Has the Modi government ensured that the MEA keeps abreast of the times, asks Ambassador Vivek Katju. Modi@1: The best coverage only on Rediff.com Almost all neutral analysts have given Prime Minister Narendra Modi high marks for the clarity and energy with which he has conducted India's foreign policy in the first year of his term. The substance of his external engagements and their direction and purpose have attracted comment. However, there has also been extraordinary focus on his novel and ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
By Vivek Katju, A new economic corridor could be a positive, binding force in Sino-Pakistan ties. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to visit China, he cannot be oblivious to the implications of the proposed ...South Asia Monitor, 2 weeks ago
A file photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photo: Bloomberg New Delhi: In a recent interview to Time magazine, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the world not to look at terrorism from the(ir) nameplates—which group they belong to, what ...Livemint.com, 2 weeks ago
The actor Salman 'Bhai' Khan has been pronounced guilty by a Mumbai court in the 2002 hit and run case. The court said that Khan was driving without a license and was under the influence of alcohol. The actor was driving back home (he lives in ...Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago
While Prime Minister Modi may pursue the laudable aim of building a cooperative relationship with Pakistan, he and his advisers should never think that concessions (and dialogue is a concession in itself) will change the Pakistan army's approach to India, says Ambassador Vivek Katju. The major purpose of Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar's Saarc Yatra is about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's general desire to 'push the bilateral agenda' with Pakistan and not the promotion of cooperation in Saarc.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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