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13th March, 2019 The Hindu Daily Editorial discussion (Hindi)
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Ashish Singh
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  1. The Hindu Daily Editorial Discussion 13/3/19 By - Ashish Singh


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  3. Page 8 Page 9 "'India must work slowly on China so that it In the pursuit of four freedoms .The principles that inform a lived life of dignity aligns itself with us on terror' .The former diplomat on India's next steps with must dictate choices in the great Indian election of 2019 To serve the governed The Official Secrets Act has no place in a democracy, as the Goswami Commission had suggested in the late 1970s Pakistan, the China-Pakistan relationship, and India's evolving ties with China . Pulwama and after India lost the battle of perceptions, but it won the war of interests The power of two Assembly election campaigns could have a bearing on the parliamentary polls . Final showdown .The IS is facing defeat, but the search for a political solution in Syria should continue


  4. To serve the governed GS PAPER 2 Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India's interest How the area under IS control has shrunk Jan 2015 Oct 2016 Mosu Mosu SYRIA SYRIA Damasc s IRAQ Bag Damascus RAQ Baghdad dad Jul 2017 Feb 2019 Mosu SYRIA SYRIA Last IS-held territory DamascusIRAQ Baghdad Dam IRAQ


  5. TURKEY KURDISTAN IRAN SYRIA RAQ


  6. 50 miles TURKEY Raqqa Aleppo Euphrates SYRIA IA Deir Ezzor Isis control Foqani Baghuz IRAQ Damascus al-Tanf Areas of control Regime Turks JORDAN Rebels Kurds Syrian democratic forces


  7. REST OF THE WORLD 18m c TURKEY. SYRIA 2m- IRAQ IRAN WHERE 5m ARE THE KURDS? 1 MILLION KURDISH PEOPLE CIA World Fact Book, 2014 KEY: THE KURDISH PROJECT


  8. Assad regime Bashar al-Assad President of Syria < Bashar Hafez al-Assad is a Syrian politician who has been the President of Syria since 17 July 2000. He is also commander-in-chief of the Syrian Armed Forces and Regional Secretary of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party's branch in Syria. He is a son of Hafez al-Assad, who was President of Syria from 1971 to 2000.


  9. The Islamic State, which at its peak controlled territories straddling the Iraq-Syria border of the size of Great Britain, is now fighting for half a square kilometre in eastern Syria. . The Syrian Democratic Forces, the Kurdish-led rebel group assisted by the U.S., has effectively laid siege to Baghouz, the eastern Syrian village where about 500 IS jihadists along with 4,000 women and children are caught. When the IS lost bigger cities such as Raqqa and Deir Ezzor in . easternSia, militants moved to Baghouz and the deserts in the south. After the SDF moved to Baghouz, several civilians fled the village. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights estimates that nearly 59,000 people have left IS-held territory since December, and at least 4,000 jihadists have surrendered since February . .


  10. . Both President Donald Trump and the SDF commanders say victory . Victory in Baghouz will also mean the IS's territorial caliphate is . Since the battle for Kobane in 2015, which marked the beginning of against the IS is imminent. shattered the end of the IS, Syrian Kurdish rebels have been in the forefront of the war. Naturally, the SDF would claim the final victory against the IS. .


  11. Mr. Trump has already announced the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria. The Turkish government of President Recep Tayyip Erdo an is wary of the rapid rise of the Syrian Kurds, who are organisationally and ideologically aligned with Kurdish rebels on the Turkish side. The Syrian regime, on its part, has vowed to re-establish its authority over the Kurdish autonomous region in the northeast .If Turkey and Syria attack Kurdish rebels, who were vital in the battle against the IS, that would throw northeastern Syria into chaos again, which would suit the jihadists. .To avoid this, there must be an orderly U.S. withdrawal and a political solution to the Syrian civil war.