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How World War II changed India

How World War II changed India

'The origins of the model of planned economic development adopted by independent India was a direct consequence of the war.''The war provided an opportunity for groups at the margins of Indian society to find new avenues for mobility.''The war also led to the emergence of India as a major Asian power and set the stage for it to play a wider role in international politics.' IMAGE: Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh, then a flight lieutenant, with pilots of No 1 Squadron by a Hawker Hurricane ..., 2 days ago
The War That Made Us Open Magazine, 2 weeks ago
The Secret Origins of the First World War Before It's News, 1 month ago

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Chabahar agreement to reach a new level of India's overseas ambitions

The Chabahar agreement marks a new level in India's overseas ambitions, establishing a genuinely strategic presence not just in one of the world's great energy markets, but potentially giving Indian business access to some of the fastest-growing ...
 Financial Express1 day ago Chabahar takeoff  Yahoo! India2 days ago

India's Diplomatic Disarray OpEd

It is a universal truth that all nations aspire to increase their power relative to their neighbours and competitors, although very few manage to achieve this altruistic goal. National power can be described as a combination of soft and hard power ...
 Eurasia Review3 days ago Elephant And A Matilda  Outlook India6 days ago Back office to the world  Canadian Transportation Logistics6 days ago India's Nuclear Options and Escalation Dominance  Carnegie Endowment1 week ago
Sunday Guardian Live

Strategic ties with Taiwan will greatly benefit India

President Tsai Ing-wen waves during her swearing-ceremony in Taipei, on Friday. Reuters Taiwan can undoubtedly play a vital role in the success of PM Modi's Make in India, Digital India, and Skill India initiatives. In the first two years of ...
 Sunday Guardian Live5 days ago

Deploying strategic industrialization for economic growth

Dar es Salaam, May 19 -- THE President, Dr John Pombe Magufuli has declared industrialization as the main agenda of his government. This is great news for our country and every countryman/woman must support the President. Indeed, industrialization ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago Tanzania: Deploying Strategic Industrialization for Economic Growth  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

China, India and what a new 'red phone' would mean for the world

LONDON — For centuries, the relationship between China and India was the diplomatic Dog that Didn't Bark. The two largest, most populous, most durable Asian countries, for most of their collective history, have lived alongside each other with an ...
 Japan Today1 week ago China, India and what a new red telephone would mean for the world  Reuters India2 weeks ago China, India and what a new 'red telephone' would mean for the world  Sharenet2 weeks ago Commentary: China, India and what a new red telephone would mean for the world  Reuters UK2 weeks ago
Times of India

Geospatial bill: Unquestionable faith in boundaries and accompanying hazards

MUMBAI: In past decades Indian subscribers to foreign magazines like the Economist, National Geographic or Time always knew when a new issue would have a major article on India. The copies would come late and, just occasionally, not at all. When ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Financial Express

US-China tensions: India should carefully calibrate its relations with Washington & China

The idea that India must unilaterally cede a veto to China over its partnership with America reveals an enduring strategic diffidence in Delhi. (Reuters) Some in New Delhi fear that expanding the military partnership with the United States might ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Raja-Mandala: Aligning with the far to balance thenear  Yahoo! India1 month ago China's defence spend: $146 bn. India's: $40 bn!  Rediff.com2 months ago Aligning with the far to balance the near  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Both ecology and development

Even as ESZ is an Indian concept, it has failed to make its presence felt in environmental conservation efforts. The Government must ensure strict implementation of ESZs and include environmentally sensitive areas under its ambit The increasing ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Asia's strategic imbalance

While the world remained obsessed with Panama Leaks, there was little mention of growing US-India closeness in the area of military cooperation. The United States and India have signed a preliminary agreement Logistics Exchange Memorandum of ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago
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