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outh Asia has been causing tension for the people of the region owing to Indo-Pakistani nuclear rivalries and occasional cross fire confrontations. Kashmiris whose nation is being occupied by three powers- India, Pakistan and China- are the worst affected people of the region. UN and world powers do not care about the brutality unleashed by India in Kashmir, targeting the Muslims.

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emonetization essentially means a state deprives people of privileges of using the currency notes as they are withdrawn from circulation. Indian BJP government of Narendra Modi abruptly withdrew currency notes of value Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000, causing an emergency situation of uncertainly in the country.

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ndia has been successful in raising its literacy rate from 12% at the time of independence to 74% as per 2011 census, but it still lags behind the world average of 84%. Though the flagship programs like SSA (Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan) and RMSA (Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan) have definitely proved beneficial to some extent but a lot needs to be done to truly educate India.

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he Chinese grab for fossil fuels or its military competition for naval control is not a challenge but rather a boost for the US Asia-Pacific –even an overall– posture. Calibrating the contraction of its overseas projection and commitments – some would call it managing the decline of an empire – the US does not fail to note that nowadays half of the world’s merchant tonnage passes though the South China Sea.

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he growing relation between United States and India revolves around collective security interests and heeded in diplomatic circles, especially by the U.S. Congressmen and Foreign Affairs Committee members, chaired by Republican Ed Royce of California. The U.S. recognizes its relationship with India on special terms in which New Delhi has important role to play in Asia.

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n the early 70’s Indian tests created an unrest in the Asian region. These experiments by Indians forced international community to make a regulatory body in order to keep a check over nuclear business in the name of Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG).

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ndian PM Narendra Modi has embarked on a three-day visit to Japan, during which the two countries are expected to sign a long-negotiated civil nuclear agreement. Just ahead of his visit, civil society of Japan has published a petition titled: Women of Fukushima Invite Modi: Come and See the Destruction, Don't Buy Nukes from Japan. In a strongly-worded statement, women of Fukushima have invited PM Modi to see 2011 nuclear disaster.

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he World Uyghur Congress (WUC) would like to address some serious mischaracterizations of our organization in recent days, namely in an article by Giancarlo Elia Valori that appeared in Modern Diplomacy – an online news and commentary website. We wish to confront a number of the claims made by the author considering that we have encountered disingenuous allegations in the past and we find it necessary to respond clearly and openly in what follows.

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akistan faces many challenges, Internal as well External. The “Islamic Republic of Pakistan” came on existence in 1947, on the religious motives and full of Natural resources but faced many problems, Not only did it have to find away to setup a new Government in a country in spite it have limited sources.

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ESPITE, a strong support motivated by political and strategic interests from the United States of America. Indian membership in 48 nations’ Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) was a no go during plenary 2016 in Seoul.

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