Experts’ Column

False information and misinformation appearing rampantly on social media platforms have further complicated the Covid-19 pandemic, impacting people’s lives and societies worldwide.

For India, increased engagements with Myanmar have multiple benefits.

Since the first COVID-19 case was recorded in China in late 2019, false information has appeared increasingly on social networking sites, therefore, it obstructed the governments and health organizations from efforts of prevention and fight…

The effect of COVID-19 on material affluence or scarcity of people is visible. Mental health conditions of people are largely hidden, obscure and imperceptible. Those who are dead due to COVID-19 will not return, but…

Each person could have his own reflection of Ho Chi Minh ideology. The ideology is vivid along with the life of each person. It accompanies us in our modern life, while it is adapted and…

India should be ready to face emerging Chinese designs at the LAC which could also lead to full-blown out military confrontation. India should also plan scrutiny of portfolio investors from China. India should ensure steps…

The threat of the disease could be used by authoritarian governments to amass power, and that technology can be used as a tool in that process, thus endangering democratic way of life.

Bangladesh and India are geographically different, there are many similarities in the traditions and cultures of the two countries.

India-Taiwan relations have developed in a very limited context. The COVID-19 crisis is an opportunity for both to strengthen ties beyond trade and commerce.

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