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In the light of an unfortunate and shameful incident - of the brutal assault and murder of a Congolese student in New Delhi- we invite your comments, recommendations on how Indians and Africans can collectively work towards eliminating racial prejudices from the country.   What should the Indian ...

 
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Two years of Modi's Foreign Policy

 
sites/default/files/Vignettes ThumbImage/1_2.jpg Two years of Modi's foreign policy can be best remembered for its flip-flops on Pakistan and the PM's blockbuster speeches to delirious non-resident communities and the grand receptions he has received.

 
  
The India-European Union relationship has fallen into a familiar lull. The question officials in New Delhi and Brussels are confronting is: how do you move this relationship forward?

 
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As China moves to further entrench its presence in this part of the world, it would take greater global cooperation to contain what could become an imposing maritime presence of the Chinese, writes Divya Kumar Soti for South Asia Monitor

 
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No community in India has gender-just personal laws. Even as reforms were initiated to eliminate practices that were detrimental to the freedom and equality of women, much still remains to be done especially in the context of their rights related to matrimony and outside. The issue of 'triple talaq' should not be staged as a...

 
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India is trying to douse the anger of African diplomats over frequent attacks on their nationals in what are perceived to be racially-motivated attacks, but there is a distinct need to stop such offe...

 
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The Minister for Defence has recently announced the formation of an 11-member committee, led by Lieutenant General DB Shekatkar (Retd), to look into areas of overlap and convergence within the three ...

 
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What kind of a person can coolly go around a bustling metropolis with the hidden objective of reconnoitering a series of high profile and bustling targets for a relentless, unconscionable carnage and strike up...

 
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Ian Morris’ book helps to understand better the productive function of power and the strengths and constrains of a data-driven study of historically embedded arguments. However, his selective treatment of historical occurrences, the narro...

 
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In the Indian context, these could entail the prospects that could have ensued if Vallabhbhai Patel had been free India's first prime minister instead of Jawaharlal Nehru, or if Subhas Chandra Bose had sta...

 
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The Lal Masjid stand-off in 2007 after abduction of some Chinese citizens and the bloody clearing-up operation was a watershed for Pakistan, triggering open conflict between Islamist extremists and security fo...

 
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Written by two IAS officers, ‘The Queen Could Sing’ narrates five different stories in an inimitable style. The delightful verses, fired by a childlike imagination, sparkle with wit, humour and archaic characterizations, instantly c...

 
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