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Defence cooperation will be the centrepiece of the Obama visit
The Week

Defence cooperation will be the centrepiece of the Obama visit

As foreign secretary, Shyam Saran saw the India-US nuclear deal taking shape. Saran and his successor Shivshankar Menon ensured that Indian concerns about the deal were not ignored. As President Obama heads to India this Republic Day, Saran says the ... The Week, 6 days ago

India's Security Strategy and Sino-Indian Relations

Lecturer: Shivshankar MENON Chaired by: Professor YUAN Ming Time: 19:00-20:30, December 1, 2014 Venue: Room 203, Natural Sciences Building Shivshankar MENON was the National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of India from January ...
 Center for International and Strategic Studies2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Off the Delhi perch, Malayalis find a cosy pravasicorner

New Delhi, Jan. 6: The Nairs and the Menons and the Mathais have exited the seats of power and influence in Delhi with the arrival of Gujaratis, but the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, although taking place in Gujarat's capital this week, continues to be ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Who's the next Cabinet Secretary?

having got another six-month extension, what do the Cabinet Secretary sweepstakes look like? One theory is that the last man standing will be Power Secretary P K Sinha, who is scheduled to retire on June 30, 2015. The thinking goes thus: that former ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
IBNLive India News

Timeline: Indo-US nuclear agreement since George W Bush, Manmohan Singh regimes

Following is the chronology of events in the landmark Indo-US nuclear agreement since US President George W Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh conceived the deal in July, 2005 and President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi completed ...
 IBNLive India News1 day ago

Are you ready, India?

It won't be all eye-candy for Barack Obama when he gazes down at the Rajpath from his VIP enclosure on January 26, or when he looks up to watch the flypast finale to India's Republic Day parade, a first time for any US president. He will see, and ...
 The Week6 days ago
Times of India

Officials from India and US slog to get most from Obama visit

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's diplomatic calendar in January will be dominated by the visit of US President Barack Obama, chief guest for the Republic Day, the first US president to be given this honour. Officials from both sides are ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Officials slog to get most from Obama visit  Times of India3 weeks ago
Epoch Times

In 2008 Mumbai Attacks, Piles of Spy Data, but an Uncompleted Puzzle

This story was co-published with the New York Times and Frontline . In the fall of 2008, a 30-year-old computer expert named Zarrar Shah roamed from outposts in the northern mountains of Pakistan to safe houses near the Arabian Sea, plotting ...
 Epoch Times4 weeks ago Big clues missed: 26/11 Mumbai attacks could have been averted, says report.aayc{position:absolute;clip:rect(432px,auto,auto,470px);}Another way of what payday loans always Dec 22, 2014 More News Indian/International Past Issues 2014" class="borderW5" src  Asia Insurance Post1 month ago Piles of spy data failed to decode 26/11 Mumbai attack plan  Business Standard India1 month ago Devastating spycraft failures led to raid  Oman Tribune1 month ago
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Outlook India

A Year Of Living Aspirationally

Marked indelibly by the dramatic electoral victory of Narendra Modi, 2014 signifies different things to different people. For those who believe in the fabled qualities of the Prime Minister, it is a harbinger of hope, a year when India finally got ...
 Outlook India4 weeks ago
Rediff.com

US, UK, India spies missed Mumbai terror alerts

NEW DELHI: The 2008 Mumbai terror attacks could happen at least partly because the spy agencies of the United States, Britain and India did not link up despite the leads they had gathered individually with pointers to the coming nightmare, an ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago 26/11: The crucial data that was ignored  Rediff.com1 month ago
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