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Ex-Intelligence Bureau chief to be PM Narendra Modi's special envoy on counter-terror
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Ex-Intelligence Bureau chief to be PM Narendra Modi's special ...

Ibrahim will be reporting to NSA Ajit Doval and work from the National Security Council Secretariat. Asif Ibrahim File Photo dna Research & Archives Former Intelligence Bureau Chief Asif Ibrahim has been appointed to an important post in ... DNA India, 1 month ago
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Exclusive! 'By 2012, we brought China boundary row to point of solution'

'Now it is really a question of whether both political leaderships wish to do it now. It is a big thing to do because it means that we have to change the way we learnt to draw the map of India in our schools because you will never get hundred percent of what you want from a settlement.' 'The Chinese also have to learn to change the way they learnt to draw the map of China in their schools. A settlement will mean give and take. It will mean adjustments.' A sensational interview on India-China ...
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'Obama must not finish his term without meeting Modi again'

July 18 marks a decade since the landmark India-US civilian nuclear deal was struck. Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com listens to four Indian and American national security advisers recalling the hard work that went into negotiating the n-deal. A major highlight of the Carnegie conference celebrating the 10th anniversary of the United States-India civil nuclear cooperation initiative was the US-India Statesmen Forum featuring four former national security advisers from the US and India who were ...
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Amitav Ghosh's 'Flood of Fire' to throw light on hidden facets of Indo-China relationship

India and China share a pathological relationship says eminent author Amitav Ghosh File picture Neighbours India and China share a pathological relationship says eminent author Amitav Ghosh, whose latest fiction is set in the 19th ...
 DNA India1 month ago Amitav Ghosh's new book sheds light on Sino-India ties  Economic Times1 month ago Spotlight on Sino-India Ties in 'Ibis' Trilogy's Final Book  New Indian Express1 month ago Spotlight on Sino-India Ties in Ibis Trilogy's Final Book  Outlook India1 month ago

Ex-IB chief is Prime Minister's special envoy on counter-terror

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Move marks growing clout of intelligence over Ministry of External Affairs Signalling its growing concern over IS terror and radicalisation, the government has appointed the former Intelligence ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Sleuth-envoy-politico Trio behind China Trip Success

NEW DELHI:A former career intelligence officer, a seasoned diplomat and a pracharak-turned-politician form the key group which shaped Prime Minister Narendra Modi's China policy talk business, but also talk tough. While Modi wowed the Chinese ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
Sri Lanka Sunday Leader

True Reconciliation Requires Compromise V Anandasangaree

True Reconciliation Requires Compromise V Anandasangaree Perhaps themost senior politician in active politics today, with of over fifty five years of service, V Anandasangaree is very patriotic and he loves the country and its people. However he ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader2 months ago
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