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Exodus and eviction in Sri Lanka's civil war - Nirupama Subramanian, Hindu
At a time the debate on Sri Lanka is focussed on the first five months of 2009 during which a yet undetermined number of Tamil civilians lost their lives in the final phases of the Army's military push against the LTTE, an anthropological discussion of how the island's two main minorities – Tamils and Muslims – view family, home, and homeland from the prism of their 30 year-experience of conflict might seem esoteric.
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ISIL: Fighting new enemy in West Asia - Economic Times
End of the American century - Prem Shankar Jha, Indian Express
Modi and Jokowi - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
No endgame in Hong Kong - Minxin Pei, Indian Express
India, Vietnam to identify newer areas of cooperation - Elizabeth Roche, Mint
With an eye on China, India to step up military ties with Lanka, Maldives - Rajat Pandit, Times of India
After US, Modi to address Indian diaspora in Australia - Times of India
Japanese PM Abe suffers setback as two ministers quit - Linda Sieg, Reuters
Xi Jinping gambles on ‘Chinese Dream’ - Atul Aneja, Hindu
Bad math makes China's GDP No. 1 - Noah Smith, Business Standard
Why the best hope for an Islamic enlightenment comes from the Shia clerics of Iraq - Deepak Lal, Business Standard
India, China agree to defuse tensions - Suhasini Haidar, Hindu
A terror warning unleashes a frisson ahead of the SAARC summit - Yubaraj Ghimire, Indian Express
Why the West is unwilling to pressure Pakistan on terrorism - Jaimini Bhagwati, Business Standard
'Hundreds of ISIS ultras killed in Syria' - Pioneer
Russia hugs China - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
Hong Kong protesters have relied on pop culture to get their message across - Nury Vittachi, Indian Express
Why, for many in Pakistan, it is safer to think of Malala as an American spy - Komail Aijazuddin, Indian Express
Australian’s POW Novel Wins Man Booker Prize - Alexandra Alter, ET
Pakistan not ready for peace - Manoj Joshi, Mail Today
India-Nepal: Ensuring that trust isn't frittered away - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
Canada backs India in its fight against terror - Suhasini Haidar, Hindu
The UK surely knows better - Hindustan Times
India seeks edge in Arctic race with Prez Norway trip - Rajat Pandit, Times of India
India should look to Europe for an economic boost - Kanwal Sibal, Mail Today
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