Regional implications of Bangladesh PM Hasina's mango diplomacy with India. By Indrajit Kumar

In continuation of the previous tradition, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sent seasonal mangoes as gifts to Indian President Droupadi Murmu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Apart from this, she also sent mangoes for former president of Indian National Congress Sonia Gandhi and other


Anxiety: A Comprehensive Examination of Its Origin, Manifestation, Management, and Relationship with Neurosis. By William Gomes

Anxiety, as interpreted through the lens of psychology, comprises a spectrum of feelings ranging from mild unease and nervousness to debilitating apprehension and fear. As a fundamental emotion, anxiety plays a pivotal role in the survival of species by activating an organism’s response to


World must side by Bangladesh on the Rohingya aid issue. By Erina Haque

Bangladesh has given shelter to at least 100,000 Rohingyas, including 700,000 Rohingyas who fled for their lives in 2017 in the face of torture by the Myanmar army, only for humanitarian reasons. Besides, the government has been demanding the international community including the United Nations t


Kashmir: Strengthening and Gilding the Cage of Occupation ‘They make a desolation and call it peace.’: Kashmiri poet, Agha Shahi. By Tariq Ahmed

Scholars of political resistance have argued that domination by a settler-colonial hegemon requires not only silencing the colonized but also continuous buttressing and entrenchment through displaying and enacting power through legal, structural, and militaristic means, and ceremonial symbolizati


The Emotional Toll of Ghosting: Understanding Its Consequences and Navigating Relationships. By William Gomes

Ghosting, the act of abruptly terminating communication with someone without explanation, has become an increasingly familiar occurrence in the realm of modern dating and social interaction. This phenomenon, often leaving the ghostee feeling a whirlwind of negative emotions such as confusion, hur


We want at least the beginning of Rohingya repatriation. By Nandita Roy

Bangladesh has considered repatriation as the most effective way to solve the Rohingya problem since the beginning and has continued all efforts accordingly since 2017. Recently, 24 Rohingyas from 4 families have agreed to return to Myanmar as a significant progress in the repatriation process af


Why Rohingyas now want to return to their homeland Myanmar from Bangladesh? By Harunur Rasid

It has been discussed time and again that Myanmar has given only words of hope for a logical solution to the Rohingya crisis, but nothing has been done. Apart from this, Rohingyas will be repatriated in stages - such assurance was given to Bangladesh. But it never saw the light of day. According


Bloodshed in N-E never stopped after 1905 Partition of Bengal. Presently Manipur bleeding profusely. Time for ‘Greater Bengal’ in FSD- Extended SAARC. By Hem Raj Jain

Myanmar / China bordering 1 or 2 M.P States in North East of India are not politically viable (ii)- Bengalis will succeed only when work for new global order because existing inevitable & desirable global order of UN is demolished by Ukraine war (iii)- Bengalis will also have to be open to gl


Myanmar-Bangladesh: What kind of stupid narrow politics of UNHCR regarding food assistance to 23 Rohingyas. By John Rozario

Bangladesh and Myanmar are moving forward with the Rohingya repatriation plan a pilot project. However, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has taken a stand against repatriation in Myanmar's current situation. And as part of this, the organization stopped the food aid o


US ambassador Peter D. Hass's involvement in the Bangladesh's election affairs should be sad for Bangladesh's politicians. By Nandita Roy

Who is the busiest diplomat in Bangladesh at the moment? No one can answer this without thinking. The US ambassador Peter D. Hass is currently the busiest diplomat in Bangladesh. Not only among diplomats, he has come to the center of politics in Bangladesh. He is making headlines every day. His b


US unnecessary and inappropriate meddling in Bangladesh election needs to be stopped. By Nandita Roy

Rami Niranjan Desai is an Author, Anthropologist and a scholar of the North East region of India. She focuses on ethnic identity, tribal issues and insurgency. She also comments and keeps a track of developments on the Indo Pacific and current affairs. She is presently Distinguished fellow at Ind


Erdogan Won But Turkiye May Lose. By Manish Rai

After facing the toughest challenge of his political career to date, Turkiye President Recep Tayyip Erdogan got re-elected to a third term. Defeating Kemal Kilicdaroglu, presidential candidate of the six-party strong opposition alliance. Erdogan prevailed over Kilicdaroglu in a run-off election h


EFSASS Study Papers: Global chip dependencies: Supply chain vulnerabilities and prospects for Indian offshoring

The notion of economic ‘decoupling’ has emerged as one of the key buzzwords in analyses of the increasingly fragile relations between the US and China in recent years. Decoupling is frequently discussed in terms of reducing American manufacturing operations in China to reverse the off


Qatar-Bangladesh LNG deal: What's the message for the energy hit world during the global energy crisis? By Erina Haque

Qatar-Bangladesh long-term deal on LNG imports: A ray of hope in times of crisis? Bangladesh has signed a long-term agreement to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar at the rate of 1.8 million metric tons (MMT) per annum for 15 years. The agreement was signed on Thursday (June 1). Accord


USA should know in strategically important Manipur India is falling in the trap of China. By Hem Raj Jain

USA is Cut-off from ground reality (ii)- It is becoming increasingly possible for China to dismember India by supporting independent country for  Nagas and Kukis (iii)- India has only one solution that is to work for FSD - ‘EXtended SAARC including Myanmar’ (iv)- India under

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

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