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Bérénice Guyot-Réchard Nov 16
and peeps: check out this fantastic initiative to build an audiovisual archive on Northeast India’s history. Another reason to go back to dreamy Shillong.
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Amitangshu Acharya Nov 15
By attempting to civilise in a subcontinent where civilisations were birthed by rivers, we have engineered a season of in - My piece in today explores how rivers of sorrow are produced out of engineering misadventures.
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d-atis☠️ Nov 15
Replying to @detresfa_
Images from ’s Chashma Plutonium Separation Plant also show earthworks ongoing along with material dumps on site, hinting at possible expansion plans in the near future as weapons & energy needs grow in
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Alex Chen 🇨🇦 2h
dream team! Thanks to regional colleagues for bringing delegations to & making the reception an enormous success. So many connections made for 🇨🇦 companies tonight & what great promotion of 🇨🇦 capabilities!
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Avinash Mishra Nov 16
Pro-Chinese leaders in and , risk pushing their nations deeper into predatory debt-trap diplomacy and losing territory as the Chinese have a well-deserved reputation of appropriating foreign territories through hostile actions.
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World Bank Climate Nov 15
→ By 2050 - if no action is taken - there will be 143 million internal across these three regions: Sub-Saharan , and :
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Border Studies in South Asia Nov 11
SAU-BIG Border Studies Fellowship. The first drafts of the completed papers have been received. They will now be sent for external evaluation to experts. Comments will be shared and the revised papers will be discussed in a workshop.
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Pratichi 13h
peeps! Check this out.
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Kent Page 23h
Millions of young people in will leave school without the secondary skills they need. This growing skills gap will stunt economic growth, with far-reaching social repercussions. v/
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Mo Ming 14h
is seen 6.2% and 6.7% in 2019 and 2020. - ADB Report via
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Indus News 4h
was a pop singer-songwriter, and . She was also known as the "Queen of Pop" in . For more:
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The Biota Project Nov 12
This month we focus on the nexus between , , and . Read more about the topic through our piece in , written by and featuring and :
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ORF Mumbai 9h
It is this expression of political consciousness of the Indian electorate that holds hope for the enduring resilience and consolidation of Indian democracy. Read more from weekly:
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Project Dastaan Nov 14
We connect migrants with their childhood homes through VR films. To support our mission to track and tell migration stories, build empathy and compassion between and , and educate audiences about our common .
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ORF 13h
It is safe to take an inkling that the people were prudent to distinguish between genuine attempts towards transparent governance and vendetta politics. Read more from weekly:
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BDB India Private Limited Nov 15
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) paper titled, _'Is South Asia Ready for take Off? A sustainable and inclusive growth agenda'_ highlights the growth dynamics in . Here are interesting datapoints of sectoral growth and contribution to India's Exports to GDP.
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WildTiger 13h
- in peril: Rising leads to loss of fauna in K-P Another area in South Asia where shooting of taking place
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EMI Pakistan 15h
Happy Birthday to one of the best-known singers in South Asia, Runa Laila. #2019
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Avatans Kumar 18h
Indians and Hindus should watch these South Asia groups (social/cultural/political), thinks tanks, departments, etc and never patronize them. Such groups are proxies of Jihadi-Leftist interests and are fiercely and anti-India and anti-Hindu.
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Helen O'Connor Nov 16
As winter sets in I feel the need to remind myself of the colours of and the challenges which increase at this time of year
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