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Thank God for think tanks
Deccan Chronicle

Thank God for think tanks

A view of illuminated India Gate and Raisina Hill on the occasion of Republic Day, in New Delhi. Picture used for representational purpose. (Photo: PTI/File) The word think tank owes its origins to John F. Kennedy, who collected a gro-up of top ... Deccan Chronicle, 3 days ago

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Xinhua News Agency, 3 weeks ago
Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

Think tanks help the nation's intellectual churn

I still believe that it is a good thing that think tanks are mushrooming in Delhi. They provide a platform for discussion, even if they shed more heat than light. With Parliament almost incapable of serious debate, informed discussion and civilised discourse, where does this nation get its intellectual churn, asks Mohan Guruswamy. The term ‘think tank’ owes its origins to John F Kennedy who collected a group of top intellectuals in his White House, people like McGeorge Bundy, Robert ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Business Standard India

Non-Congress PMs and their I-Day declarations

Morarji Desai, a former Congressman, was the first non-Congress PM to address the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort. A look at some key announcements Archis Mohan and Kavita Chowdhury | New Delhi August 16, 2014 Last Updated at 00:31 IST ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
Business Standard India

Independence Day speeches of non-Congress PMs

The office of Prime Minister: A largely north Indian upper-caste, Hindu affair Vishwanath Pratap Singh: The original Aam Aadmi hero The debate that wasn't Five former K'taka CMs in fray for Lok Sabha polls Morarji Desai (24 March 1977 to 18 July ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
Indian Express

Neglected Nepal gets mellow touch

— By Sunanda K Datta-Ray, August 09, 2014 12:07 am If there is one thing Nepal's Maoists share with Nepal's monarchists, it is that both are equally touchy about their sovereign rights. The outstanding success, therefore, of Narendra Modi's ...
 The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Reflections: The diplomat PM  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Prime Minister Narendra Modi promises closer ties, links India, Nepal to common future  Indian Express3 weeks ago Indian PM meets with his Nepalese counterpart in Kathmandu  Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago
Xinhua News Agency

Modi concludes Nepal visit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (C) receives the farewell greetings from Nepalese officers during his departure at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, Nepal, Aug. 4, 2014. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi concluded his two-day ...
 Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago Nepal's president meets with Modi in Kathmandu  Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago

Resetting Indo-Nepal relations

By all accounts Narendra Modi's Nepal visit, the first by an Indian prime minister in 17 years, has been a success. He has struck the right notes, made the right moves and has put across the Indian case without overdoing things. In 1997, when Prime ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago Indian PM pays first visit to Nepal in 17 years  Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago PM Narendra Modi to visit Nepal on Sunday  Livemint.com3 weeks ago XINHUA - Indian PM pays first visit to Nepal in 17 years  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago

Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 1600GMT, Aug.3

The Myanmar authorities have so far arrested a total of 56 suspects for their involvement in a sectarian riot which broke out in the second largest city of Mandalay in early July, according to Mandalay region police authorities Sunday. Action is ... weeks ago
Indian Express

A tale of two towns

The 68-kilometre national highway is mostly a dirt track near Raxaul. Source: Prashant Ravi As PM Narendra Modi lands in Kathmandu today, RAKESH SINHA hits NH28-A, a dirt track that leads to Raxaul, the last town on the Indian side of the border ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Nepal: 17 yrs India stayed away, China has kept rushing in

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Source: PTI) When Prime Minister Narendra Modi lands in Kathmandu on Sunday on a two-day visit, it will be the first by an Indian Prime Minister in 17 years. The last official visit was by Inder Kumar Gujral in 1997.
 Indian Express3 weeks ago Nepal: 17 years India stayed away, China has kept rushing in  Financial Express3 weeks ago Modi's push for strong relations with neighbours  Economic Times1 month ago
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