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He strode officialdom like a Colossus
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He strode officialdom like a Colossus

Naresh Chandra -- distinguished civil servant and diplomat -- passed into the ages on Sunday, July 9.Ambassador T P Sreenivasan salutes a patriot like none other. IMAGE: Naresh Chandra, presents his credentials as India's ambassador to the US, to then US President Bill Clinton, April 30, 1996.   What Cassius said about Julius Caesar, 'Why man, he doth bestride the narrow world like a Colossus' is true of Ambassador Naresh Chandra, who passed away on July 9, 2017, literally and ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Modi's Trump Triumph

'By the time he came out after nearly five hours, he had a one-to-one conversation with the President, a delegation-level meeting, a reception, a dinner, a tour of the White House and a joint statement of a kind none of his predecessors ever had,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi could easily whisper to himself as he boarded his Air India flight to Amsterdam after his Washington visit, like Julius Caesar did, 'veni, vidi, vici (I came, I saw, I conquered).' Such ...
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Modi-Trump Summit: Truly historic step is unlikely

At no other time has a single meeting of the leaders of two democracies been so critical and hazardous.But Modi's recent actions and pronouncements and the Trump presidency's turbulence make it difficult to predict which way their meeting will go, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. Modi-Trump meet: Who will say what? IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a warm handshake and a bear hug for his counterparts, and he tries to come to first-name terms with them. But these are quite risky with US ...
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Why did Trump attack India?

Trump's diatribe against India in his speech on the Paris Agreement is hard to explain, especially when a Modi-Trump meeting is supposedly on the cards, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. The hue and cry about the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on climate change announced by Donald Trump, together with the accompanying hyperbole, has made the Agreement appear like a Magna Carta of developing countries like India and China. Nations, which were once sceptical and hesitant to sign the ...
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