NEW DELHI: Unlike the Hindu Brahminical oral tradition where one does not know where myth ends and history begins, thanks to the Buddhist Pali tradition of reducing everything to writing, the Burmese have a more realistic apprecia .. Read More

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THE POVERTY OF IMAGINATION- INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY IN MYANMAR

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NEW DELHI: Unlike the Hindu Brahminical oral tradition where one does not know where myth ends and history begins, thanks to the Buddhist Pali tradition of reducing everything to writing, the Burmese have a more realistic apprecia... Read More

RIJUJU IN ROHINGYA BLUNDERLAND: DOMESTIC LAW IS AGAINST FORCIBLE DEPORTATION

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NEW DELHI: The two state ministers in the Ministry of Home Affairs are nor known for their knowledge of Indian or international law. Their knowledge of South Asian politics, strategic affairs and diplomacy is rudimentary at best. ... Read More

STRIKING AN OWN GOAL: THE NHRC SUBMISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS

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NEW DELHI: The submission of the National Human Rights Commission of India (NHRC) to the recently concluded Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of the United Nations is a classic.

Written in a format that would do littl... Read More

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