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Power play: Is NSA Ajit Doval more powerful than Brajesh Mishra?
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Power play: Is NSA Ajit Doval more powerful than Brajesh Mishra?

Doval is now being compared to his celebrity predecessor Brajesh Mishra. But is this comparison fair? Is Doval more powerful than Mishra? The post Power play: Is NSA Ajit Doval more powerful than Brajesh Mishra? appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 1 month ago

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A Portrait of the Statesman as Reconciler

Open Essay Bharat Ratna or not, Atal Bihari Vajpayee matters more in the age of Narendra Modi Till this day, I remember rather vividly that encounter with Atal Bihari Vajpayee. It was a day after 15 August 2001. I was in Parliament House, ...
 Open2 days ago

INDIAS $19 BILLION WEAPONS BLITZ LURES GLOBAL COMPANIES

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has cleared $19 billion of arms procurement proposals since taking power in May, almost double India's spending on weapons in the last fiscal year as he tries to modernize the country's military. The blitz of 41 ...
 IPA Newspack.com4 days ago
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Exclusive! When India and Pakistan nearly reached an agreement

Image: Mine fields are laid at the LoC to stop infiltration bids from Pakistan, while the fencing is made of menacing sharp metal. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com 'The people of Pakistan and India will begin to understand what the bottom lines are. What India can accept maximum is known to Pakistan. What Pakistan can accept minimum is known to India.' 'In the absence of atmosphere you can't even talk, you can't think of writing agreements and frameworks. You have to have the right ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

India and Israel's Secret Love Affair

The Indo-Israeli defense relationship is once again in focus following Benjamin Netanyahu's "sky is the limit" comment after meeting Narendra Modi in New York back in September—and especially after the signing of the long-delayed $144 million deal ...
 National Interest1 week ago

House of discord

Parliament Building (Photo: PTI) For nearly half a century the Parliament of the world's largest democracy has been disrupted regularly, often on a daily basis, and through such ugly means as drowning the proceedings in constant noise or ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Nalanda Sainik School, Rajgir, awarded merit certificate

RAJGIR: For the third time in a row and fifth time since the first batch of its students appeared at secondary examination in 2007, Nalanda Sainik School, Rajgir, was awarded Merit Certificate for outstanding performance of its cadets (students) at ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

PM chill freezes feasts

New Delhi: To Delhi's power elite, winter meant lazy Sunday afternoon lunches and cosy dinners around charcoal-lit angithees on the lawns of Lutyens bungalows. No longer. No lunches or dinner parties. The Prime Minister doesn't approve of parties, ...
 ABP Live3 weeks ago
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Negotiating with China: Doval's task is cut out

With India's political wheel turning full circle this year, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval will negotiate with China from an expanding diplomatic space, writes Ajai Shukla Since 2003, in 17 rounds of talks, India and China have relied on quiet diplomacy between a top official from either side to resolve their thorny territorial dispute. Termed 'Special Representatives' or SRs, these negotiators -- who must enjoy the confidence of their national leaders -- are mandated to bypass the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Ajit Doval becomes China negotiator with stars in alignment  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Ajit Doval to head China border talks  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Govt in bind over selecting envoy for China talks  Deccan Herald2 months ago

So near and yet so far

Photo: Vijay Pandey Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri thought Interrupted Symphony should be a good title for his forthcoming book about India-Pakistan relations, but settled for Neither Hawk Nor Dove on the advice of his publisher. The former Pakistani ...
 Tehelka1 month ago
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