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Caught in the crossfire By Kailash Satyarthi, The Hindu | Last Updated: 27th April, 2017, 21:33

Children are never responsible for wars and conflict, yet they are the worst sufferers

Caught in the crossfire

The Urgency of Ethnic Nationalism The Urgency of Ethnic Nationalism

Donald Trump won the White House despite — and partly because of — his disdain for Mexicans, Muslims and African-Americans


Unseen Enemy of Environment and Public Health Unseen Enemy of Environment and Public Health

Currently, there are nearly 21,600 cell phone towers in Bangladesh to meet the communication demand


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Expats are also exempt from the exit fingerprint requirement, allowing them to return to the Kingdom at a later date legally


Teesta: 'India, Bangladesh fighting over a trickle' Teesta: 'India, Bangladesh fighting over a trickle'

Getting the share of Teesta water has still been remained a nightmare to Bangladesh


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Many of these refugees live unofficially in squatter camps near Cox's Bazar within a few miles of the beach


Pivot to the Indo-Pacific Pivot to the Indo-Pacific

Cooperation with like-minded countries gives India more space to emerge as a key regional interlocutor


Reimagining the Colonial Bengal Presidency Template (Concluding Part) Reimagining the Colonial Bengal Presidency Template (Concluding Part)

The first concrete and, for the region, revolutionary breakthrough occurred when the BBIN sub-regional grouping, decided to sign onto the BBIN-MVA


Reimagining the Colonial Bengal Presidency Template (Part I) Reimagining the Colonial Bengal Presidency Template (Part I)

Most of this Presidency’s extended territories were gradually incorporated into other British Indian provinces or crown colonies


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Suddenly everything has become black, people have flown over each other


Huge support for Bangladeshi teen who faces deportation Huge support for Bangladeshi teen who faces deportation

A petition calling for 18-year-old Abdul Hassan to remain in the UK has received thousands of signatures after being set up by his devastated friends

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