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Till the division, there were more Bengali speakers in Assam than Assamese speakers.
The Ghanian diplomat leaves behind a complex legacy of tragedies and successes.
The Indian Punjab's aspirations for stronger linkages with Pakistan is not driven by mere 'Punjabi nostalgia,' but by a very strong economic-cultural logic.
Pakistan's new prime minister and former cricketer, Imran Khan, has spoken of rapprochement with India in his victory speech. Should India believe him?
For New Delhi, the intimacy between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin is an opportune moment to resolve pending bilateral issues with Washington.
Sino-Russian bonhomie enables India to become a member of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation at Moscow’s initiative and China’s welcoming manner. India’s entry may catalyse a new strategic variable in today’s polarising geopolitics.
Today's Myanmar lacks the endemic conditions prerequisite for sanctions to work.
After years of forced isolation by erstwhile Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, the current administration of Adama Barrow is on way to course correction.
Some recent developments across South and Southeast Asia have given fresh impetus to the nascent concept of 'Indo-Pacific'
The historic Singapore Summit between North Korea and the US must be looked at from a broader perspective of regional security and economic stability.