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Kolkata | 6 months ago
Kolkata to Kunming: Forum to focus on seven areas
Kolkata, Sep 22 - The Kolkata to Kunming - Forum, that seeks to strengthen sub-regional economic cooperation between India and China, will deliberate on seven sectors for greater collaboration at its ninth session here Nov 21-22.A 20-member delegation from China, with an additional 25-30 business representatives from Yunnan province, of which Kunming is capital, are scheduled to participate in the ... read more

9 months ago
Historian Barun De dies at 80
Kolkata, July 17 - Eminent historian and academician Barun De died at a private hospital here early Wednesday after a brief illness. De, 80, has left behind his wife, a son and a daughter. A renowned scholar, De's main area of research was modern India, and he specialised in the economic history of India in the 17th and 18th centuries, the Bengal Renaissance and British constitutional history. T ... read more

Kolkata | 9 months ago
Historian Barun De dies at 80
Kolkata, July 17 - Eminent historian and academician Barun De died at a private hospital here early Wednesday after a brief illness. De, 80, has left behind his wife, a son and a daughter.A renowned scholar, De's main area of research was modern India, and he specialised in the economic history of India in the 17th and 18th centuries, the Bengal Renaissance and British constitutional history.The M ... read more

Agartala | 1 year ago
'Fake barriers, bureaucracy posing hurdles in Indo-Bangla ties'
Agartala, April 27 - Man-made obstacles and bureaucratic hassles are major hurdles in fostering relations between India and Bangladesh leading to distrust, underdevelopment and non-execution of a range of bilateral issues, international experts said here Friday.The experts, including former diplomat Veena Sikri, international transport expert M. Rahmatullah, Dhaka University professor Meshbah Kama ... read more

Agartala | 1 year ago
'If Bangladesh grows, northeast India would develop too'
Agartala, April 26 - India, Bangladesh and other countries in the region should strengthen existing rail, road and water linkages for their prosperity since if Bangladesh grows, northeast India would also develop, said Bangladesh's envoy and other experts here.Bangladesh High Commissioner Tariq Ahmad Karim stressed on development that would make them truly land-linked with even more prosperous reg ... read more

New Delhi | 3 years ago
Afghanistan's neighbours must ensure its independence: India
New Delhi, Jan 6 - In a veiled reference to Pakistan, India Thursday said Afghanistan's neighbours should 'guarantee its independence rather than subvert it' and called for dismantling of the infrastructure of terrorism in the region.'Afghanistan's neighbours should guarantee its independence and sovereignty rather than subvert it. We must make Afghan security sustainable,' Jayant Prasad, special ... read more

New Delhi | 3 years ago
Indian regional literature to find global audience
New Delhi, May 24 - Indian regional literature will soon find an audience abroad with the government preparing a corpus of translations drawn from the cream of vernacular writings for distribution and sale out of the country.The culture ministry in association with three national akademis -- Lalit Kala Akademi, Sahitya Akademi and Sangeet Natak Akademi -- is working on a new project, 'Indian Liter ... read more

New Delhi | 6 years ago
Sanskrit gaining popularity in US, Europe
New Delhi, July 10 - What do the French Institute in Pondicherry, El Colegio de Mexico, Harvard University and Tel Aviv University have in common? All of them offer courses in Sanskrit in different parts of the world.According to a list of institutes offering Sanskrit made available at the University of Iowa in the US via its MyWeb network, many institutions in the US and Europe offer Sanskrit stu ... read more

Manila | 7 years ago
The unseen Indian hand in Manila's Moscow diplomacy
Manila, Aug 21 - A hitherto untold story recounted by a retired Filipino general reveals the role India played 36 years ago in helping Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos negotiate diplomatic relations with the then Soviet Union - courtesy a former journalist and Congress party official.The passage of time seemed to have allowed Gen. Jose Almonte - who for most part of his career was in the inne ... read more

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