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Bangla Begum’s India Visit: Real or Ephimeral?

Paper No. 5281                                                    Dated 6-Nov-2012

By Bhaskar Roy

Can ideology and political agenda change overnight? At least, that is the message Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chairperson and former Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia carried when she arrived in India on October 28 for an eight-day visit.

Begum Zia came at the invitation of the Government of India.  There have been some comments that this is a change in India’s Bangladesh strategy.  This is not correct.

Tsunami & Hurricane Sandy- Lest we Forget

Paper No. 5275                                                               Dated 31-Oct-2012

By B.Raman

China-India: Fifty Years After 1962

Paper No. 5272                                          Dated 29-Oct-2012

By Bhaskar Roy

The October 1962 Chinese attack on India was remembered with a slew of articles in the media looking not so much at what China did, but on what Indian leaders did not.  This is certainly the correct approach.

Some Observations on an irresponsible article in Milli Gazette:

Paper No. 5271                        Dated 29-Oct-2012

By R.Upadhyay

Conciliatory call from China

Paper No. 5270               Dated 29-Oct-2012

BY B.S.Raghavan

In India People Love to Despise Police

Paper No. 5259                              Dated 25-Oct-2012

By A.K.Verma

Ever wondered what lies at the roots of this oxymoron? The seeds of the mystery are buried in the deep history of the British Raj, so deep that the modern narrative on the subject hardly ever brings it under scrutiny.

Misgivings about Namo Begin to Subside in West

Paper No.5258                                       Dated 23-Oct-2012

By B.Raman

The misgivings entertained till now in the West regarding the advisability of doing business as usual with  Shri Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister of Gujarat, are showing signs of subsiding.

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