under China

And the changing colours of the stars over China

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21 Jan 2016 | BY Sunanda K Datta-Ray

Keechan, a world heritage site, is a small town in Jodhpur district, Rajasthan, which sees many visitors between October and March every year. The three-foot tall Demoiselle cranes, which boast of a distinctly loud call, fly thousands of kilometres over China, Russia and the Himalayas to get here0

6 Jan 2016 | BY T Narayan

When will world leaders act with alacrity in the battle against global warming?

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4 Dec 2015 | BY Shruti Vyas

China’s capital city is surrounded by hotspots of innovation that are powering the economy ahead

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25 Nov 2015 | BY Sumita Dawra

Since 1989, the Nepalese government has not recognised Tibetans as refugees

I never expected this building to be so dangerous, said Tenzin Paljor. Standing in the crumbled remains of the former weaving hall, the secretary of the Jawalakhel Handicraft Centre is dejected. The centre, which has played a pivotal role in the lives of the Tibetan refugees living next to it, is now unusable.

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5 Nov 2015 | BY Namita Rao and Ritu Panchal

Modi should not waste his time on the UN

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1 Oct 2015 | BY Harsh V Pant

A majestic narrative on the Silk Roads retells global history where West and Central Asia form the axis of power play. The historian as a captivating storyteller is less convincing when he turns prophetic. The roads may not rise again

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30 Sep 2015 | BY Srinath Raghavan

Dwarfed by doubts and hobbled by a lack of political will, India has for so long failed to play out its inherent strength. Can Prime Minister Narendra Modi unlock the great-power potential of the country? A new book by one of India’s foremost strategic thinkers anatomises the power paradigms of a nation in transition

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16 Sep 2015 | BY Bharat Karnad

Given how globalised India has got since the rupee was freed to float, turbulence was only to be expected. But it may not be such a bad idea to nudge the currency along a bit

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11 Sep 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali

Having tom-tommed share ownership by the proletariat, China must have figured it had to keep prices up. Even after this crash, Chinese stocks are overpriced

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27 Aug 2015 | BY Aresh Shirali
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