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Asia Society remembers the gifted artist.
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India's lead on trade | Changing tack with China | Australian airtime in the Pacific | Thailand's human break
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A little late to the game, India certainly has the talent and expertise to be an AI power.
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Asia Society India Centre is hiring talented and motivated individuals looking to work in the space of business, policy, arts, culture and education.
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More than 80 works created in the wake of India's independence in 1947—primarily oil paintings from the 1940s to 1990s—are on view at Asia Society Museum in New York from September 14, 2018 through January 20, 2019.
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Jairam Ramesh and Vikram Singh Mehta discuss Jairam's new book, "Intertwined Lives: P.N. Haksar and Indira Gandhi," P.N. Haksar's career, and the state of civil service and bureaucracy in India.
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An afternoon with India's Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation
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How could Public-Private Partnerships help to reform India's educational system? Shaheen Mistri, CEO of Teach for India, Amitav Virmani, CEO of the Education Alliance, and Gaurav Singh, Founder of the 321 Education Foundation, discuss.
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Experts, including ASPI's Anubhav Gupta on the state of the Sino-India relationship a year after the Doklam standoff.
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T M Krishna, Karnatic vocalist and author of his new book "Reshaping Art" sat with Sidharth Bhatia, Founder Editor of the Wire.in, to discuss his views on art and society in India.
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Internet proponents discuss internet usage in India and how it has revolutionized the economy.
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Anubhav Gupta describes the goals and accomplishments of India's Act East policy.
Blog Post
How is artificial intelligence reshaping the Asian security landscape, and how will the U.S. respond?
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Professor Leonard van der Kuijp introduces the afternoon session of "Moving Borders: Tibet in Interaction With its Neighbors."
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Deborah Klimburg-Salter explains the diverse tradition of paintings from the Gu ge court on the western Tibet frontier.
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Rob Linrothe explores the conventions for representing sponsor figures in Buddhist art from India and Tibet.