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Sushma's Tokyo visit: Bringing Japan closer
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Sushma's Tokyo visit: Bringing Japan closer

'While economic ties are making incremental progress, it is in the security and strategic domains that the India-Japan synergy is more compelling,' says Dr Rajaram Panda. IMAGE: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his home in Tokyo, March 30, 2018. Photograph: Ministry of External Affairs At Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono's invitation, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj paid an official visit to Japan from March 28 to 30, 2018. Effectively ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Eminent academics open letter to the Prime Minister of India on the Kathua and Unnao rape cases

Hundreds of eminent academics have written an open letter to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi . The academics have directly said that Modi's statements on the recent Kathua and Unnao rape cases had been "wholly inadequate, platitudinous, and ...
 catchnews.com3 hours ago Academicians slam Modi's 'prolonged silence' on Kathua, Unnao rape cases  Sify2 days ago
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Mosul massacre: Why Punjab’s jobless youth are risking everything to work in war-ravaged Iraq

They left home dreaming of better lives and returned in caskets. Yet, despite the deaths of Indian workers in Iraq, thousands of men in Punjab still hope to find a job in the war-torn land and mostly through illegal channels. Of the 39 labourers who went to ...
 DNA1 week ago Why, despite Mosul massacre, Punjab's youth still want to go to Iraq  Rediff.com1 week ago
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'India is a great place to do business, come back. Jai Hind'

Businessman P C Mustafa wants Indian Americans to return home, Cognizant CEO Francisco D'Souza outlines how Indian tech companies could grow, Gaurav Dalmia has some investment recommendations while Subramanian Swamy warns that India is flirting with a debt trap.P Rajendran reports from the India Business Conference in New York. IMAGE: Salman Khurshid and Dr Subramanian Swamy flank moderator William Foster. All photographs: Kind courtesy Columbia B-School on Twitter Dr Subramanian Swamy ...
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How will Bolton, Pompeo change U.S.- Asia Policy?

Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], Mar. 24 (ANI): United States President Donald Trump's cabinet reshuffles have fueled concerns, not least after the latest appointment of hawkish John Bolton as National Security Adviser (NSA), just days after installing a former CIA ...
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How RBI can prevent PNB-like frauds

If the RBI had done the right things, these mistakes would not have happened in banks, public or private, says Ajay Shah. Photograph: Reuters A certain minimal state capacity in bank regulation and supervision is required, and we are repeatedly discovering this is absent. Some people see this as a question of public versus private banking. Private banks in India also have major difficulties with non-performing assets (NPAs), which suggests that the common factor of banking regulation is the ...
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16 years on, US military presence in Afghanistan growing

The US is bolstering its military presence in Afghanistan, more than 16 years after the war started. Is anyone paying attention? Consider this: At a Senate hearing this past week on top U.S. security threats, the word "Afghanistan" was spoken exactly four ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Dalai Lama snub and India's plans to reset China ties

'If, as appears to be the case, India is on way to 'mending fences' with China, and China is equally desirous to 'reset' the relationship, this could be a self-reflexive moment in India's positioning vis-a-vis not just the Dalai Lama, but also the Tibetan issue and China as a whole,' points out China expert Alka Acharya. IMAGE: The Dalai Lama during his visit to Arunachal Pradesh in April 2017. His Holiness stopped between Tawang and Bomdila to consecrate the Thupsung Dhargyeling monastery in ...
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Chinese propaganda intensifies

China would like the rest of the world to think of it as a benign force, as it tries to project a carefully cultivated image of a country different to others, one that does not seek hegemony and does not interfere in the internal affairs of others. However, ...
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How should India deal with Pakistan?

'We need to be in a perpetual state of aggression, and able to swiftly change the goal posts to keep Pakistan in a state of imbalance,' argues Sanjeev Nayyar. IMAGE: CRPF troopers during a gun battle with terrorists who attacked their camp in Karan Nagar, Srinagar, February 12, 2018. Photograph: Umar Ganie Over the weekend, terrorists attacked the Sunjwan army cantonment in Jammu, and six army personnel made the supreme sacrifice. Soon after, on Monday, February 12, the CRPF camp in Srinagar ...
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