problem
September 26, 2013
India Needs to Get Serious About Its Tobacco Problem
India’s tobacco problem affects young and old nationwide. What’s to be done?
India Needs to Get Serious About Its Tobacco Problem
The Political Rise of India’s States
September 26, 2013
The Political Rise of India’s States
Political power is becoming increasingly decentralized in India, transforming the nation’s identity.
The Political Rise of India’s States
Peshawar Taliban Attacks: Vengeance or Instability?
September 25, 2013
Peshawar Taliban Attacks: Vengeance or Instability?
The worst-ever terrorist attack hit Peshawar on Sunday, further offsetting any chance for peace.
Peshawar Taliban Attacks: Vengeance or Instability?
Modi: Hope for the BJP, Despair for Secular India
September 24, 2013
Modi: Hope for the BJP, Despair for Secular India
The BJP is ascending under Modi. But can the rest of India be won over?
Modi: Hope for the BJP, Despair for Secular India
Indian Social Media Usage Grows, Triggering (Limited) Change
September 18, 2013
Indian Social Media Usage Grows, Triggering (Limited) Change
More Indians are taking to online social media networks. But will their voices truly be heard?
Indian Social Media Usage Grows, Triggering (Limited) Change
India and China: Different Approaches to the Border
September 17, 2013
India and China: Different Approaches to the Border
For a better idea of how to develop its borders, India could learn from China.
India and China: Different Approaches to the Border
Pakistan’s Invest2Innovate Taps into the Nation’s Entrepreneurial Talent
September 13, 2013
Pakistan’s Invest2Innovate Taps into the Nation’s Entrepreneurial Talent
Entrepreneurship is an overlooked bright spot in Pakistani society.
Pakistan’s Invest2Innovate Taps into the Nation’s Entrepreneurial Talent
Manmohan Singh’s Tenure: Shades of Gray
September 11, 2013
Manmohan Singh’s Tenure: Shades of Gray
Despite PM Singh’s attempts to move India’s diplomacy and economy forward, results have been mixed.
Manmohan Singh’s Tenure: Shades of Gray
Zubin Mehta’s Concert Exposes Deep Fault Line in Kashmir
September 10, 2013
Zubin Mehta’s Concert Exposes Deep Fault Line in Kashmir
Despite good intentions, the recent Zubin Mehta concert in Srinagar has intensified tensions.
Zubin Mehta’s Concert Exposes Deep Fault Line in Kashmir
Raghuram Rajan: A New Posterboy for Indian Leadership?
September 06, 2013
Raghuram Rajan: A New Posterboy for Indian Leadership?
The Indian media has a “crush” on the new governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan.
Raghuram Rajan: A New Posterboy for Indian Leadership?
Zubin Mehta: Concert in Kashmir Not Music to the Valley’s Ears
September 06, 2013
Zubin Mehta: Concert in Kashmir Not Music to the Valley’s Ears
The arrival of conductor Zubin Mehta has put Jammu and Kashmir residents on edge.
Zubin Mehta: Concert in Kashmir Not Music to the Valley’s Ears
Can India Plug Its Brain Drain?
September 05, 2013
Can India Plug Its Brain Drain?
Entrepreneurs continue to debate India’s likely position in the near future. For the moment, its brain drain continues.
Can India Plug Its Brain Drain?
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