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Modi has now realised the limits to India's power

Modi has now realised the limits to India's power

Two years in office, there is very little to show for the Modi government by way of ‘achievements’ on the foreign policy front, and his China, Pakistan policies are gasping for breath, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. India’s policies toward China and Pakistan are in a logjam -- caught between the demands of Hindu nationalists who form the power base of the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the rejectionist camp that opposes tooth and nail anything and everything ..., 2 days ago

Shooting World Cup: Sandhu's finals chances brighten; Jitu misses out

IMAGE: India’s Manavjit Sandhu celebrates. Photograph: PTI Photos. Indian shooter Manavjit Sandhu rallied to third place after the second day of qualification in the Men's Trap Shooting event at the ongoing International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup being held at Rio di Janerio's Olympic Shooting Centre. Beginning the day in eighth position, former world champion Manavjit shot a 24 to match second-placed Briton Edward Ling's overall score of 72 but two behind World No ...
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Kripal Singh's body to be brought to India from Pakistan

The Indian High Commission will receive the body who will hand it over to Kirpal’s family. Earlier, the family members of Kirpal Singhhad had met Home Minister Rajnath Singh to seek government's help in bringing back his dead body. "As soon as ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago

Indian shareholders in control of airline, not us: AirAsia

At the heart of the current controversy is the government's FDI rule Under fire on charges of violating India's foreign direct investment (FDI) norms, AirAsia said on Friday that its majority Indian shareholders — Tata Sons and its executives — were in control of the airline. It also blamed ‘vested interests’ for stifling the airline’s growth in the country. Giving reference to his interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the airline's group chief executive ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

India's Persian Gulf diplomacy is on a roll

If things work out, it will be a great leap forward in the Indian-Iranian economic ties in the new phase of Iran’s reintegration with the world market following the lifting of sanctions, says Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. The Narendra Modi government is approaching the home stretch in a historic reset of the India-Iran relationship. Two senior Cabinet ministers are heading for Teheran this month. Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan will visit Tehran on April 9-10, to be followed within a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Legendary click! When Kohli met a Real galactico!

India’s batting sensation Virat Kohli had a fan-boy moment when he met Portugal’s football legend Luis Figo for a meal on Monday night. Figo is in Mumbai to promote Futsal – a five-a-side tournament in India. Tweeting a picture of himself with the football great, Kohli wrote: With the legend himself @LuisFigo What an absolutely wonderful man #Grateful #FanBoyMoment. In return, Figo also tweeted a picture of the duo and wrote: Great pleasure to meet @imVkohli the most loved ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Olympic-bound Shiva signs off with silver at Asian Qualifiers

IMAGE: India’s Shiva Thapa (in blue). Photograph: Twitter An Olympic quota place pocketed, Indian boxer Shiva Thapa (56kg) ended his campaign with a silver medal after losing in the final of the Asian/Oceania Qualifying Tournament Qian'an, China on Friday. The 22-year-old Assamese, who is a World Championship bronze-medallist, went down 0-3 to Thailand's Chatchai Butdee in the summit clash. Butdee is the reigning Asian champion. Shiva had booked his ticket to Rio de Janeiro by making ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Watch: This wheelchair-bound Indian kid’s Eminem cover is the most inspiring thing you'll see today

12-year-old Sparsh Shah, who goes by the name PURHYTHM, recently released a cover of Eminem’s 2010 hit Not Afraid. Due to a condition called Osteogenesis Imperfecta -which renders his bones extremely brittle, Shah from New Jersey uses a wheelchair.
 DNA1 month ago

Jamini Roy: Eye of the Storm

Established in 1936, Dhoomimal Gallery is arguably India’s first art gallery. During its heyday the gallery served as an adda for artists such as J Swaminathan, FN Souza, Krishen Khanna and Manu Parekh amongst others. It is not surprising then that a ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago


Bruce Riedel’s comment that although BN Mullik, India’s Intelligence chief, wouldn’t give President Kennedy credit for providing aid during the 1962 Sino-Indian war, ‘he did give Nehru credit for asking for it’ reveals his ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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