India’s waning power in B’desh
The first time when I went to Dhaka a few weeks after the liberation of Bangladesh in 1971, I could even taste pro-India feelings but with noticeable anti-Hindu sentiments. A few weeks ago when I was there, I sensed something entirely opposite. There is a strong anti-India feeling but a positive attitude towards Hindus who constitute 9.1 per cent of Bangladesh population of 180 million.
Mumbai terror attack: A temporary jolt in Indo-Pak peace process
The Mumbai terror attack will have only a temporary setback in the Indo-Pakistan peace process, says a South Asian expert. Pervaiz Iqbal Cheema, president of the Islamabad-based Policy Research Institute (PRI), delivering a lecture on the Indo-Pak Peace Process at the Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies on Friday said periodically non-state actors, meaning terrorists, had struck in the sub continent, but the implication of their actions had only dealt temporary blows to the relations between the two countries or to the peace process which began in 2004 in Islamabad during the 12th South Asian summit.
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