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Is Kashmir Ready for Independence from India and Pakistan?

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January 31, 2016
Is Kashmir Ready for Independence from India and Pakistan?

 Interview with Prominent Kashmiri Leader Raja Muzaffar Against the backdrop of recently renewed talks between India and Pakistan and the historical baggage it carries with failed negotiations in the last 60 years, it is hard to know how long the current round of congeniality would last. If the dialogue continues this time, for sure...
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South Asia Democracy Watch Recognizes Baloch Activists

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January 21, 2016
South Asia Democracy Watch Recognizes Baloch Activists

Over 9,000 People Killed and 35,000 Disappeared in Balochistan: Maama Qadeer Extreme measures don’t bring peace, they spread hatred against authorities: Farzana Majeed Baloch Plans to Organize Protest March from Washington D.C. to New York      South Asia Democracy Watch (SADeW), a U.S. based nonprofit organization that works to promote democracy and human rights,...
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Nepal Elects a Female President

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October 31, 2015
Nepal Elects a Female President

Election of female president and speaker marks a political shift in Nepal                   After adopting a secular constitution recently, Nepal has achieved another milestone by electing its first woman president. Country’s parliament elected Bidhya Devi Bhandari as its first woman president last week who is also...
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New constitution of Nepal-A step forward to democracy

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September 22, 2015
New constitution of Nepal-A step forward to democracy

  Constituent Assembly of Nepal approves new constitution Nepal has achieved another milestone on the read to democracy overcoming a prolonged political strife, ending monarchy and successfully holding a series of elections. The South Asian nation has adopted a new constitution carving the nation’s image as a secular democracy and proposing a new model...
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International Day of Democracy

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September 15, 2015
International Day of Democracy

    South Asia Democracy Watch commends measures to strengthen democracy in the region Reiterates commitment to people’s power on the International Day of Democracy South Asia Democracy Watch, a nonprofit and independent organization based in the United States, has congratulated the leaders of South Asian nations on strengthening democratic values by holding regular...
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