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Jayanta Kalita

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Jayanta Kalita is a senior journalist and author. A former Associate Editor at Hindustan Times, Jayanta has worked for ThePrint, The Times of India, Mail Today among other media outlets. He has done his MA in English Literature from the University of Delhi. CONTACT: [email protected] is also an alumnus of the prestigious Asian College of Journalism in Chennai. He has written extensively on India’s Northeast and its immediate neighborhood. His interest areas include peace and conflict studies, environment, health, politics, culture, and literature.

Three Reason Why India Will Again Outweigh Pakistan & Become A ‘Trusted Ally’ Of The New US Govt

As India and Pakistan recently decided to cease-fire along the contentious Line of Control, there are tell-tale signs of Pakistan feeling the heat under...

China, FATF or Biden: What Made India & Pakistan Agree To Complete Ceasefire Along The LoC

Pakistan’s compulsions and India’s predicament may have prompted the two countries to jointly declare a ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC), their de...

How February 22 Brought A Sense Of Déjà Vu For The People In Myanmar

February 22 brought a sense of déjà vu for the people in Myanmar when the country witnessed a nationwide protest against the Military junta....

Ladakh Lessons – India Must Learn To Decipher China’s ‘Unpredictable & Secretive’ Foreign Policy

The Ladakh stand-off must have been a great learning experience for India. However, it should remain prepared for any eventuality in the future given...

Myanmar’s Military Coup Could Hit Rohingya Repatriation, But How Is China Linked To This Issue?

The February 1 military coup in Myanmar has put a big question mark on the Rohingya repatriation, a matter being closely watched by the...

World’s Biggest Democracies, India & U.S., Decry Myanmar Military Coup; Washington Issues Stern Warning

India and the US – the world’s two biggest democracies – have taken strong note of the military action in Myanmar. President U Win...

Does Russian President Putin Own A Billion Dollar Palace That Resembles The Den Of James Bond Movie? 

Russian President Vladimir Putin purportedly owns a $1.4-billion palace on a cliff above the Black Sea, an investigative report by a non-profit organization claims....

Indian Economy Has The Inherent Ability To Bounce Back Quickly, Latest IMF Data & 2008 Crisis Are Ample Proof

Unlike many developed nations, the beauty of the Indian economy lies in its ability to rebound very quickly, irrespective of the political dispensation in...

US Army’s Armed Gray Eagle Drone Suffers ‘Technical Glitch’, Grounded At Niger Air Base

A US Army MQ-1C Gray Eagle UAV made an emergency landing near Adagez, Niger, on Saturday due to a 'technical glitch'. The drone had...

Border Stand-Off, Pandemic & Prolonged Farmers’ Protest Could Dampen India’s Republic Day Spirits

India will celebrate its 72nd Republic Day in the shadows of a global pandemic, a prolonged border stand-off with China, and a months-long farmers’...

Jayanta Kalita

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Jayanta Kalita is a senior journalist and author. A former Associate Editor at Hindustan Times, Jayanta has worked for ThePrint, The Times of India, Mail Today among other media outlets. He has done his MA in English Literature from the University of Delhi. CONTACT: [email protected] is also an alumnus of the prestigious Asian College of Journalism in Chennai. He has written extensively on India’s Northeast and its immediate neighborhood. His interest areas include peace and conflict studies, environment, health, politics, culture, and literature.