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Rudroneel Ghosh

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Rudroneel Ghosh is a Jr Assistant editor with The Times of India, India's largest English daily. He works for the editorial page of the paper and regularly comment on international affairs.

Rohingya Crisis: Why Aung San Suu Kyi is disappointing the world

New Delhi - The ongoing Rohingya crisis in Myanmar has put the spotlight on Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi and her stubborn refusal...

Compassion Needed: International community needs to do more to end persecution...

New Delhi - The ongoing persecution of the Rohingya population in Myanmar once again highlights the pathetic condition of the stateless ethnic group. For...

Legend In The Kasbah: Ibn Battuta Lives on in the Hearts...

Tangier - It is a sad reality that most ordinary folks in India know very little about Morocco. The converse, however, isn’t true thanks...

Global minds discuss populism at Assilah Forum Foundation

Rabat - With the world witnessing a spurt in populist political trends, the colloquium session of the 2017 Assilah Forum Foundation put the issue...

The France-Morocco Relationship is Slated to Become a Global Asset

New Delhi - French President Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche! has won a solid majority in the French National Assembly. This means that the new...

UN Security Council’s Western Sahara Resolution: A Bid for Stability in...

New Delhi - There’s no denying the fact that the world today is going through a period of change and uncertainty. This in turn...

Power Ahead: India Needs to Shed Lethargy in Ties with Morocco...

Rabat - It is pertinent to note that India and the north African nation of Morocco will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the...

Step Towards Future: Morocco Returns to its African Union Family

New Delhi - In a historic development, Morocco has returned to the African Union (AU) after a gap of 33 years during the 28th summit...

It’s time for African Union to welcome Morocco Back Into its...

New Delhi - In massive implications for Africa, the African Union (AU) summit in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa – which will culminate...

Morocco Is Emerging as a Strong Voice for Africa

New Delhi - Continuing his series of visits to sister African nations, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI recently undertook a momentous tour of the East...

Why India Should Support Morocco’s Bid to Rejoin African Union

New Delhi - In a smart move, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI has embarked on a tour of the East African nations of Rwanda, Tanzania...

India and Morocco Must Join Forces to Make COP22 a Success

New Delhi - Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement that India is ready to ratify the Paris Climate Agreement on October 2 is certainly a...

Rejecting Distortions: Morocco Emerging as Custodian of True Islam

Mew Delhi - In yet another significant speech, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI used the occasion of the 63rd anniversary of the Revolution of the King...

Worrying Signs: Tensions between Morocco and Mauritania Bad for North Africa

New Delhi - In worrying signs, tensions have been rising between the North African nations of morocco and Mauritania. Reports have emerged that Mauritania’s...

Arab World Churning: India must smartly build a strategic partnership with...

New Delhi - The unveiling of Saudi Arabia’s ambitious plan, christened Saudi Vision 2030 – to wean the Islamic Kingdom away from oil, needs...

Hamid Ansari’s Upcoming Trip to Morocco Can Significantly Boost India-Africa Relations

New Delhi - In a significant move, Vice-President Hamid Ansari will be visiting the African nations of Morocco and Senegal in the middle of...

Morocco’s Inauguration of Noor Ouarzazate Solar Complex is a Great Model...

New Delhi - A significant development took place this week in Morocco when King Mohammed VI inaugurated the first phase of the Noor Ouarzazate concentrated...

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