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This newsletter, conceived to give a glimpse of the many and varied projects conducted by the French research centres in India, circulated for several years as a "dead-tree" newsletter, then as a large PDF file. After a pause for reflection in 2016, we decided to relaunch it in a more convenient online format as a biannual newsletter. This second issue in the new format covers the second half of 2017, with one or two allusions to significant events from just outside this period. Click here for previous issues
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PhD Theses

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D. BALASUBRAMANIAN , research engineer at the GeoSMIT Department of the IFP (formerly known as LIAG), successfully defended his PhD thesis on the "Democratic practices in technology and developing societies" from the Department of Anthropology, University of Madras, Chennai on October 23, 2017. read more




M. VINOTH, research scholar at the Indology Department of the IFP, successfully defended his thesis "Mālatīmādhave Samastapadānāṃ Vivecanātmakam Adhyayanam (An analysis of compound words in Mālatīmādhavam - [A Sanskrit Drama in X Acts])" from the Department of Sanskrit and Indian Culture, SCSVMV University, Kanchipuram on 5th October 2017.