T
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.

Published in East Asia

Tamil Nadu won’t be able to “play” Jallikattu. By way of ending the speculative exercises in media about the fate of Jallikattu, the Supreme Court of India on November 16 dismissed the plea of the Tamil Nadu government seeking review of the 2014 judgment banning use of bulls for the painfully famous Jallikattu events in the state and bullock-cart races across the country.

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W
orld attention was fully focused on US presidential poll as Republican Donald Trump was leading on November 08 as Indian premier Narendra Modi announced in the night on Indian TV channels about the state ban of currency notes, making life miserable for the people without enough money in hand.

Published in Economy

The American Backstory

T
he American positions for the past two years have focused on China’s relatively aggressive and unchallenged construction of seven artificial islands and at least three airstrips in the South China Sea. Despite neighborly protests, China has refused to even take part in legal arbitration that was initiated in 2013 by the Philippines at a U.N.-backed tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands.

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I
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.

Published in South Asia
P
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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Authors: Sanjay Kumar Kar and Ms. Harsha*

C
oal has been an integral component of the global fuel mix for a long, long time now. To provide the reader with some numerical perspective, the world depends on coal for a total of around 30% of its energy needs. For India, this figure is around 55%, with sectors like power generation, steel, cement industry, paper and textile industries being the major consumers.

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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.

Published in South Asia
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