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Being Nehru for 2 Days
Chronicle of Higher Education

Being Nehru for 2 Days

By Simla, India. 1945. With both hope and trepidation in my heart, I strode to the podium and surveyed the representatives of the various political parties in the room. Off to the left, my fellow members of the Indian National Congress gave me ... Chronicle of Higher Education, 1 month ago
Eurasia Review

The McMahon Line: A Hundred Years On Analysis

By IDSA By R. S. Kalha On 3rd July 1914 nearly a hundred years ago at Simla, Tibet and India signed the Simla Convention that gave birth to the McMahon Line separating Tibet from India in the eastern sector. Although the Convention ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago

Modi's Greta Garbo Moment on Kashmir

There is no crisis between India and Pakistan that has not been tried on for size. The latest one, though, comes at a time that could have been pivotal for a sustainable thaw between the neuralgic neighbors. Instead, New Delhi's unilateral ...
 Huffington Post3 days ago

Modi reneges on peace process

Going by the Indian tradition of stalling and subverting numerous peace processes with Pakistan on flimsy pretexts, Narendra Modi has failed his leadership test by cancelling a foreign secretary level meeting with Pakistan. The peace process is ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 days ago

Legitimizing the third stakeholder

Shiban Khaibri To make the Kashmir issue more intricate and knotty after succeeding in internationalizing it because of the proxy war of armed terrorism actively and brazenly starting from late 80′s in Kashmir, Pakistan has now started to add a ...
 Daily Excelsior.com5 days ago

Much bonhomie and some muscle-flexing

Comment · print · T T T+· T- DIFFERENT ACTORS, SAME SCRIPT: (clockwise from top left) Pervez Musharraf and Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Agra in 2001; Nawaz Sharif and Narendra Modi in New Delhi in May; Nawaz Sharif and Manmohan Singh in New ...
 The Hindu6 days ago

In Bollywood, lyrics have always played second fiddle to music

Tevar Why do you think the Hindi film industry has so few female lyricists? Traditionally, there have been few women writing lyrics and the volume of work (by them) has not been significant. Even today, Anvita Dutt and I are the ones doing it ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
Assam Tribune

Tibet solution will end Sino-India border row

R Dutta Choudhury Dr Lobsang Sangay DHARAMSHALA, July 22 It will be difficult to find a permanent solution to the border disputes between India and China without solving the issues relating to Tibet. This was the observation made by the Tibetan ...
 Assam Tribune1 month ago

Maritime border: Contested coastlines

The recent July 7 verdict by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) based in The Hague, the Netherlands, has resulted in some media and Indian think tank comments supporting the accord as a win-win event for India and Bangladesh, while others have ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Shimla's iconic Town Hall to get a facelift

Thanks to a major leg-up from the Asian Development Bank, a blast from the colonial past will soon greet visitors to Shimla, India's summer capital during the British Raj, with the Himachal Pradesh government set to restore the iconic Town Hall ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Facelift for another iconic British-era structure in Shimla  NewKerala.com1 month ago
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