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There is intense dissatisfaction with how people's lives are panning out, which has not yet assumed the form of anger.
Not just agriculture and food production, in any area where technology is involved, whether science and technology, is fraught with dispute.
That feeling of homecoming hasn’t diminished any over the years.
Is India changing its stance both with regard to military bases in the broader Indo-Pacific region and even on its soil?
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