Indian Pharma: The Bitter Pill
India is the world's largest producer of generic medications in terms of volume, thanks to its efficient production of "global standard medicine" at affordable prices. Nonetheless, incidents involving child fatalities in the Gambia and Uzbekistan cast doubt on the country's drug laws.
Japan’s Defence Overhaul: From Pacifist to Militarist
The region has been agitated by Japan's intention to double its defence spending by 2027. The "major shift" in Japanese security policies has been extensively debated, including how and why Japan is giving up its "pacifist" roots and choosing militarization.
Pakistani Nationalism: Of Dreams and Delusions
Decades after the Lahore Resolution, the nation celebrates "Pakistan Day" with much fanfare and a kind of nationalism that is made up of a conglomerate of various delusions and desires.
Bollywood: India’s Propaganda Tool
In Modi's India, the religious extremists and ultra-nationalists are using the media as a tool of propaganda to justify their unjustifiable atrocities and violence against Muslims and other minorities in India.
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