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INDIA REVIEW & ANALYSIS

April 16, 2019 | Volume 3 | Issue 8

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Education migration: Demand-supply mismatch in quality education driving Indian students overseas
By Tarun Basu

India’s education challenge is so monumental that it requires not only forward-thinking and...

Jallianwala Bagh: The British must apologise for colonial excesses
By Amb. Bhaswati Mukherjee (retd)

A hundred years later is India justified in demanding an unconditional apology? No less has been ...

India's terrorism challenge cannot be framed in dangerous binaries
By C Uday Bhaskar

 One would expect that a nation like India that has been subject to a variety of terror atta...

Surrogacy: A contentious issue, but differing responses, in South Asia
By Nirupama Sekhri

Countries in South Asia too have responded differently to this technology, ranging from outright ...

US ends waivers for India to buy Iranian oil 

In a blow to India’s energy security and efforts to diversify its oil imports, the United S

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Nusrat killing: Spotlight on sexual violence in Bangladesh 

After a 19-year-old Bangladeshi schoolgirl’s killing after she accused her headmaster of sexual harassment sparked a wave of protests across

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Demystifying Indian Elections: A SPS-PVR Conclave

To break down the process for foreign diplomats posted in India,  the Society for Policy Studies (SPS), in association with PVR Cinemas, 

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