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Pak-China friendship burdened by debt, internal security concerns: Expert
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Pak-China friendship burdened by debt, internal security conce...

Pakistan and China often speak of their "all-weather friendship," but according to an expert on South Asian affairs, the truth is that the relationship has always been one of cynicism.In article published on the web site foreignpolicy.com, C. Christine Fair, ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Open friendship is better than a clandestine affair

'Modi's visit is path breaking in the sense that India has come out of the closet and is prepared to deal with Israel openly and in a host of fields, military as well as civilian,' says P R Kumaraswamy, one of India's leading experts on the Middle-East, currently in Israel. Hysteria. This is perhaps the best way to explain the Indian media coverage of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Israel. The historic nature of the visit is overtaken by the frenzy of reportage, coverage, and ...
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When Raghuram Rajan was offered the job of RBI deputy governor

Eminent economist Raghuram Rajan was initially offered the job of deputy governor in the Reserve Bank of India which he did not accept, and a decade later he joined the central bank as a governor. In his autobiography 'Advice and Dissent: My Life in Public ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Why can't we have a better relationship with China?

'China's deep involvement in the stability and economic and political success of Pakistan actually produces some elements of congruence with India's core interest in a stable and productive relationship with Pakistan.''It is not far-fetched for us to pursue that congruence and with ingenuity work out with China a formula that also satisfies our formal position on PoK,' argues Ambassador Kishan S Rana.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Several weeks ago, at a book discussion in New Delhi, two ...
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What the World Bank’s shift from public to private funding means for development

Making economies work for more people is a political task, not a technical exercise. The World Bank has just conceded this – without meaning to do so. The bank has taken a new direction which, its critics say , means that it has given up on making ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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North Korea is 'carefully examining' missile strike on Guam after Donald Trump's 'fire and fury' warning

North Korea said on Wednesday it is considering plans for a missile strike on the US Pacific territory of Guam, just hours after President Donald Trump told the North that any threat to the United States would be met with "fire and fury". The sharp increase ...
 DNA1 week ago

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Sudeshna Banerjee The National School of Drama has strongly impacted the entertainment industry and serious theatre with its great actors and directors. It has also put India on the global stage. Sudeshna Banerjee reports At Bahawalpur House, in the heart of ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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A critic silenced: How a Thai academic wasn't allowed to speak at MEA's Delhi Dialogue

Listed as one of the speakers at the recently held Delhi Dialogues on 5 July, Thai academic Pavin Chachavalpongpun has claimed that he wasn't allowed to participate in the inaugural ministerial session on 4 July which was inaugurated by External Affairs ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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To counter OBOR, India plans to 'bridge' the gap with Asean

These ambitious projects are littered with every possible acronyms and include proposed road links, air connectivity plans, electricity grids and special economic zones on coasts, says Subhomoy Bhattacharjee. There are bridges on a 500-km road link from Moreh in India to Mandalay in Myanmar which cannot hold the weight of even a pickup truck. These structures are among the bridges that need to be rebuilt for inter-country coordination around the ambitious India-Myanmar-Thailand (IMT) ...
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Modi got away with Palestine

Modi was merely responding to the changing currents in the region which, unfortunately, are not favourable to the Palestinians, says P R Kumaraswamy. Capitalising on the prevailing political conditions in the Middle East Prime Minister Narendra Modi has irreversibly transformed the century-old Indian policy on Palestine. The writing was clear since August 2015 when Modi chose the United Arab Emirates as his first port of call in his Middle Eastern diplomacy. The India-UAE joint statement, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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