The great Himalayan Divide between India and China was in evidence following the Chinese refusal to support India's case for entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group. While non-entry into the Group is not the end of the world, for India lives to fight ... The Gulf Today, 2 weeks ago
A Himalayan balancing act - South Asia Monitor, 3 weeks ago
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Sandra E. Black, Jason Furman, Emma Rackstraw, Nirupama Rao 06 July 2016 The share of men between the ages of 25 and 54 either working or actively seeking work—the prime-age male labour force participation rate—has been falling for more than ...Vox, 2 weeks ago
ByNirupama Rao Despite the argumentative chaos of Indian democratic life, where his proponents and opponents continue to slug it out, Narendra Modi is widely seen abroad as a leader who signifies energy and hope for an aspirational India. His ...South Asia Monitor, 1 month ago
The glaring failure of India to become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) has an interesting sub-text: It pretty much highlights Prime Minister Narendra Modi's inability to make friends with world leaders like Chinese President Xi Jinping ...Arab News, 5 days ago
A file photo of PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping Surendra TOPICS The compass of bilateral relations with China needs to be carefully set by India, but they have been diminished by NSG developments. The great Himalayan Divide ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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