India’s COVID-19 Crisis: An Opportunity to Recover Inter-Faith Fraternity

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June 04- The crisis has seen Indians from all faiths and ethnicities coming together to save lives. By Tehmina Arora May 25, 2021 Amid the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in India, there’s a glimmer of hope. Strangers are responding to SOS…

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India’s Leaders Obsessed with Criticism, Not Medical Shortages

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May 05- Free Expression Crucial to Managing Covid-19 Pandemic Indian groups trying to locate assistance for Covid-19 patients are finding that the requests keep coming. Although the government has attempted to increase medical supply stocks, distribution remains patchy. The authorities have often responded to…

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Too little democracy is why India’s reforms and progress are stymied

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December 11- Amitabh Kant’s diagnosis is wrong: India doesn’t have too much of a democracy. It has too little of it for economic growth. SHIVAM VIJ 9 December, 2020  The Economist Intelligence Unit releases an annual index of democracy. India’s rank in this index has…

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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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Hate is poisoning Indian society — and many refuse to see it

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October 22- Opinion by Rana Ayyub Hate is suffocating every aspect of life in India. No space seems safe. Early morning on Oct. 18, a neighbor alerted me to a WhatsApp message distributed by our building’s security guard celebrating the killer of Mahatma…

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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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