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More to it than just an evening in Paris

Claude Arpi The election campaign will soon come to a close. By and large, it has been a lively exercise, and even though some commentators described it as the ‘ugliest’, looked at retrospectively, the massive affair was rather decent (it is ... State Times, 2 months ago

For Your Eyes Only. And Yours. And Yours. …

By | Grist Media Our government's file-keeping systems and their role in our public life have been making a lot of news lately. Defence Minister Arun Jaitley did a volte-face recently, declaring that his government could not possibly release ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago

Goodness in war

Is It Good For? Author : Ian Morris Publisher : Hachette, Rs699 This thought-provoking book goes against predominant understanding of the phenomenon of war. The author argues that archaeology, history and biology demonstrate that war has ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Maps now and then

Why is Delhi so quiet? Probably because China and India are friends! Friends like in 1954? It is very ominous. It is perhaps time for Delhi to distribute the maps of India's borders. It will be useful for the general public, the press and for the ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago
India Today

Panchsheel Agreement hurt India, says Dr Sanat Kaul

ice-President Hamid Ansari paid a visit to Beijing to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Panchsheel Agreement with China. It may be recalled this Agreement trumped by Nehru has been the source and beginning of the greatest disaster of Indian ...
 India Today4 weeks ago

India to pay China Rs 82 lakh annually for Brahmaputra flood data

India will pay China over Rs 82 lakh annually for crucial flood data of the Brahmaputra to improve flood forecasting even as the two sides agreed to allow their water experts to conduct study tours on both sides of the river which originates in Tibet. The agreement was signed between India and China yesterday in Beijing in the presence of Vice President Hamid Ansari. With both sides agreeing on the exchange of  hydrologists, Indian water experts will be able to visit Tibet to monitor the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Rijiju on Modi sarkar: 'Discipline can't be termed as dictatorship'

‘Our weather conditions are determined by the lofty Himalayan ranges, 90 percent of the fresh water to India comes from the Himalayan region. If the Himalayan region is protected, then India’s future is bright. But if the Himalayan region is in danger, it will be a disaster for our country.’ ‘Every politician has his own trait. Modiji is unique in many senses. His idea about anything is precise and sharp. His working style is focused. Any decision is fast and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Exclusive! Kiren Rijiju: 'We must strengthen our position on China border'

‘We’re not pursuing an expansionist foreign policy; we’re not going to have an aggressive policy. But that does stop us from developing our own area; by not developing or strengthening our area along the Indo-China border, we are indirectly conceding these areas to the other side (China).’ ‘Every country has a policy of settling populations in their border areas to secure the border. In India, the previous government followed the reverse policy, telling people not ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Exclusive interview with MoS Home Kiren Rijiju  Rediff.com1 month ago

A barrier and a bridge

The Himalayan belt, showing the strong patriotic fabric of the border people, has indeed massively voted for Narendra Modi. If trust between India and China has to be rebuilt, the people of the Himalayas have to be taken on board CLAUDE ARPI The ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

The blunder of the Pandit

Fifty years ago, India's first prime minister passed into the ages. On his death anniversary, May 27, Lieutenant General Eric A Vas (retd) commenced's series to evaluate Jawaharlal Nehru's legacy with a perspective of the premier's relationship with the military. Today, Claude Arpi, the well-known Tibet and Kashmir expert, analyses how Nehru's obsession with the politics of his ancestral state eventually bequeathed a festering problem for the whole of India. India's ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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