CHITTAGONG HILL TRACTS: A VOICE THAT HAS BEEN SILENCED

The terminology of ‘Genocide’ was coined by Raphael Lemkin who defined this as the complete annihilation of a racial, ethnic or a national group. The ulterior motive in undertaking such a barbarous act has been highlighted in this terminology. The Chittagong Hill Tract, which borders India and Myanmar consists of

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INDIA AND MALDIVES: A NATURAL RELATIONSHIP

The relationship between India and Maldives isn’t something which takes India to a much stronger position internationally, but it is as natural as it comes and does help India develop in the region.  To give a little background, India and Maldives share a cordial relationship which is owed to the

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HOW IS THE CORONAVIRUS ECONOMY MORE CATASTROPHIC FOR INDIAN WOMEN?

The coronavirus has created a global health crisis, which is claiming human lives, with over 590,000 death as of 17th July 2020 and causing distress worldwide. Adding to that, the IMF has declared a global economic recession, stating it could be as bad or even worse than the recession in 2007 –

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QUALITY EDUCATION IN INDIA: A DISTANT DREAM?

In September 2015, at the United Nations General Assembly Meeting, governments around the world committed themselves to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to balance the social, economic and ecological dimensions of sustainable development. The SDGs are an extension of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which expired at the end

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NEPAL CONTROVERSIAL MAP: KATHMANDU UNDER THE DRAGON’S SWAY?

The current proximity being observed between Nepal and China especially amid Kathmandu’s recent step of restructuring its national map, have led New Delhi to restructure its strategy in the Himalayas. We saw a major decision taken by the Nepal government to depict Kalapani, Limpyadhura and Lipulekh as its own territory

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