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Differs with Sanjaya Baru

Comment · print · T T T+· T- IT Minister K.T. Rama Rao has differed with a portion of Sanjaya Baru's edit page article in The Hindu on Thursday, which said that the Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana be less obsessed with ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

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Road-rail link with border control rules for Saarc nations means intensifed resource flow

By Sanjaya Baru If China has its One Belt-One Road (Obor), India could have its One Road-One Rail (Oror). Last month India took an important step aimed at building the 'One Rail' link from the Iranian port of Chabahar going inland towards ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago OROR and OBOR  IISS2 weeks ago When the traveller returns  IISS1 month ago India and China in a multipolar world  IISS1 month ago

When the traveller returns

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Illustration: Satwik Gade Photo: Nagara Gopal Sanjaya Baru TOPICS If Year One was about diplomacy, Year Two has to be about the economy. The world is waiting to see what India has to offer in real ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Will Modi trot or knot?  The Hindu1 month ago

India witnessing birth of second republic under Narendra Modi: Dr Sanjaya Baru

PANAJI: Sanjaya Baru, author, policy analyst and former media adviser to former PM Manmohan Singh, said on Saturday that the second phase of India's republic has begun under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "I firmly believe this era with Narendra ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
IISS

The Greek crisis and an imperfect EU

By Sanjaya Baru , Director for Geo-economic and Strategy The European Union (EU) was never a union. Greece has called the bluff. At the heart of the economic crisis in the EU is a political failure. The inability, indeed the unwillingness, of the ...
 IISS4 days ago

Former RAW chief A S Dulat's personal glory at nation's cost

12:05 am Every writer is too painfully aware that it isn't enough to be lucid and creative; reaching out to potential readers also involves a bout of creative marketing in which reviews, author interviews and media coverage all play a role. To that ...
 The Freepress Journal3 hours ago Is AS Dulat striving for glory at national cost?  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
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How we have become what we are

We need credible retellings of the times we have lived through, or the events in the immediate past that have shaped our today, says Mihir S Sharma  India is a republic without a history. We are a young country, a brash country, a forward-looking country, and true history interests us not. Oh, we like to tell stories about where we come from. Thus, we seek out sanitised hagiographies of the Leaders of the Freedom Movement, which make us feel good about ourselves; or we read and watch ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Cong hits back, dubs cabinet 'toothless'

New Delhi, May 29: The Congress today hit back at Narendra Modi for saying that "extra-constitutional authorities" had wielded power during Manmohan Singh's regime, and asked him to look into "his own style of functioning" that had apparently placed ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

History will not be kind to Dr. Manmohan Singh

Managing a country of India's size, diversity and character is a huge challenge for anyone. As things stand, it is too early to judge Narendra Modi as prime minister while he embarks on the second year of his stewardship of the country; but history ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago History will not be kind to Manmohan  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
Quartz

Meet the Indian media baroness who is now among the world's most powerful women

For much of their100-year-old history, the Birlas—one of India's most prominent business families—rarely had a woman more successful than the men in their clan. Even though the Birlas were attheforefront of the Indian independence movement ...
 Quartz1 month ago
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