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Opportunity for Neighbours to Bridge Divide in Dhaka

It is rather well known that in mid-1947, just before Partition, Great Britain's top civil servant Sir Cyril Radcliffe, assigned by the departing imperial power the crucial responsibility of delineating the borders between the two emerging nations ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago

Set to end is life of non-existence

No enclave after Tomorrow Inam Ahmed For his entire forty years of life, Nurul Islam's existence was nothing but a sorry tale of shame and fear, obscurity and deprivation, inconvenience and void. He and 51,448 other people like him who live in ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star2 days ago
Hindustan Times

Gurdaspur attack: We should have seen it coming

The attack at Gurdaspur on Monday opened a fresh front in what could be a multi-pronged challenge to India's security. The audacity of the attackers tactical moves was reminiscent of the November 26, 2008 assault on Mumbai. One has to ask whether ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago Decoding what lies behind the terrorist attack in Punjab  Observer India3 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Gadar se Bajrangi tak

Gadar portrayed Pakistan as a communal Islamic state that harbours only hatred for India... Bajrangi Bhaijaan imagines an India where even the most turgid overcome identity-based discrimination. It invents Pakistan as a separate nation-state whose ...
 Asian Age6 days ago

Castlewellan's 48th annual show a jewel in NI agriculture crown

Castlewellan Show continues to be a jewel in the crown of local agriculture, attracting thousands of exhibitors and spectators from the island of Ireland and further afield. Saturday's 48th annual show was no exception, with visitors ...
 Farming Life1 week ago
New Eastern Outlook

British Authorities Keep On Ignoring Child Abuse

Generally, the UK prefers to position its as the most democratic country on the international stage, while imposing its democracy not through political means alone, but also by the use of force in the Middle East and in other regions of the world.
 New Eastern Outlook2 weeks ago

India's Partition: Back to Midnight

A dramatic new study of Partition and a valuable anthology from the scene of the historic divide Midnight's Furies: The Deadly Legacy of India's Partition | Nisid Hajari | Partition: The Long Shadow | Edited by Urvashi Butalia In the 19th and ...
 Open3 weeks ago

Detailed guide: Negligible Value agreements

Updated: One new Negligible Value agreement added to the list during March 2015 There was one new Negligible Value agreement added to the list during March 2015. Company Security Effective date Dissolved Albemarle & Bond Holdings Plc ...
 HM Revenue & Customs4 weeks ago
New Yorker

The Great Divide

In August, 1947, when, after three hundred years in India, the British finally left, the subcontinent was partitioned into two independent nation states: Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan. Immediately, there began one of the greatest ...
 New Yorker1 month ago
MSN News US

Mustafizur Rahman: First sighting of a Tiger cub

On the map of Bangladesh, Satkhira looks, as it were, none too different from one of its most famous natives. Like the tall and wiry Mustafizur Rahman, his home district is a long and narrow strip squeezed between Khulna and North 24 Parganas of ...
 MSN News US1 month ago
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