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  • Bhismacarita

    A collcetion of mythological stories about Bhisma, on of the central characters of the Mahabharata. This monograph is from the private collection of Indranath Majumder, Kolkata, W.B., India.

    Sri Lankan Presidential Elections 2015

    "On August 17, Sri Lanka’s 15 million strong electorate went to the national polls for the second time this year. Among analysts, there is no doubt that this was not only a ‘popular vote’, which decided over the new composition of the country’s 225-seat-parliament, it was also a referendum regarding the basic nature of Sri Lanka’s political culture. Furthermore it was a choice of destiny over the future course of national reconciliation, the need for political revamping to fix political-admin...

    Bidhaba bibaha nisedha byabastha

    A long essay about the prohibition of widow remarriage. This monograph is from the private collection of Indranath Majumder, Kolkata, W.B., India.

    The gDung Lineages of Central & Eastern Bhutan - A Reappraisal of their Origin, Based on Literary Sources

    The essay analyses the lineages of the gDung families of Central and Eastern Bhutan, which was described in different literary sources like Gyalrig, a textbook, written in the 17th century. The author points out their origin in Tibet and explores time and reasons for moving to the Bhutan region.

    Shifting or shirking responsibility? Bonn's Second Afghanistan Conference in Perspective

    In the light of this US-Iran hostility, the worsening of US-Pakistan relations, an Iran-Pakistan rapprochement, and the Indo-Pakistan rivalry, there is no doubt that the matrix of interests of major regional and non-regional players is quite complex, contradictory and will remain harmful to Afghanistan's development.
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