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Why peace with Pakistan is difficult, if not impossible

  'For a long time Pakistan dreamt that India would break up and that it would be the predominant power in the region,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). The Indian and Pakistani prime......

Pragmatic Modi will achieve India's strategic goals in China

  If the chemistry between Modi and Xi goes well, it will herald a new future for the world, says Tarun Vijay, mp. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to make history in China through a......

'China is an opportunity and a challenge'

'We should not flatter ourselves that China is fixated on encircling India. She has greater goals, becoming the pre-eminent power in the world, and India as a major power is dealt with as part of......

Pak general: No chances of India-Pakistan war

'We have worked to create road blocks in the path of those who thought that there was space for conventional war despite Pakistan's nuclear weapons.' 'Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme is not......

'If Pakistan instigates Kabul against India, it will backfire'

'Some Pakistani generals are saying -- a little more so now than before -- that the biggest threat to Pakistan is not external -- not India -- but internal.' 'The proof of that will be their change......

There's little proof that acche din has arrived for India

Because of India's weak fiscal position, the plethora of debt-burdened infrastructure companies and the poor asset quality of public sector banks, economic growth in 2015-16 may be limited to about......

Power centre Delhi holds key to Modi's India revival dream

For India to make the most of Narendra Modi's ambition and energy, he must get New Delhi to keep up, says Nitin Pai. Few analysts expected Narendra Modi to pay serious attention to foreign policy......

'Modi govt or not, foreign investors remain bullish on India'

It has been an eventful fortnight for global economies and markets, given the developments in Ukraine and Russia. India is going through a general election to elect a new government. In this......

Column: Is India LOSING its way?

Is India losing its way? That was the question that The Economist magazine posed to Shashi Tharoor and me to debate. After two rounds of sparring, this is how I concluded. For every cheery......

US to maintain strategic partnership with India

The United States would 'continue to invest' in long-term strategic partnership with India and also support its ability to serve as a regional economic anchor and provider of security in the......
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Dr Reddy's crossed Rs.4000 mark on BSE with 86% income from exports, new launches

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What India Must Learn From Indonesia

Unleashing Growth Although India initiated economic reforms in the early 1990s, more than 20 years after Indonesia's liberalisation under the... ...

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US decides to retaliate against China's hacking, but wants to avoid cyberconflict

By David E. Sanger The Obama administration has determined that it must retaliate against China for the theft of personal information of more... ...

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Joint Aerial Patrols in the SCS

01 August 2015 Admiral Scott Swift, the new U.S. Commander of the Pacific Fleet, recently joined the crew of a P-8A Poseidon aircraft on July 18... ...

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Cuba Si ! Yankee No !

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