This is Episode 12 of the The Pragati Podcast, hosted by Hamsini Hariharan and Pavan Srinath.
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How can cities protect their heritage when growing rapidly? Why is India deporting 40,000 refugees? How should we think of the trajectory of India’s foreign policy? All of this in the twelfth episode of the Pragati Podcast where Pavan Srinath and Hamsini Hariharan sit down for a fortnightly catch up. In the second half, Hamsini and Aparna Pande, a scholar at the Hudson Institute in Washington DC, look at the roots of India’s foreign policy