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SEEKING PEACE NEEDS AN ENTERPRISING FOREIGN POLICY

New Delhi, Nov. 30 -- This week Istanbul will host two separate but related international conferences on mediation. One will be devoted to the state of play in the conflict map and capacity for mediat... Read More


Sabarimalai: Why can't women climb those 18 hallowed steps?

New Delhi, Nov. 30 -- Women between the ages of ten and fifty were debarred from visiting Sabarimalai once the presiding patriarchs of religion and cultural practice moved the judiciary, setting in pl... Read More


Maldives: How will the new government rebalance its foreign policy?

INDIA, Nov. 16 -- On November 17, the tiny island nation of The Maldives will swear in a new President. Indian Prime Minister NarendraModi, will attend this function, which will take place in its capi... Read More


Will India's purchase of S-400 from Russia provoke US sanctions?

New Delhi, Oct. 18 -- This was to be a test of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's attempt to exercise strategic autonomy on foreign policy, and he passed it with flying colors when he decided to sign the ... Read More


Will Karmapa Lama return to India after his historic France meeting with his competitor?

New Delhi, Oct. 13 -- Does Indian government really wants Karmapa Lama, head of 900 year Tibetan Buddhist Kagyu sect, to come back in India. Karmapa who recently picked up a Dominican passport now nee... Read More


Will Karmapa Lama return to India?

New Delhi, Oct. 9 -- Does Indian government really wants Karmapa Lama, head of 900 year Tibetan Buddhist Kagyu sect, to come back in India. Karmapa who recently picked up a Dominican passport now need... Read More


Tibetan Buddhists: Will Karmapa Lama return to India?

INDIA, Oct. 8 -- Does Indian government really wants Karmapa Lama, head of 900 year Tibetan Buddhist Kagyu sect, to come back in India. Karmapa who recently picked up a Dominican passport now needs an... Read More


Farmer's rage could impact 2019 electoral outcome

New Delhi, Oct. 4 -- "If the farmers are asked to return their loans then 30 lakh would commit suicide than just the 3 lakh that have ended their lives due to debt in the last decade," claimed Dharmen... Read More


Brazil wants to grow food as business with India

INDIA, Oct. 4 -- Last week, a large delegation of Brazilian companies participated in the 'World Annapurna Fair' held in Mumbai. Their aim was to increase its business ties in the agriculture and food... Read More


In Maldives democracy may have triumphed, but challenges stare the new government

INDIA, Oct. 4 -- Democracy has finally triumphed in the Maldives. President Abdullah Yameen who was displaying authoritarian tendencies has been voted out. The big challenge now for the opposition wou... Read More