- The 'unconflicted' Indian
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June 8, 2013
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Iran's presidential elections are not likely to see the country change course, but will offer India some options.
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As a special Indian envoy makes the rounds, Nawaz Sharif surely realises it's a great time to restart peace talks?
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With prisoners being attacked in jail, the mood is ugly for Indo-Pak ties.
A growing Russia-China axis puts India in an interesting spot.
NEW FLAVOUR, NEW STRATEGY
The Obama administration's new Asia policy gives India a huge opportunity to redraft its outlook.
The protests in Dhaka's Shahbagh are a pivotal event for Bangladeshis looking to push their country into becoming more liberal.
North Korea's nuclear tests have a lot to do with Pakistan, which everybody appears to be ignoring.
Considering where ties are at, India regards Barack Obama's naming his new team with some nonchalance.
ON THE BRINK
2013 will be a year that might actually define the future of Pakistan.
Indian vintners are going all out to woo customers with elegant packaging.
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Vocational courses are slowly earning respect in a degree-hungry nation.
Films are a great binding factor, or so the late film critic Roger Ebert would have us believe.
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