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Not a sunrise industry

The Government of India is aggressively implementing the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission. We do not have large reserves of coal or deposits of uranium. At the same time, our needs for energy are increasing rapidly. Thus, the government wants ... Chandigarh Tribune, 1 month ago

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STRENGTHENING TIES? US-India ties could improve with Trump as president

Some Asian nations are watching anxiously as Donald Trump prepares to take up the presidency, but for at least one major power in the region, India, the changing of the guard in Washington could strengthen ties. During a brutal election campaign, ...
 FOXNews.com1 week ago Asia is nervous about Trump, but US-India ties could improve  WCVB.com1 week ago Demonetisation drama in India  Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago Trump unnerves Asia but India could forge closer US ties  Austin American Statesman1 week ago
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Cementing the BRICS

BRICS leaders attend a dialogue with representatives of the BRICS Business Council in Goa, India, on October 16 (XINHUA) The Eighth BRICS Summit, bringing together leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, was held in the Indian ...
 Beijing Review1 month ago Slower Growth, Rivalries Key Issues at BRICS Summit in India  ABC News1 month ago What did Modi and Xi's 9th meeting achieve?  Rediff.com1 month ago Slower growth and rivalries key issues at BRICS summit in Goa  Arab News1 month ago

Putting the Periphery at the Center: Indian States' Role in Foreign Policy

Happymon Jacob Happymon Jacob is an associate professor of disarmament studies at the School of International Studies of Jawaharlal Nehru University. India's states traditionally haven't played any significant role in the formulation of ...
 Carnegie Endowment1 month ago

War on corruption akin to 1962 China conflict, says Prof Johl

Like in India-China war, the Centre is unprepared for fight against graft Dr SS Johl, former VC, PAU, at the annual lecture of The Tribune National Security Forum in Chandigarh on Saturday. Photo: Nitin Mittal Charu Chhibber Tribune News ...
 Chandigarh Tribune12 hours ago


YEOS RESIGNATION WILL NOT MATTER TO MODI By Amulya Ganguli Ever since Amartya Sen said that as an Indian citizen, I don't want Modi as my PM, his fate was sealed as an academic who could play an institutional role in India when the BJP was in ...
 IPA Newspack.com4 days ago
India Today

Sonia Gandhi's exclusive interview: Full transcript

Senior Congress leader and president of the party Sonia Gandhi sat down for an exclusive interview with India Today's Rajdeep Sardesai. Rajdeep Sardesai interviews Sonia Gandhi. Rajdeep: Hello and welcome to this India Today special that's ...
 India Today1 week ago

India with Africa

Alan Bloomfield Dr. Alan Bloomfield is a Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, Australia. He has recently published India and the Responsibility to Protect with Ashgate. His co-edited book Norm Antipreneurs and the Politics of ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 week ago

Modi flexes foreign policy muscle after instilling confidence in India story

Faced with border disputes with Pakistan and China, Narendra Modi made initial outreach efforts to promote economic ties, more so than his predecessors New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has successfully deployed foreign policy as a tool to ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago Modi's Set to Get Tougher on China and Pakistan  Bloomberg2 weeks ago India's Narendra Modi turns assertive on foreign policy  MSN UK2 weeks ago With Economic Box Ticked, Modi Turns Assertive on Foreign Policy  Yahoo! Singapore2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Universities and students struggle in cash crisis

The Indian government's snap decision earlier this month to withdraw higher denomination banknotes has left all sectors of society reeling, from wealthy businessmen to subsistence-level farmers. As with others, India's university students are having ...
 University World News1 week ago Anger intensifies over India's demonetisation move  Al Jazeera3 weeks ago
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