Report on Comparative Study of Development and Human Rights in Jammu & Kashmir and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir & Gilgit-Baltistan

Synopsis of “Human Lives Matter: A Comparative Study and Analysis of Human Development and Human Rights in J&K and PoJK/G-B” Jammu and Kashmir has been a reason for continuous confrontation between India and Pakistan for over seven decades now. Both countries are in an undeclared war, though ceasefire agreement was signed in 2003, to gainContinue reading “Report on Comparative Study of Development and Human Rights in Jammu & Kashmir and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir & Gilgit-Baltistan”

Make China fear India, follow aggressive policy against Beijing: Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi

New Delhi: India needs to instill fear in the minds of Communist China if it has to achieve equilibrium in the bilateral relationship, Indian National Congress leader Dr Abhishek Singhvi said, calling for a comprehensive, aggressive change in India’s policy on China, against the Ladakh conflict backdrop. Advocating a three-pronged shift in India’s strategy vis-à-visContinue reading “Make China fear India, follow aggressive policy against Beijing: Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi”

Webinar: China uses data as weapon, India must stop mobile apps, 5G invasion: Experts

By Ayaskant Das New Delhi: Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its People’s Liberation Army (PLA) use data collected about Indians, and in the future through mobile 5G networks, as a weapon and these technologies are clearly a spying tool for India‘s northern neighbour, according to experts and thinkers on India’s national security. They also calledContinue reading “Webinar: China uses data as weapon, India must stop mobile apps, 5G invasion: Experts”

India should rethink the ‘One China’ policy and exploit Beijing’s fault lines: Experts

New Delhi: India should rethink and revise its ‘One China‘ policy and exploit the geographic, ethnic, and economic fault lines within the Asian giant, such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet, and Xinjiang, a group of experts have said At a webinar jointly organised by Law and Society Alliance and Defence.Capital on “Revisiting ‘One China’ policy:Continue reading “India should rethink the ‘One China’ policy and exploit Beijing’s fault lines: Experts”

COVID-19 Crisis and the World’s Challenges

By N. C. Bipindra New Delhi: In May 2020, the number of COVID-19 cases globally has touched five million, and that happened over a six month period. At the rate in which the number of COVID-19 afflicted is doubling, it could cross a billion cases in a year, by when the world hopes to findContinue reading “COVID-19 Crisis and the World’s Challenges”