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Release of ASM Journal Volume 91

We are happy to share with you that on 25th November 2023, on the occasion of the Foundation Day of the Asiatic, the Society has released Volume 91 of the ASM Journal. It has come to the Society's notice that some unscrupulous elements are collecting money for publishing papers in the Society's Journal and offering bogus certificates. The Asiatic Society does not collect money for publishing in its journal, nor does it guarantee publication, and neither does it issue any certificate. Authors must verify with the Society before submitting any papers, and papers will be published only after rigorous peer review and editing. The Society does not take responsibility for any payments made to third parties claiming to represent the Society, or for their papers appearing in a cloned/spam journal. Ours is a print-only journal. 


The Literary Club of the Asiatic Society of Mumbai
invites you to the Book Launch and Discussion Programme of the book
"Recasting the Indosphere: Indic Strategy for Sinic Challenge" by Pulind Samant
on Monday 8th April 2024 at 5.00 p.m. in the Durbar Hall of the Society

The Literary Club of the Asiatic Society of Mumbai takes pleasure in inviting you to the book launch and discussion programme of “Recasting the Indosphere: Indic Strategy for Sinic Challenge” [A Brief Review of Historical Connection of Indic Civilisation with Southeast Asia and Its Implications in Today's Geopolitics] by Pulind Samant on Monday, 8th April 2024, at 5.00 p.m. in the Durbar Hall of the Society.   The programme will be presided by Dr. Uttara Sahasrabuddhe, former Head of the Department of Civics & Politics, University of Mumbai.

This book is an offshoot of the Ph.D. research undertaken by the author on a related topic. Although the topic-specific research is work-in-progress, the need to publish a dedicated research on a diversion discovered on the way was felt necessary, being highly relevant with the backdrop of the ongoing power-rivalry between China and India, which appears to have sharpened since the re-emergence of the construct of the Indo-Pacific.. 
Pulind Samant has done his Master's degree in Labour Studies from the University of Mumbai.  He pursued a corporate career in the profession of Human Resource Management, between 1990 and 2017, after which he began his second career of academic pursuits. He has a few research articles and papers published in his area of interest i.e. international relations pertaining to the India-centric geopolitical & strategic dimensions of the Southeast Asia region.
Pulind is also a professional translator; his latest Marathi translation ‘धर्म माझा वेगळा: पाश्चात्य वैश्विकीकरणाला दिलेले भारतीय आव्हान' ’ of the seminal work of Rajiv Malhota, 'Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Universalism' was published in June 2023, and was well received.





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