How ‘Dirty’ is India’s Palm Oil? | StoriesAsia Explains

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December 10- By Richard Kujur and Jessica Goel India is currently the world’s largest importer of palm oil but the government is encouraging its plantation in the country’s northeast as a step towards “self-reliance.” However, environmentalists are warning against it, calling it…

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What’s next for the world’s highest altitude confrontation along the China India border?

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Sept 07- China-India border tensions boiled over again this weekend, following June’s deadly clashes. While India’s Defense Ministry said that the Chinese Army “carried out provocative military movements” near Pangong Tso Lake in the remote Ladakh region, China accused Indian troops of…

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China’s Insurgency Card in India’s Northeast Is Overhyped

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September 5- Even if China decides to increase military and financial support for insurgents in India’s Northeast, it will find it difficult to alter the security situation there. By Avinash Paliwal This is the second of a two-part series on insurgencies in India’s…

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