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Bangladesh: The Election Commission Should not Get Politicised:

Paper No. 6445                       Dated 17-Oct-2018
By S.Chandrasekharan.
 
The 11th Jatiya Sangsad Elections are due to take place by the end of this year.  This was the general impression.  But the Election Commission declared that it is yet to fix the dates and announce the poll schedule.  Yet the elections are not far off and the political parties are seen to be getting ready for the polls.
 

Myanmar: New Initiative by Ethnic Armed Organisations-Will it work?

Paper No. 6444                          Dated 15-Oct-2018
By S. Chandrasekharan
In what is being considered as a breakthrough, State Counselor Suu Kyi, Army Chief Ming Aung Hliang and selected leaders of Ethnic Armed Organisations are to hold talks on 15th of this month, to discuss ways of resolving deadlocks that have left the peace process stalled. 
 
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Maldives: Yameen’s Desperate Moves to Stay in Power!

Paper No. 6443                    Dated 14-Oct-2018

By R.M.Panda

The Phenomenon of “Race” and the Ku Klux Khan

Paper No. 6442                           Dated 13-Oct-2018                                                  
By  Prof. Chalrles Ponnuthuurai Sarvan
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Pakistan's Failing Economy Arises from Oversized Pak Army's Budget

Paper No. 6441          Dated 13-Oct-2018

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan in 2018 has ended up as a ‘Economically Failed State’ chiefly due to massive appropriations by Pakistan Army GHQ in Rawalpindi with no questions dare asked nor accountability called for by Pakistan’s elected/nominated Prime Ministers sitting in Islamabad. Pakistan’s gullible populace is sedated by Pakistan Army hierarchy that this is required to face Pakistan’s threats emanating from both flanks.

Nepal: Prime Minister Oli and the Madhesi Problem:

Paper No. 6440                        Dated 12-Oct-2018
By S.Chandrasekharan
 
On 19th August, in a major address in Janakpur, Prime Minister Oli declared that the Government is ready to amend the Constitution in accordance with the needs of the country and the people. He reiterated that the Constitution will be amended soon.
 

Tamils In Re Union: Losing Cultural Identity

Paper No. 6439                            Dated 11-Oct-2018

By V. Suryanarayan

There is hardly any country in the world, which does not have an Indian element in its population. So wide is its spread that it could rightly be said that the Sun never sets on the Indian population.

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