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India’s new power projection reflected in SCO meet

SCO meeting has noted the strength and confidence with which India has dealt with China.    After the recent visit...

China creating a flashpoint in South China Sea

China creating a flashpoint in South China Sea

In a brazenly hegemonic stand China refused to respect The Hague tribunal’s ruling that China’s sovereignty claims in South China...

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India’s diplomacy needs a new look in its neighbourhood

Anti India sentiments may be fashionable among select politicians in the region but in general people do not seem to...

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Rafale’s induction a game changer in South Asia

India’s defence preparedness with the addition of Rafale will provide confidence.   India finally received the first lot of five...

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Atmanirbhar Bharat move a defining moment of resilience

Sino-Indian crisis has made India find ways to transition from the service sector to the manufacturing sector.   The proclamation...

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India and EU have potential for robust strategic engagement

The full potential of the India-EU bilateral partnership is yet to be realised.   At a time when the entire...

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Banning Chinese apps boosts India’s security

Indian companies, technology researchers and start-ups must be encouraged to fill the gap in the social media space.   India...

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Wuhan Spirit evaporates, courtesy the Dragon

The Galwan road will give easy access to the Indian Army to the Karakoram Pass. China’s overall aim is to...

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Security challenges to play a major part in foreign policy choices

India’s foreign policy choices would be centring on getting accepted by the rest of the world as a responsible player...

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Nepal map controversy is about Oli trying to consolidate own position

To placate his detractors and please the Maoists, who have strong links with Beijing, Oli brought out a new map...

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Economic package: Will PM’s vaccine work?

The recent announcement of the Rs 20 lakh crore special economic package has given rise to the debate on whether...

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Covid Age: When BRICS foreign ministers meet

The BRICS—comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa—as an important grouping of emerging economies, has always attempted to reach...

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Global solidarity needed to combat Covid-19

Ghosts of the Wuhan virus victims will haunt China’s leader as long as he is able to last in power...

Hyderabad: A dog rests at a deserted flyover during the 21-day nationwide lockdown (that entered the 13th day) imposed as a precautionary measure to contain the spread of COVID-19, in Hyderabad on Apr 6, 2020. (Photo: IANS)

Combating Covid-19: India’s responses and experience

Adhering to the basic rule in crisis management, the Modi government has taken the right step to limit the intensity...

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A disaster Made in China

What we are witnessing is worse than a war situation.   What began as isolated cases of a hitherto unknown...

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US-Taliban deal for peace or war on peace?

The US-Taliban deal seems to have very little to do with peace in Afghanistan.   The US-led forces in Afghanistan...

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Outcomes of Namaste Trump

The overall tone and tenor of the visit signalled a great road ahead. The 45th US President, Donald Trump has...

US President Donald Trump chats with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a working session at the G20 leaders summit in Hamburg, Germany on July 8, 2017. REUTERS

No-trade-deal does not take away from Trump visit significance

In all likelihood, his pronouncements could be centred round the need to work together and the facilitation for more Indians...

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India needs to rethink its RCEP strategy

India’s apprehensions on getting a raw deal if it joins RCEP have not yet been addressed. India recently kept itself...

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India emerges as key player in world affairs

The rest of the world has been eyeing India especially on how it manages all sorts of complexities and contradictions...

People, who claim to have migrated from Pakistan's Sindh Province, cheer as they celebrate after India's parliament passed a Citizenship Amendment Bill, at Majnu Ka Tila in New Delhi

CAA secures rights of minorities in India’s neighbourhood

Citizenship Amendment Act addresses minorities facing the brunt of repressive systems based on religion.   The Bharatiya Janata Party-led NDA...

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India’s focus should shift to BIMSTEC

India crafted a well thought out strategy by announcing that it would not join the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP),...

Sri Lanka's President Rajapaksa and India's PM Modi shake their hands during a photo opportunity ahead of their meeting at Hyderabad House in New Delhi

Sri Lanka features prominently in India’s diplomatic outreach

Both countries have a seminal role in tackling common problems like poverty, unemployment and above all terrorism that seeks to...

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A BRICS future for developing countries

In spite of the ongoing world economic slowdown, the BRICS countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa—in general and India...