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Minorities of India!

Minorities of India!

Constitutionally, India is a secular country but in practice the empirical data suggests that the country is set to be a Hindu state. Countless Hindu-Muslim riots in India after August 1947 including the demolition of Babri Mosque in December 1992 and communal riots in Indian Gujarat in February 2002 are some of the hallmarks of […]

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HINDU EXTREMISTS CREEP AHEAD IN INDIA

HINDU EXTREMISTS CREEP AHEAD IN INDIA

SINCE September 11, 2001, the world’s attention has properly been focused on the Islamic extremism, but there are also major violent trends in Hindu extremism that have largely been ignored in the West. In India, this violence is supported by Hindu extremists and their allies in the Indian government, which is currently led by the […]

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Growing Hindu Extremism in India: Implications for Neighbouring Countries

Growing Hindu Extremism in India: Implications for Neighbouring Countries

On September 28th, 2015, Mr. Asghar Ali Shad, Research Fellow IPRI, gave a lecture to IPRI scholars on the topic “Growing Hindu Extremism in India: Implications for Neighbouring Countries” at IPRI Conference Hall. He began the lecture by saying that the growing Hindu extremism in India is a very serious issue and it has serious […]

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Pakistan-India Relations: Post-Congress Era

Pakistan-India Relations: Post-Congress Era

Post-event Report One-day Conference on  “Pakistan-India Relations: Post-Congress Era” General: A one-day conference titled “Pakistan-India Relations: Post-Congress Era” was organized by Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) on August 4, 2015 at Serena Hotel, Islamabad. Lieutenant General (R) Asif Yasin Malik, former Secretary Defence, was the chief guest while Ambassador Khalid Mehmood, Chairman, Institute of Strategic […]

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Indian Elections and Future Uncertainties

The change of government in India will have far-reaching global as well as regional implications. It is too early to speculate whether dynastic politics have become irrelevant in the South Asian political culture but it has been somehow challenged due to bad governance and mismanagement of the ruling elite, which has been unable to cope with […]

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