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Romance of Hostile Borders

CLAUDE ARPI Philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau said once: Nothing is so gentle as man in his primitive state, when placed by nature at an equal distance from the stupidity of brutes and the fatal enlightenment of civil man. Jawaharlal Nehru ... The Statesman, 2 months ago

The last village in 'our' Arunachal

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Arunachal Pradesh on Friday, February 20, irritated the Chinese government so much that it summoned the Indian ambassador to register its protest against Modi visiting a territory China claims as Southern Tibet. In November 2013, Claude Arpi visited the last large village before the McMahon Line that divides India and China. Locals then told him with some envy in their voices, "The Chinese are very much in advance on us." Menchuka is the last ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Can Modi Make it in India?

'It appears that Prime Minister Modi has to undo 50 years of State monopoly in the defence sector during which public undertakings like HAL or DRDO monopolised defence production and development with disastrous consequences.' 'It is high time the Indian private sector brings its dynamism into play and gives Mr Modi a boost to realise his Make in India dream,' reports Claude Arpi from Aero India 2015. Image: HAL's Dhruv helicopter, part of the Sarang display team. Photograph: Claude Arpi. As ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Radhu Family History Testifies to Openness of Trans-Himalayan Culture

By Sunthar Visuvalingam EVANSTON, Ill. Professor Siddiq Wahid from Delhi gave a lecture on History of a Border Crossing Lineage in Central and South Asia: the Radhu Family at the Block Museum here Feb. 4 in the context of its ongoing ...
 News India Times2 weeks ago

Latest General Knowledge Updates January 2015

President Barack Obama arrived in India on historic 3-day visit on January 25, 2015Barack Obama became the first US President to be in India twice while in office.Obama is also the first US President present at Republic Day parade as a chief ...
 24Dunia3 weeks ago

Ties with India not at cost of China or Pakistan: US

Denying suggestions that the US-India partnership was intended as a counterweight to China, a senior US official said its sole intent was to build India up working on common core values.... ...
 24Dunia4 weeks ago

Rebalancing the Chinese Romance

the future will tell us if the "breakthrough" in the nuclear liability issue will concretise into electricity As importantly, it will be interesting to watch how India's relations with China will evolve in the months to come,' says Claude ...
 24Dunia4 weeks ago

The Tibetan blues

in Tibet Author : Michael Buckley Publisher : PanMacmillan,Rs595 This well-documented work delves deep into issues which are bound to get hotter with time, writes CLAUDE ARPI André Malraux, the famous French Philosopher and General ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

40 years in Eternal India

Often when I meet a new Indian friend, who is not aware of my background, he exclaims: "So many years in India! but why, why? I can't understand! My dream is to go to the States or Europe and you are living in 'this' country!" Claude Arpi, who was born a Frenchman, looks back on his 40 years in India. Forty Years is a long time! On December 20, 1974, after more than two-and-a-half months on the road, travelling from Paris to South India, crossing Italy, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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