Chanakia, the Indian Machiavelli

In the West, few have heard of the Indian treatise on political philosophy that anticipated the Machiavellian reason of state in almost two millennia. Compared since its discovery with The Prince, the Artha-shastra turns the common good into the true end of Raja’s government. Its author was a counselor and…

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Five activists of an NGO were abducted and raped in India

Five young activists were allegedly kidnapped and raped in a group in eastern India, in a new case of sexual assault in the Asian giant. The incident occurred on Tuesday in the village of Kochang, in the state of Jharkhand. The activists, hired by the NGO Asha Kiran, related to…

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The biggest wall in the world suffocates Bangladesh

India and Bangladesh share one of the largest borders in the world: 4,100 km. Although most of this border runs through Indian Bengal, a region that shares language and culture with Bangladesh, the Indian government is building a wall that, once completed, will be longer than those in Mexico, Palestine…

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A large peasant strike threatens to leave India without vegetables

Today is a week of the peasant strike that has been raging throughout India. Strangled by the debt, the growing poverty and the neglect of the government, the media and their compatriots, the Indian peasantry has said enough and will be until June 10 claiming crucial requests for their survival,…

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A father’s fight against junk food in India

According to experts, people in India are much more prone to diabetes than people in other parts of the world. The effort of a father to prohibit the sale of unhealthy food in and near schools has paid little, but the battle continues.

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A father’s fight against junk food in India

According to experts, people in India are much more prone to diabetes than people in other parts of the world. The effort of a father to prohibit the sale of unhealthy food in and near schools has paid little, but the battle continues.

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A father’s fight against junk food in India

According to experts, people in India are much more prone to diabetes than people in other parts of the world. The effort of a father to prohibit the sale of unhealthy food in and near schools has paid little, but the battle continues.

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A father’s fight against junk food in India

According to experts, people in India are much more prone to diabetes than people in other parts of the world. The effort of a father to prohibit the sale of unhealthy food in and near schools has paid little, but the battle continues.

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The phumdis, the floating islands of India

Scattered across Lake Loktak, the several thousand phumdis and their surrounding waters are vital for irrigation, drinking water and food supplies, so the lake has been referred to as the “lifeguard of Manipur”. The phumdis hold about 200 species of aquatic plants and 400 species of animals, including the rare…

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