India’s North Eastern States, and her immediate eastern neighbours, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and Myanmar, is a geographically compact region in Eastern South Asia. Lying in the underbelly of the mighty Himalayas, a defining feature of the entire region is the many rivers that interlace the region. An elaborate network of rain and snow-fed rivers drain the region and flow into the Bay of Bengal.
Nadi Festival 2016 Report
India’s North Eastern states, and her immediate eastern neighbors, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and Myan- mar, comprise a geographically compact region in Eastern South Asia. Lying in the underbelly of the mighty Himalayas, a defining feature of the entire region is the many rivers that interlace the region
Asian Confluence Concept Note & Activity Report
The “Asian Confluence”, is an initiative of DivyaJeevan Foundation* to promote an open space for cultural and intellectual exchanges towards creating better understanding of the North Eastern region of India in the larger context of India as an emerging power in East Asian geopolitics
Young Scholars Forum
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INDIA’S LOOK EAST POLICY: THE LOOK SOUTH ASPECT: EXPLORING WIN-WIN SYNERGIES THROUGH INDO BANGLADESH BORDER TRADE AND TOURISM
The North Eastern Region of India, share borders with as many as five of India’s immediate seven neighbours. India has long enunciated her “Look East Policy” which in recent times has gained further importance in bringing hope to end the isolation of land locked North Eastern states. In essence it would mean opening up the region to the larger South Asian Theatre and its booming markets.
THE SHILLONG CONSENSUS CONFERENCE REPORT
India’s North Eastern States & Eastern Neighbours: Engaging For Connectivity, Culture & Prosperity By An Intelligent Third Spac The Shillong Dialogue 5th- 6th December, 2014 Shillong.