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T N Ninan

T N Ninan: Moving into South Asia
T N Ninan

In 1991, when India launched its economic reforms, China's economy was about 50 per cent bigger than India's. By 2000, the Chinese economy had ...

Deepak Lal

Deepak Lal: Enlightenments, old and new - I
Deepak Lal

What can the history of the European enlightenments tell us about the chances of an Islamic enlightenment?

Sunanda K Datta-Ray

Sunanda K Datta-Ray: The never-ending peace process
Sunanda K Datta-Ray

No two countries can be genuine partners if suspicion lies between them like a drawn sword