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Dalai Lama visit is hitting India-China ties
Millennium Post

Dalai Lama visit is hitting India-China ties

5 November 2016, New Delhi, Devsagar Singh Modi needs diplomatic skill to tackle the issue. Dalai Lama's proposed visit to Arunachal Pradesh next year has expectedly raised concerns from China. To the uninitiated, the Chinese government ... Millennium Post, 1 month ago

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Opposition drives home the point: India is not Gujarat, Mr Modi

Leaving aside its political differences, the Opposition has got together on the issue of demonetisation, and is driving home a strong political message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The writing on the wall is clear - that for him, Gujarat might have been ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Congress plans to cash in on Indira Gandhi's charisma ahead of Uttar Pradesh polls

Prime Minister Narendra Modi isn't just a man of words. He backs up his arguments with pictures and videos presented in dramatically changing slides to the tune of arousing background scores; he creates a sensory experience when he talks about ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Modi's masterstroke

'Modi's brilliance seems to be in combining Indira Gandhi's 'feel' for the Indian pulse and Narasimha Rao's cynicism.''By the time the Opposition leaders caught up with Modi over the surgical strikes, he had already moved on,' says M K Bhadrakumar. The cacophony over India's 'surgical strikes' against Pakistan on September 29 only goes to underscore that India's Opposition politicians are kids on the block who can't grasp what a gifted magician they deal with in the persona of Prime Minister ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

They Didn't Start the Fire

Nandini Sundar's account of Indian democracy's failures in Chhattisgarh's Maoist corridor is a disturbing but essential read. On September 23, two boys left their home in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, to visit their aunt in a village 20 kilometres away.
 Indian Express2 months ago
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