Bilateral Issues India should evolve new model to deal with democratic Bhutan

┬áBy Aniket Bhavthakar (SAU alumnus, International Relations, Class of 2013 batch) In 2008, the monarchy of the tiny Himalayan state of Bhutan decided to hand over power to its people and Bhutanese elected their first democratic government. After successful completion of its tenure, Bhutan voted in its second general election on July 13, 2013. It …

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Media Coverage: Indian Express 24th June 2013

In first year, South Asian University gets 1,000 applications for PhD By Naveed Iqbal In its first year of announcing doctoral programmes, the South Asian University (SAU) in the capital has received more than 1,000 applications for the 40 seats on offer for all SAARC countries. The doctoral programme for biotechnology received more than 500 …

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