South Asia

Genetically modified Crops and Food Security

Genetically modified Crops and Food Security

By- Dr Ratul Ch Rajkhowa & Anindita Deka Advertisements The Government of India is celebrating, every year, National Science Day (NSD) on 28th February to honour Nobel Laureate, Sir C.V. Raman, for his splendid invention of ‘Raman Effect’. The following article is written in the light of the focal theme of NSD, 2013 which is […]

One Fifth of world population and their Challenge

One Fifth of world population and their Challenge

By- Swadesh Roy | Date- March 13, 2012 Advertisements South Asia is a diverse region comprising of eight different countries. Together they account for more than one fifth of the world population. A large number of people of this one fifth are below poverty level. With these large numbers of poor people, eight countries are […]

Pro-Democracy Burmese oppose ASEAN chair to Burma

Pro-Democracy Burmese oppose ASEAN chair to Burma

By- Nava Thakuria | Date- November 24, 2011 The pro-democracy Burmese and their sympathizers have expressed their resentments on Burma’s elevation as the would be chair of the Association of South East Asian Nations. Terming the recent initiative of ASEAN to grant Burma the 2014 Chair as premature as the authorities have failed to fulfill key […]

Indo-Israel Relation Is Blessing for Both

Indo-Israel Relation Is Blessing for Both

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury Amongst South Asian nations, India and Nepal have full diplomatic relations with Israel, while Pakistan started economic relations with Israel few years back. Saudi Arabia started economic relations with Israel back in 1982, though, Bangladesh, being a country, which could greatly benefit from its relations with Israel both economically,  technologically as well […]

India-Bangladesh relation – New Berlin Wall is opening

India-Bangladesh relation – New Berlin Wall is opening

By- Swadesh Roy | Date- August 03, 2011 Sonia Gandhi president of Indian National Congress and the chief of National Democratic Aliens of India came to Dhaka to join an autism conference of South Asia on 25 July. It was a non-political visit but at the end, it proves that visit was a highly diplomatic […]