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Category: China

From EU To Pacific: Strengthening Position

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi participated in 25 events in Germany, Denmark and France on May 2-4 (2022) during his first foreign trip after two years. In those three days, […]

An Antidote To Poverty?

Noted Economist of Indian Origin Pranab Bardhan believes that the policy of a Universal Basic Income can be effective in a country, like India, to relieve economic insecurity to a […]

Decoding A Diplomatic Visit

Reality may be perceived in different ways. The stark contrast between opinions expressed by pro- and anti-Government media in India and the UK on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson‘s April […]

A Diplomatic Tightrope Walk

Eventually, Indian diplomacy has tasted success under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Otherwise, the dominance of politics has side-lined the economy, as well as diplomacy, during his regime. […]

Reminding Of The Colonial-Era Practices

Pakistan and Sri Lanka signed a number of agreements with China for massive Chinese debt-funded infrastructure projects a few years back. Now, both the South Asian countries are facing an […]

India Not Dancing To US’ Tune

Following multiple threatening visits by senior US officials to New Delhi, the diktat issued by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on April 6 (2022) that “We, obviously, would prefer […]

Paperless And…

Sri Lanka recently cancelled exams in more than a million schools for an indefinite period due to an acute shortage of papers. The Education Ministry issued a statement on March […]

The Cause, Impact & Lessons

Denis Alipov, the Russian Ambassador to India, believes that the effects of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine would be felt across the globe, including India. However, he did not […]

Taking Stock Of Events

The Government of India is eager to collect information about Netaji (Respected Leader) Subhas Chandra Bose from foreign countries. Bose (January 23, 1897 – August 18, 1945) was an Indian […]