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Myanmar President U Htin Kyaw arrived in New Delhi August 27 on a four-day visit on the heels of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's daylong visit to that country less than a week ago as  Yangon seeks to find some kind of a balance in its ties between its two large neighbours, India ...

 
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It was my privilege to have known and become friends with P V Narasimha Rao from the 1970s after he ended his tenure as Andhra’s Chief Minister (1971-1973) until his death in 2004 at age 83. Ours was a “quiet” friendship, writes Harold A. Gould.

 
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Europe is on edge. The most piquant symbol is the move by French beach resorts to ban the burkini, a full body covering swimsuit with a cap for Muslim women in contrast to the revealing bikini. But the disquiet is deep i...

 
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Even as the 10-member grouping continues to chip away at breaking barriers and bridging borders, the fanfare to which the ASEAN economic community (AEC) was implemented at the end of 2015 may have fizzled. At this eight-month juncture, it is important that they keep momentum to generate greater benefit...

 
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Every catastrophe in Turkey in recent months has been greeted with the superlative, “deadliest”. Only the intensity varies with every bout of mortal fundamentalism.

 
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Given the nature of what’s been brought into the public domain, and if the leaked material does indeed give away sensitive classified data, it is a moot point whether INS Kalvari is worth having now even if China and Pakistan haven’t yet got hold of the data that is being passed from ha...

 
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"Perilous Interventions: The Security Council and the politics of chaos" is an insider's account and interpretation of the West's  "desire for geopolitical domination" which ha...

 
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Ambassador Abdali argues that Pakistan’s nurture of intolerant and violent religious fundamentalists not only effectuates the destruction of Afghanistan but inevitably blows back at Pakistan itself, equally harming, killing and swallowing...

 
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The book is an in depth study to resurrect maritime diplomacy and redefine its activity using naval apparatus for present era. The book chugs into deep to explain the vital reasons why maritime diplomacy would...

 
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Rohit Prasad set out to probe how the government and ordinary people in India's remote areas used IT and communication technology to transform society. But when he saw how the other half lived in abysmal c...

 
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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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