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Dalit politics at crossroads?
Jul 11, 2017

Dalit politics at crossroads?

Results of the 2014 general election and the subsequent Assembly elections clearly established that Dalit politics is undergoing a change.

Dams as disasters: Are the dams in Arunachal Pradesh aggravating flood damages in Assam?
May 12, 2022

Dams as disasters: Are the dams in Arunachal Pradesh aggravating flood damages in Assam?

Constructing structural interventions without undertaking proper evaluations has led to man-made disasters.

Dams as displacers: A heavy social cost to incur
Jul 04, 2022

Dams as displacers: A heavy social cost to incur

The hydropower projects in Myanmar are riddled with challenges, therefore, a more holistic approach needs to be adopted, making sure all the stakehold

Danger in Wuhan
Apr 26, 2018

Danger in Wuhan

Even while seeking to improve ties with China, New Delhi should be careful not to limit its own strategic choices.

Dangerous optimism on Doklam
Aug 16, 2017

Dangerous optimism on Doklam

Military confrontation between India and China on Doklam is showing little sign of abating — China is not in any mood to moderate its words.

Dangerous reds
Feb 19, 2005

Dangerous reds

Although it would not be entirely false to suggest that Maoists have managed to capture the imagination of a large section of Nepalese society because of the widespread poverty and continued neglect by successive monarchs and political leadership, there are quite a few other, equally valid, reasons why Maoists have had a run of the Nepalese countryside.

Dangerous Straits: What’s driving tensions between Beijing and Taipei
Oct 25, 2021

Dangerous Straits: What’s driving tensions between Beijing and Taipei

A growing concern has been expressed at the heightened bellicosity projected by China towards Taiwan. Will China resort to a military takeover after a

Dangers of optimism: India needs to guard against turning complacent
Sep 03, 2019

Dangers of optimism: India needs to guard against turning complacent

An unshakable optimism about the long-term destiny of India's economy is counter-productive at moments of crisis

Dangers of Pak-TTP talks success
Feb 20, 2014

Dangers of Pak-TTP talks success

If the Pakistan-TTP talks succeed Pakistan may actually metamorphose from a hybrid theocracy to a complete theocracy, as Ayesha Siddiqa argues, because the Taliban, good or bad, want implementation of the Sharia. Thus all would depend on how far Pakistan's military and civilian leadership want to go to accommodate Taliban demands or prefer to wage war against TTP.

Dangers of the ISIS push in Iraq
Jun 17, 2014

Dangers of the ISIS push in Iraq

To arrest the spread of brutal Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, the US must go in with a limited military mission, thus aiding the process of bringing stability in Iraq and the region at large. However, it should not look at staying in Iraq for a long haul.

Darkening mood in Delhi over China
Jul 03, 2020

Darkening mood in Delhi over China

Opinions in New Delhi are hardening, even among sections of elite opinion-makers who are not seen as hyper-nationalists.

Darwinian world order: 2008 was different — there was global cooperation and no blame game about subprime origins
Apr 25, 2020

Darwinian world order: 2008 was different — there was global cooperation and no blame game about subprime origins

Given their own shoddy handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, Trump and the Republicans believe they must demonise China to win the November elections.

Dash for Gas: Opportunities & Challenges
Apr 17, 2023

Dash for Gas: Opportunities & Challenges

Fifty years after the first LNG tanker sailed from Mississippi to UK in 1959 natural gas has finally matured into a global commodity. Gas is no longer limited to being a regional resource or a continental resource.

Dash for Gas: Opportunities & Challenges
May 10, 2023

Dash for Gas: Opportunities & Challenges

Fifty years after the first LNG tanker sailed from Mississippi to UK in 1959 natural gas has finally matured into a global commodity. Gas is no longer limited to being a regional resource or a continental resource.

Data divide: The new face of digital inequality
May 17, 2024

Data divide: The new face of digital inequality

The data divide can drastically impact the progress of the 2030 Agenda, thus bridging this divide is imperative to ensure that no one is left behind

Data Empowerment and Protection Architecture: Concept and Assessment
Aug 12, 2021

Data Empowerment and Protection Architecture: Concept and Assessment

Free flow in data can unlock huge social and economic value in user data that is usually locked in silos. With this motivation, Data Empowerment and Protection Architecture (DEPA), a public-private endeavour, is being developed in India as a template for users to access and share their data on their terms. Not only does this form of data sharing promote competition, but it fosters innovation as well. This brief dissects the conceptual layers of D

Data flow and privacy - India’s role as the G20 President
Nov 05, 2022

Data flow and privacy - India’s role as the G20 President

India must ensure that the needs of developing countries are considered when discussing cross border flow of data

Data flow and privacy: G20 अध्यक्ष के रूप में भारत की डेटा प्रवाह और गोपनीयता में भूमिका!
Nov 11, 2022

Data flow and privacy: G20 अध्यक्ष के रूप में भारत की डेटा प्रवाह और गोपनीयता में भूमिका!

भारत को यह सुनिश्चित करना चाहिए कि data के सीमा पार प्रवाह प�

Data for development: Revisiting the non-personal data governance framework
Dec 30, 2020

Data for development: Revisiting the non-personal data governance framework

Any new framework for non-personal data must consider that data is not just an economic resource to be commodified, neither is it an instrument of sov