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Selfish Pakistan army may spark nuclear war with India: Bangladesh envoy

NEW DELHI: In one of his publications which he presented to BJP leader LK Advani last week, Bangladeshi high commissioner to India Ahmed Tariq Karim attacked the Pakistan army saying its “selfish corporate” interests may spark off a nuclear confrontation with India. In the 19-page document, excerpts from which have been displayed by Advani on […]

By Syed Zain Al-Mahmood So it’s not only India that’s upset with the “foreign hand” meddling in its affairs. Now, Bangladeshi politicians are using the excuse to explain why factory workers in a suburb of Dhaka have been protesting in recent weeks. On the face of it the factory workers in the Ashulia industrial belt […]

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By:  B.Raman There has been some understandable curiosity and puzzlement over a statement attributed to the Afghan Taliban which was disseminated on June 17,2012, through the Internet. 2. The statement, provided it is authentic, appeared to be a reaction to the recent visit of Mr.Leon Panetta, the US Defence Secretary, to India and Afghanistan. During […]

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By: Huma Yusuf On Wednesday, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna will meet in Washington for the third annual US-India Strategic Dialogue. The ever-closer ties between Washington and New Delhi are a cause of many sleepless nights and conspiracy theories in Pakistan. But developing a nuanced understanding of […]

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By:  B.Raman India, like Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan, is presently an observer of the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation (SCO), which has completed 10 years. Like Pakistan and Iran, it has sought full membership of an organisation over which China is seeking to establish its hegemony. The request for full membership was reiterated by Shri S.M.Krishna, our […]

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BY RANI D. MULLEN, SUMIT GANGULY

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M. Serajul Islam By the end of this year, India will complete fencing the 4053km border with Bangladesh that it started 25 years ago. India started building the fence to stop Bangladeshis in large numbers from illegally migrating to India. At various times, India has stated that 10 to 20 million Bangladeshis were illegally living […]

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Despite Sachin Tendulkar’s 100th ton, Bangladesh beat India by five wickets, making India’s next match versus Pakistan, on Sunday, crucial for the team. Sachin Tendulkar on Friday became the first batsman in history to score 100 international centuries, adding another milestone in his record-breaking career. Tendulkar, who turns 39 next month, achieved the feat when […]

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In the whole spectrum of India’s political experience, one thing that stands out is the wonder of Indian democracy. Three aspects of Indian democracy cause theoretical surprise and one that generates concern. First, viagra in uk the stability of Indian democracy is surprising, given that India is a low income economy. Per capita income remains […]

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India's nuclear materials among least secure in world: Study

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India along with China, North Korea and Israel has low levels of transparency on nuclear materials and security, an independent report has said. “Four countries have particularly low levels of transparency, specifically Israel, North Korea, India and China, on materials and materials security,” said Page Stoutland, vice president for nuclear materials at the Washington-based independent […]

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Indian Leading newspaper ‘The Hindu’ has asked India to make an “unreserved apology” to Bangladesh for Border Security Force’s brutal torture of a Bangladeshi cattle trader shown in a recent video. Brutality on the border New Delhi needs to make an unreserved apology to Bangladesh for the brutal conduct of its Border Security Force personnel […]

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        January 18, 2012 By Karl F. Inderfurth The Economist, in its recent issue “The World in 2012,” gave this thumbnail prediction for India in the New Year: “The Congress-led government is leaking support because of widespread corruption and a patchy economic record… Nevertheless, the government of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will […]

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