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Sectarian nationalism and the state of Bihar

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In Bihar, the atmosphere could not be tenser for the recent political losses that has been incurred for the ruling party: the Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lost the elections by an overwhelming majority in the overpopulated constituency, most of whom are poor. This significant political impairment has been regarded as quite plainly the biggest […]

What is Democracy in India?

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Last year, India held it’s general elections and as usual there was a smattering of political parties, all with something different to offer approximately 700mn adults registered or eligible to vote at least. The newly chosen (by public) members of the national parliament have had some time to spend on the budgets and they should […]

India Budget 2015

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The budget for India this year received a great round of applause, for its dependability. Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to government with a majority in the lower house of parliament, but the opposition party, still controls the upper house. However, there isn’t a lot to be concerned about because steps are being taken to […]

Party Politics in Afghanistan

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Civil conflicts resolution is the most encouraging aspect of how to ensure that Afghanistan can become a much more peaceful country for generations of people to live in. There has been a strange lack of enthusiasm regarding the political climate locally there, and its concerning as to how there can be so less interest in […]

Afghanistan & India: Crafting Stability In The Region

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Post 9/11 concern has been raised over where India stands on a number of issues, which includes it’s approach to the relationship it shares with Afghanistan on all levels: economically, politically and socially. Security and stability in Afghanistan is of importance to India. There has been claims of cultural co-operation in between India and Afghanistan, […]

Poverty, Agriculture & Climate Change: What to do with Bangladesh?

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By the time the clock hits twelve at midnight, and it is 2021, many expect Bangladesh to make the transition from a low-income country to a middle-income heavyweight. 2021 is set to be it’s fiftieth year as an independent nation, but alleviating poverty is still a really huge challenge for this hot and humid land. […]

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