The India-Myanmar Third Space Relations

The event saw a large number of participants ranging from the Distinguish fellows namely: L.S. Gassah, Sajal Nag, Abhijeet Choudhury, M. P. Bezberuah, P.P. Srivastava, Riewad Warjri, Ashoke Datta, River Wahlang, Social activist Mr. Toki Blah, Chief Secretary, Government of Meghalaya K.S. Kropha, and Students Community from Myanmar and Nagaland each participating and sharing their insights into the subject respectively.
Amb. Misri discussed in detail about how development in Myanmar affects India. “If there is peace in Myanmar, their bilateral tie also develops”. India has a physical connectivity with Myanmar; however what we don’t seem to have is an institutional connectivity.

There was a brain-storming session from all walks of life each drawing a significance of its own on how important a working relationship between India and it’s immediate neighbours in particular Myanmar act as an impetus in not only building a healthy economic relation between the two countries but also in reviving the long lost traditions which the two once shared with each other prior to independence.


FROM DATE TO DATE

15 April, 2017

 

TIME or DAY LONG

From 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

 

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