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US-India Strategic Partnership 2014: A Reality Check

Paper No. 5798                                         Dated 29-Sept-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Cutting across the over-hyped halo bestowed on Indian PM Modi’s ongoing visit to USA, a reality check in mid-2014 is in order as the challenging contextual circumstances portend that unless the United States breaks out of its mercenary approach to India, PM Modi’s personal enthusiasm alone cannot bring a major and substantial resurrection of a faltering relationship.

The Fatwa from Muzffarnagar- An urgent need to review the 1937 Act

Paper No. 5797                                     Dated 26-Sept-2014

By R. Upadhyay

‘Buttterfly: Stories of Sri Lankan child soldiers: Documentary film by Vishnu Vasu (pseudonym) - A Review

Paper No. 5796                                          Dated 25-Sept-2014

Guest column by Charles Sarvan

Butterfly’ is a work of moral indignation and compassion aiming, through the Sri Lankan example, to point to the cruelty inflicted on children worldwide.

The Republic of the Marshall Islands v. The Republic of India: Negotiations on Nuclear Weapons

Paper No. 5795                                    Dated 25-Sept-2014

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

Xi Jinping’s India Visit-Reading the Chinese Tea Leaves

Paper No. 5794                                       Dated 25-Sept-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

Chinese President Xi Jinpin’s visit (September 18-20) to India will be discussed for a long time here not only because Xi’s first visit as president to the country, but also because of the hype created by the Indians, expectations, disappointments and some amount of confusion. But speculating on the Chinese mind can be a dangerous business.

India-China Relations in Uncomfortable Zone

Paper No. 5793                                          Dated 23-Sept-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid out the red carpet for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s first visit in his new capacity to India (Sept. 18-20).

Chinese President’s ‘Sweet & Sour’ Visit to India 2014 Analysed

Paper No. 5792                                       Dated 23-Sept-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Chinese President XI Jinping’s visit to India in mid-September 2014 ended analytically on a ‘Sweet & Sour’ Chinese flavour. It would be a learning curve for Indian Prime Minister that dealing with China as Prime Minister is vastly different from the effusive perceptions gained on visits to China as Gujarat Chief Minister.


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