Stories By 'MAHENDRA P LAMA'
The protracted debate over the lack of development and connectivity among the states of the North East region (NER) of India has once again taken centre stage. This deliberation emerges amidst three fast unfolding intra- and inter-regional scenarios.
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Large scale terrorist violence continues to beset South Asia today. Over the last decade or so, various terrorist groups have been responsible for the deaths of more than 50,000 people in Pakistan and even more in Afghanistan.
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With an installed regional capacity of 360,603MW, South Asia is gradually emerging as a fulcrum of electricity exchange and power trading.
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It could still be the most cost-effective and accessible instrument of communication in the mountains
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What comes first, human or national security? This has been an enlivening, yet a never-ending debate. In the case of national security, threats are only variants of orthodox-external dimensions.
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India and China launched their aid programmes in Nepal in the 1950s. Both have actively contributed to the building of physical infrastructure in the form of roads, bridges and hydro-electricity.
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