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Is Bangladesh Caught in a Fish’s net Between India and China?

Paper No 6772                Dated  9-April-2021

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

Some recent articles have compared Indian Prime Minister’s style of governance as comparable to China. This is concerning to the neighbours who consider India as the largest practicing democracy and Chinese as style as dictatorial. 

Pakistan’s Olive Branch to India March 2021 Perceptionaly under China’s Nudg

Paper No. 6770                        Dated 26-Mar-2021

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan’s extending an olive branch to India repeated twice since January 2021 by Pakistan Army Chief has analytically not arisen from some divine revelation but seems to be under China’s nudge. China seems to have concluded that emerging geopolitical geometries will impose heavy costs on its Pakistan Army’s strategic patronage.

Sri Lanka; Book Review on Tamil Refugees

Paper No. 6768                  Dated 21-Mar-2021

By Kandaswami Subramanian

Book Review -Akatiyin Tuyaram, V. Suryanarayan, Translated into Tamil by Bernard Chandra,  Kalachuvadu Publications Pvt Ltd., Nagercoil 629001, pp.133, Rs.160.

Myanmar: A Month after the Military Coup- Protests continue despite brutal crackdown

Paper No. 6762                             Dated 4-Mar-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

Nepal:Supreme Court Verdict- Dissolution Unconstitutional- Oli deflated

Paper No. 6759                  Dated 27-Feb-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
In a landmark judgement, the full Bench of the Supreme Court in declaring the House dissolution as unconstitutional, ordered that the Parliament should be convened within the next thirteen days.

Myanmar: Army Coup: Despite warnings, Protests Continue in Various forms:

Paper No. 6758                                  Dated 23-Feb-2021
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
Two weeks after the Coup, the frustrated Army warned the anti coup protestors that they could face up to 20 years in prison besides fine if they obstruct the Armed Forces.  

Nepal: Oli Continues with his Antics: Is there a Hidden Agenda?

Paper No. 6755                                Dated 18-Feb-2021
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
It looks that Nepal is heading towards a Constitutional crisis. 
There are many reasons.
1.  The Case against dissolution is going at a very slow pace in the Supreme Court.  Going by the time taken for the arguments in the Court, it is said that the earliest date for closing the case will not be before June 17th.


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