As India enters into poll on 7th April, 2014, analyst Arafat Kabir examines what this election mean to Bangladesh? He dismisses a widespread speculation that argues India’s support to present government of Bangladesh would change if BJP comes into power in India. Arafat states, “Delhi requires a stable and cooperative administration in Dhaka in order to maintain the regional equilibrium of power. Taking this into account, BJP may not find any trouble if Hasina’s Awami League government vows to work with BJP the same way it did with Congress.”
This is a brief historical narrative about the evolution of the Indian Space program by Kartik Bommakanti. According to the author, Vikram Sarabhai, the late Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) played a key role in expansion of the ISRO that achieved the “requisite technical proficiency for Research and Development (R&D) of all complex satellite systems.”
Mustafa Zaidi* explores the political landscape of India in the lead up to the 2014 general election. Through the analysis of the Indian Congress Party, the Bharatiya Janata Party & the Aam Aadmi Party, Mustafa shares his vision of India’s political future.
Soibal Dasgupta* It had been a long time since I last met my school friends. I found a diary that I had used during my schooling times. At the back of the diary I found the names and addresses of my school friends which I had noted down […]
Peerzada Noorani* Kashmir is an extravagantly beautiful place. Its limitless awe of snow peaked mountains, roaring rivers, lush green meadows, lakes and springs enchant you with a heavenly experience as a traveller. Its people, like its landscape are beautiful. They have seen the worst of times but have […]