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How To Strengthen Cooperation For A Water Secure South Asia

Brahmaputra [Image by: Deep Goswami]

South Asia is witnessing unprecedented water challenges and risks. The impacts are wide-spread and intense. From receding glaciers in the …

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Why We Need A New Perspective On Rivers

A boy crossing a small channel containing sewage which drains into the Indus near Choglamsar in Leh [image by: Athar Parvaiz]

People have tended to see rivers merely as cubic metres of water to be dammed and diverted, but rivers need …

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Specters of Partition

By Amar Diwakar Partition is the sanguinary event upon which national identity in the Subcontinent pivots. Much like the Holocaust is …

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Specters of Partition

By Amar Diwakar Partition is the sanguinary event upon which national identity in the Subcontinent pivots. Much like the Holocaust …

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Confronting the Himalayan Environmental Crisis

    The last 12 months have marked significant progress in global renewable energy development, but the world’s most critical …

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