Author Archives: Saanya Gulati

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About Saanya Gulati

Saanya Gulati is a senior at Tufts University from India, majoring in International Relations and Sociology.

The Complex Puzzle of Growth in India and China

ShareThe discourse on India and China is often seen analysed through different lenses: the democracy versus development lens – we tend to highlight the differences between these two countries in their political systems, economic structures and the different outcomes that … Continue reading

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Reflections from the Tufts Mushaira

ShareOn Thursday the 2nd of February 2012, the Association of Pakistani Allies (APA) organized a Mushaira (Urdu Poetry Recital) at Tufts along with support from the Tufts Association of South Asians (TASA) and the Institute for Global Leadership (IGL). [apologies … Continue reading

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Kashmir: the land of many truths

Share Kashmir, Qasmir or Casmere, the land of many names and far greater narratives. The land of many truths is a place of great beauty, caught in the web of a dysfunctional state government and at the crossroads of an … Continue reading

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Happy Republic Day India

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ShareWhile our team at SAPAC has been off for winter break, we apologise that our blogs have become more infrequent. However we promise to continue updating our site with exciting events, engaging blogs and look forward to hearing from more fellow … Continue reading

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