Arul Louis

Arul Louis

About Arul Louis

The author a New York-based journalist, is a non-resident Senior Fellow of the Society for Policy Studies

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Trump sees Chinese aggression in Ladakh as part of ‘larger pattern’

US President Donald Trump sees China's aggressive action along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh confirming the Chinese Communist Party's “true nature,” according to his Spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany

UNESCO chief calls for prosecution of Indian journalist's killers

UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay has asked Indian authorities to prosecute the killers of journalist Shubham Mani Tripathi in order to end “gunpoint censorship

Five Indians who died serving UN among those honoured

The world organisation has honoured an army lieutenant colonel who died while trying to save a fellow peacekeeper from drowning and four other Indians at a ceremony honouring those who lost their lives while serving it last year

World Bank signs $250 million agreements for Tamil Nadu housing

The World Bank has signed agreements for $250 million to promote private sector role in developing affordable housing in Tamil Nadu in southern India

Biden puts Kashmir on his Muslim agenda for US elections

In an openly communal appeal to Muslim voters, Joe Biden, the Democratic Party candidate for US president, has dragged Kashmir into his campaign in a religious context rather than as a foreign policy or a human rights issue

Pompeo cites China's Ladakh attack, 'expansionism' as factor in US reprioritising defence

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has cited Chinese Peoples Liberation Army's (PLA) “deadly” confrontation with India as one of the reasons for Washington recalibrating its defence commitments in Europe and looking at countering emerging threats

India's Reliance Jio praised as 'clean' by US for spurning Huawei

While ramping up the international campaign against Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Huawei, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has declared India's Reliance Jio a "clean" network for not using the Chinese company Huawei's equipment, keeping it safe from Beijing's intelligence intrusions

US slams Pakistan for not acting against anti-India terrorists

The United States slammed Pakistan on Wednesday for continuing to be a safe haven for terrorist groups and for failing to prosecute Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) boss Masood Azhar and Lashkar-e-Taiba's (LeT) Mumbai attack mastermind Sajid Mir

US freezes H-1B visas; revamp plans may hit Indian outplacement firms

US President Donald Trump has suspended till the end of the year the H-1B visas prized by Indian and other South Asian professionals and announced a far-reaching reform plan that could deal a blow to Indian companies that place technology workers in US companies

India elected to UN Security Council with overwhelming majority

India has been elected to the United Nations Security Council with an overwhelming majority of 184 votes running on a platform of fighting terrorism and promoting the ethos of "Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam" -- the world is one family

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51 years of bank nationalization in India: Crying need for a better corporate work culture

Bank nationalization in India happened 51 years back, part of the measures undertaken by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to bring in a socialist economy

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Taj Mahal not to reopen, for now

The Agra district administration has decided not to reopen the world-famous Taj Mahal to visitors as yet