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I was back in Thimphu after a break of 33 years, having last visited in January 1979 when I was posted as Director in the Ministry of Commerce. My first association with Bhutan, however, was during 1967-1970 when I was posted to the Political Office for Sikkim and Bhutan, which was located in Gangtok writes Preet Malik

 
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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton  is currently on a  short-notice visit to  South Asia  that brings her to Bangladesh and India  after her visit to China  (May 3 – 4) where the status of the dissident lawyer Chen Guangcheng  became the more visible aspect of the US-China dialogue, writes C  Uday  Bhaskar.

 
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The National League for Democracy’s (NLD) success in the by-elections of April 1 will tend to be seen in the same way as the contest in Myanmar has always been viewed these past two decades writes Dr. Khin Zaw Win

 
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2 May 2012 marks one year since the dramatic US SEALS-led Abbotabad operation which led to the neutralization of Osama bin Laden (OBL),  and there is an unstated anxiety in the run-up to this anniversary, that there could be an attempt by the al-Qaeda and its affiliates to attack American assets writes C Uday Bhaskar

 
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Will Asia soften the crippling impact of tightening Western sanctions slapped on Syria? A troubled Syria is frantically searching for a way out of an economic crisis triggered by the U.S., EU and Canada writes Rashmi Saksena

 
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Pakistan has been coping with a series of tragedies and these include the ill-fated plane crash  near Islamabad on Friday  (April 20)  where more than 100 people are reported to have been killed,  which was preceded by the massive avalanche in the Gayari army base writes C Uday Bhaskar

 
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The coordinated attacks on Kabul's parliament, embassies and other NATO offices in the heavily guarded diplomatic areas announced the launch of Taliban’s well planned Summer Offensive 2012. Considering its interests in the country, India must play a bigger stakeholder role in Afghan security writes Lt. Gen. Arvinder Lamba

 
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April has been a turbulent month for civil-military relations in India after a dramatic page one story  in the Indian Express (April 4, 2012)  suggested that Delhi’s  Raisina Hill  - the seat of civilian authority in India - was ‘spooked’ one mid January night writes C. Uday Bhaskar

 
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Agreeing to appoint an “outside” (non-Maldivian) judge to investigate the allegation by ousted President Mohamed Nasheed of a February coup d’etat in Maldives, new President  Waheed Hassan has tried to put at rest apprehensions both at home and in the international community writes Rashmi Saksena (Exclusive Videos)

 
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Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari may have started off by describing his visit to the Ajmer Sharif shrine as a religious journey, but his pre-lunch one-on-one in New Delhi with the Indian Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, has shown his visit has the potential to go down as a landmark writes Rashmi Saksena

 

 


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The struggle for autonomy has been going on within the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) from their inception, writes P.D. Rai
 
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In a significant boost to New Delhi's Act East Policy, India and Japan set up the Act East Forum on Tuesday as agreed during Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to India this year for the annual bilateral meeting that would help to focus and catalyse development in India's Northeast.
 
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India has contributed $50,000 to the Secretary-General Antonio Guterres's Office of Envoy on Youth to help with its mission of involving young people in the world body's goals. Paulomi Tripathi, a First Secretary in India's UN Mission, handed over the contribution on Friday to the Youth Envoy, Jayathma Wickramanayake.
 
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