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India-Pakistan Road to Peace Runs through Kabul

Paper No. 6055                                Dated 11-Jan-2016

 Dr Subhash Kapila

Nepal: A Nation Divided By a New Constitution: Update No. 318

Note No. 747                     Dated 25-Sept-2015
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
At last, the Koirala Government appears to have realised the seriousness of the situation.  The top three leaders who in the words of their own Baburam Bhattarai had transformed themselves into a “ruling class” met at Baluwatar yesterday and decided to withdraw the army to its barracks, provided the protests are peaceful.
 

Revisiting India’s foreign policy under Modi

Paper No. 5987                              Dated 14-Aug-2015

By Col. R. Hariharan

[This article answers questions raised in a radio interview on August 12, 2015.]

Q: It is about fifteen months since Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power. During this period foreign relations appear to have been given great importance. What do you think are the changes in India’s foreign policy now?

A Year of Modi's Governance- View from Nepal:

Paper No. 5950                            Dated 11-Jun-2015

Guest Column:  By Dr. Hari Bansh Jha

Narendra Modi just completed one year of his tenure as Prime Minister of India on 26th May 2015. During this period, he emerged as tallest figure among Indian politicians, apart from being front runner among the world leaders.

Modi’s China Visit – Some Straight Talk, Some Unreciprocated Concessions

Paper No. 5935                                   Dated 21-May-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

Indian Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi ended his state visit to China with a flourish in Shanghai on May 16. The day marked the completion of one year of the BJP led NDA government in New Delhi, and Modi used it to the hilt, addressing a 5000 strong Indian diaspora in China who gathered in Shanghai.

Palk Bay – Deepening Crisis

Paper No. 5926                                      Dated 06-May-2015

Guest Column by Prof. V. Suryanarayan

Storm clouds are gathering over Palk Bay region, which divides Tamil Nadu from the northern parts of Sri Lanka, threatening the livelihood of thousands of Tamil fishermen on both sides.

Prime Minister Modi’s Visit to China May2015: Reality Check

Paper No. 5925                                 Dated 06-May-2015

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Indian Prime Ministers visits to China right from Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi, Vajpayee and Dr Man Mohan Singh have yielded no tangible gains from China on India’s vital national interests. PM Modi should be alive to this reality as he heads for China for his first visit as Prime Minister.

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