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The Phenomenon of “Race” and the Ku Klux Khan

Paper No. 6442                           Dated 13-Oct-2018                                                  
By  Prof. Chalrles Ponnuthuurai Sarvan
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Tamils In Re Union: Losing Cultural Identity

Paper No. 6439                            Dated 11-Oct-2018

By V. Suryanarayan

There is hardly any country in the world, which does not have an Indian element in its population. So wide is its spread that it could rightly be said that the Sun never sets on the Indian population.

Shades of Terrorism: War against Terrorists is not a War on Islam

Paper No. 6284                                    Dated 01-Aug-2017
 
By Kazi Anwarul Masud 
 

Should Religion Dictate our Life?

Paper No. 6263                                        Dated 29-May-2017

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

Is the Clash of Civilization Real?

Paper No. 6254                                  Dated 11-May-2015                  

By Kazi Anwarul Masud

While there can be no defense for the terrorism and despicable brutalities perpetrated by the al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, ISIS and their likes the international community should remain conscious of the risks of identity politics by marginalized segment of societies on grounds of religion.

Miniature India in Far Away Suriname

Paper No. 5928                                 Dated 07-May-2015

Guest Column by Prof. V. Suryanarayan

The Antar Rashtriya Sahayog Parishad (Indian Council for International Co-operation) in furtherance of its objective of promoting connectivity with the Indian Diaspora, organized a Baithak Gaana (musical evening) by artists from Suriname on April 27, 2015 in New Delhi. The function was organized in collaboration with the Embassy of the Republic of Suriname.

Necessity for Justice and Identity Politics

Paper No. 5876                                 Dated 23-Feb-2015

Guest Column by Kazi Anwarul Masud

Perhaps the leaders of the world may wish to look back to the events of a century back that caused the world millions of lives and untold misery of the First World War (Oxford University International History Professor Margaret Macmillan-Rhyme of History).

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