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Aung San Suu Kyi's lessons in nationalism - Nilanjana Sengupta, Mail Today
I was fortunate to be a part of the first Irrawaddy Literary Festival - the first of its kind Myanmar has known in perhaps half a century. It was organised at the Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon in February 2013. Winter and early spring are the traditional seasons for literary talks. This particular morning was cool, the air having lost its chilling bite, and indolent, cotton-ball clouds were reflected in the blue waters of the Inya Lake.
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Lead Country without a PM - Ayesha Siddiqa, Pioneer
Support for secular Balochistan to hit at Pak terror - Lawrence Sellin, Pioneer
Why in Pakistan, 'politicians are held accountable, but army chiefs are not' - Harsha Kakar, Mail Today
Handshake that launched liberals into fits of anger - John Wight, Sputnik News
Africa's terror challenge - Pioneer
Trump's fake news spin on Paris climate deal - RK Pachauri, Pioneer
Engaging an inward looking US - C Raja Mohan, Pioneer
The Afghanistan gamble - Pioneer
France on move with cross-party vision - Makhan Saikia, Pioneer
Europe constantly at war with extremism - Hiranmay Karlekar, Pioneer
Getting China strategy right - Pravin Sawhney, Pioneer
Moderate Iran triumphs - Pioneer
Rouhani faces dual challenge - Manoj Joshi, DailyO
Nepal turns the corner - Kanak Mani Dixit, Hindu
The attempt to unseat Nawaz Sharif shows how Pakistan's religious laws confuse piety with justice - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
World must unite to help Kabul fight Taliban - Pioneer
A snap election: Back into battle - Economist
Taiwan riddle for Trump, Xi - Manan Dwivedi, Pioneer
Deadly weapon attack - Pioneer
In the trap of history - Khaled Ahmed, Indian Express
Rex factor: A new America can engage Dragon - Manan Dwivedi, Pioneer
The unwanted minority of Af-Pak! - Makhan Saikia, Pioneer
London horror: West must stop self-kicking - Balbir Punj, Pioneer
Power does not temper them - Kanishk Tharoor, Hindustan Times
Donald Trump gives CIA power to carry out its own drone strikes - Harriet Agerholm, Independent
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Unfortunately, parties like the Congress and CPI(M) have attacked the Army chief and armed forces who have registered major success in eliminating terrorists and their sponsors across the border. It is because of the security forces’ effective actions that Pakistan-sponsored terrorists have been under siege. We hope political parties will speak up against the enemies of India rather than aiming theirs barbs at the Army. Such political opportunism has given unwarranted moral strength to the enemies of the country and in a way it contributed to such action (the attack on pilgrims).
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