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Is India losing its key ally?

Is India losing its key ally?

India is failing to take advantage of its important ally, Japan as much as it should, notes Mihir S Sharma. India's most important bilateral relationship may not be with the United States, or China, or even Pakistan. Objectively, it's our bond with Japan that may be most vital. No country is, at the moment, more capable of contributing to transforming our economy than is Japan; and only with the US does a security partnership have more potential. But, in spite of the warmest possible ..., 1 week ago
Isn't it time to get rid of Air India?, 2 weeks ago
Indian IT is dead!, 1 month ago

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Mihir S Sharma: After a landslide

The BJP, at Centre and states, now has the political space - and the motive - to reform March 12, 2017 Last Updated at 22:43 IST
 Business Standard2 months ago

Letters: The other side

Mihir S Sharma's view on Aadhaar may not be invalid
 Business Standard1 week ago

Modi doesnt want to return to the past

"Modi likes to praise the virtues of ancient Hindu civilization (sometimes to comic excess). But, like Xi, he isn't interested in a past in which the West dominated the world. He wants to build a future in which Asia does. And this, I suspect, isn't at all what someone like Le Pen has in mind when she speaks of "a new world emerging.' Talk of a global turn toward conservatism is all very well. But let's not exaggerate what it means for international relations."Mihir Sharma on why Modi is ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Demonetisation: 'Hard work' won over 'Harvard', says PM

Maharajganj: In the wake of encouraging GDP growth figures released a day earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that "hard work has won over Harvard-educated economists" who had predicted otherwise. The Prime Minister said the Bharatiya ...
 Sify2 months ago

Free speech: Don't let them finish off your rights

The right to protest, or to ensure words have consequences, or to deny repugnant ideas a platform you control, are as essential a part of the right to expression as any other, observes Mihir S Sharma. A commitment to the freedom of expression has one constantly irritating corollary: You have to support the rights of people who can be, frankly, detestable. They may be terrible writers, execrable cartoonists, or -- in the case of Milo Yiannopoulos, pro-paedophilia neo-Nazis with terrible fashion ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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