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Abhijit Singh

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Ghazal Mohabbat Mein by Abhijit Singh

Kavi Kavita Aur Kahaniyan

Ghazal Mohabbat Mein by Abhijit Singh. Written, edited and recited  by Abhijit Singh.


19 Jan 2021

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Sea Control 201 - The Chinese-Indian Maritime Balance of Power with Abhijit Singh and Collin Koh

Sea Control

Links:"Will the India-China Border Conflict Lead to a Naval War" by Abhijit Singh, The Strategist, June 26, 2020."Time to Leverage the Strategic Potential of Andaman and Nicobar Islands" by Sujan Chinoy, IDSA, June 26, 2020.


27 Sep 2020

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Sea Control 185 – Stable Seas: Bay of Bengal with Jay Benson and Abhijit Singh

Sea Control - CIMSEC

By Jared Samuelson Stable Seas’ Jay Benson and the Observer Research Foundation’s Abhijit Singh come aboard Sea Control to discuss Stable Seas’ report on the Bay of Bengal, human and physical geography around the Bay, national security concerns, the difficulties of synchronizing the “blue economy,” and challenges unique to the Bay’s many riverine ports and … Continue reading Sea Control 185 – Stable Seas: Bay of Bengal with Jay Benson and Abhijit Singh →

22 Jun 2020

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Sea Control 185 - Stable Seas: Bay of Bengal with Jay Benson and Abhijit Singh

Sea Control

Links:1. Observer Research Foundation2. Stable Seas3. Stable Seas: Bay of Bengal4. BIMSTEC5. IORA


21 Jun 2020

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China's actions against India are driven by weakness, not strength - With Abhijit Singh

Deep in the SEA with Mirko Giordani

Is there a parallel between China's assertiveness and military actions in the South China Sea and the recent escalation against India? According to Abhijit Singh - former naval officer and Head of the Maritime Policy Initiative at ORF - China is acting in the Himalayas in the same way as in the South China Sea. It is carrying on minimal tactical shifts on the ground - which usually never trigger a tactical response - but slowly but surely changing the strategic scenario. However, in the Ladakh region, India has tactically responded to the menaces, causing several skirmishes. But what is the rationale behind China's assertiveness? According to Mr Singh, Chinese actions are dictacted by a deep sense of internal weakness, not strength. The CCP has been the target of international scrutiny - especially from the West and particularly the USA - for the COVID-19 epidemic. and this amounted pressure has exploded against India. Like a press ion cooker, the huge pressure on Xi Jinping's shoulders exploded against India.


1 Jun 2020

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Why Education Need to be Reformed with Guest Abhijit Singh (Conversations with Brian and Elijah)

Middle Ground

In this episode, Brian and Elijah talk about why education need to be reformed with guest Abhijit Singh. A 20 & 18 year old are on a mission to acquire and spread knowledge that empowers people to achieve the change they seek in their lives and the world. They discuss abstract concepts in all different fields such as Philosophy, Business, Science and Investing. Brian Castro is an 20-year-old student attending UC Irvine, pursuing a major in Philosophy and minoring in Business Administration. He has an interests in marketing, philosophy, business, and investing. Brian also interned for business icon Gary Vaynerchuk for 2 consecutive summers. Instagram: @justbrianbear Elijah Stacy is an 18-year-old high school Entrepreneur, CEO, Investor, Public Speaker, CRISPR advocate, and soon to be Author. Elijah runs the nonprofit organization, Destroy Duchenne, which he founded at age 15. Elijah is a self-described optimist, visionary, doer, maven, initiator, stoic and lover of humanity. He is ambitious to create a world of less human suffering and more human prosperity so that humanity can have a better quality of life. Instagram: @elijahjstacy--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

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27 May 2020