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The four lines that lock India's destiny

Jaswant Singh's had rightly observed that this country's biggest defence and foreign policy problem is that it is trapped by four lines: The Durand Line, the McMahon Line, the Line of Control, and the Line of Actual Control At a time when the ... New Delhi Pioneer, 4 weeks ago

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India-Israel ties on upswing despite support for Palestinian cause

India's relations with Israel are on an upswing. The visits, first by President Pranab Mukherjee and then external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, in the last few months, have prepared the groundwork for the first-ever visit by an Indian prime ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago
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India took 180-degree turn in Myanmar policy: Tharoor

India took a "180-degree turn" in its approach towards Myanmar from being pro-democracy and anti-junta when Jaswant Singh was External Affairs Minister as it could not afford to surrender its influence on the country to China and Pakistan, former ...
 The Statesman1 month ago PTI - THAROOR - India took 180-degree turn in Myanmar policy: Tharoor  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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The Gulf Today

Narendra Modi: Governance and that Hindutva image

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses an election campaign rally in Kolkata. Photo: Reuters Does anyone know what happened to the NaMo mandir in Bhagwanpur village, Kaushambi, near Allahabad, where a deity with a strong Modi likeness was ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago Multilateralism in bilateralism  Gulf in the Media1 month ago Dr N. Janardhan: Multilateralism in bilateralism  The Gulf Today1 month ago Diplomatic Enclave: Think west with care  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

India should play a lead role in encouraging dialogue

JEDDAH: One of the leading Indian authorities on Saudi Arabia and the Middle East, Talmiz Ahmad, has said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit is the perfect opportunity for India to play a role in encouraging dialogue among countries in the region.
 Arab News1 month ago 'India should play a lead role in encouraging dialogue'  Gulf in the Media1 month ago PM Narendra's Modi visit leverages fundamental realignment in India-Saudi Arabia relationship  Economic Times1 month ago PM Modi should continue to engage with countries in the Midde East  Sunday Guardian Live1 month ago
Asian Lite

UN spat with Morocco: International community shifts on 'Self Determination'

Ban Ki moon New Delhi Morocco, Algeria, Western Sahara would not be of the highest saliency in South Block had Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi not indulged in some high wire diplomacy involving all three. The issue has popped up again because the ...
 ProKerala.com2 months ago The Indian Link of Sahara Dispute  Asian Lite2 months ago
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India's Nuclear Options and Escalation Dominance

Since the early 2000s, Indian strategists have wrestled with the challenge of motivating Pakistan to demobilize anti-India terrorist groups while managing the potential for conflict escalation during a crisis. The growing prominence of nuclear ...
 Carnegie Endowment6 days ago

The meaning of Pokhran and Chagai

By Amit Baruah Eighteen years after India and Pakistan tested nuclear devices in Pokhran and Chagai on May 11, 13, and 28, 1998, there remains a yawning gap in perception on what this nuclear deterrent spells for the other country. It ...
 South Asia Monitor2 weeks ago

China & South Asia

China will not accept any challenge to the boundary agreement with Pakistan of March 1963. It rests squarely on the British note to China on March 18, 1899. Since China had not accepted that proposal, Lord Curzon modified it in India's favour in ...
 Kashmir Times2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Expert Opinion: Why govt is wrong to argue Kohinoor was gift toBritish

Former Foreign Service officer Bhaswati Mukherjee, who served as India's Permanent Representative to UNESCO, is very surprised that the government told the Supreme Court that the Kohinoor was a gift to the British and could not be reclaimed. ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Why govt is wrong to argue Kohinoor was 'gift' to British  Financial Express3 weeks ago
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