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Élections générales 2019

Élections générales 2019

April 17, 2019

Du 11 avril au 19 mai, la plus grande démocratie du monde va faire la démonstration de sa force lors des élections législatives nationales, menant à la nomination du Premier ministre et de son gouvernement. Au-delà de son ampleur, ce scrutin fera l’objet d’une âpre bat...

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Du spirituel aux spiritueux

Du spirituel aux spiritueux

September 19, 2018

Chaque État du Nord-Est de l’Inde possède sa ou ses propres boissons traditionnelles. Sortes de bière, de vin, de whisky, de vodka, de liqueurs ou encore de boissons médicinales, ces breuvages uniques, brassés dans les arrière-cours des maisons, sont destinés à la conso...

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The Battles Ahead

The Battles Ahead

January 5, 2018

With eight states going to the polls in the New Year, will the saffron surge hold its sway over voters or will it boost Congress prospects ahead of the 2019 elections?

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Natural Wonders of North East India

Natural Wonders of North East India

September 5, 2017

The eastern-most region of India collectively referred to as Northeast India is known for its extensively diverse lineage of flora and fauna and poetry-inspiring scenic beauty.

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A political somersault in the state of Bihar

A political somersault in the state of Bihar

July 28, 2017

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar joined hands with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as he jilted an uncomfortable ally, the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), and became the chief minister for the sixth time. What are the political ramifications for Indian politics?

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Coffee’s humble roots in India

Coffee’s humble roots in India

March 30, 2017

Famous for its coffee plantations, South India didn't grow the crop naturally. Now a major producer with several hill tracts growing unique flavours of coffee, it is where the story begins... well, not exactly.

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World AIDS Day – a mixed bag of hope and despair for India

World AIDS Day – a mixed bag of hope and despair for India

December 2, 2016

Being the third largest population in terms of HIV positive cases, India is still fighting social taboos despite various forms of awareness programmes.

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Northeast India in government’s tourism vision

Northeast India in government’s tourism vision

September 14, 2016

A meeting in Guwahati on 11th September organised by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) discussed the need for various activities to promote tourism, particularly in the Northeast region of India.

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Chai-Coffee-Culture

Chai-Coffee-Culture

June 16, 2016

Consumption of tea has been documented in Indian ancient texts like the Ramayana showing the native and cultural attachment of the beverage to India. It has also been documented in stories associated with Buddhist monks. It is the domestic drink for most and finding a chai (collo...

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