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China in India’s Neighborhood: A Distant Brother Shall Keep the Dragon Away

In the last few years, with the Line of Actual Control witnessing an increase in cross-border aggression, China has become a primary concern for...
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COVAXIN Approval : Need for Recognition

Although it is expected that the COVAXIN  will get recognized by end of August, what needs to be understood is the repercussion faced till...
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Is India Becoming an Electoral Autocracy?

When BJP spokesperson, Gopal Krishna Agarwal asked by a BBC journalist regarding why their government is blocking tweets that criticize the government, he answered...
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Three Decades After Big-bang Reforms, India Remains a Low-Middle-Income Country

In 1990-91, Indian Economy was on the brink of collapse. The country was reeling under extreme economic pressure with just enough foreign exchange reserves,...
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Afghanistan: A Perpetual Geopolitical Battleground

At the heart of the historic silk road, a crucial dynamic transformation is taking place. After the two-decades-long tiresome conflict, the United States of...
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Colombo Port City Project: China’s Growing Influence in the Indian Ocean Region

The Colombo City Port is a planned city in Colombo meant to be developed on reclaimed land near the Galle Face Green, an oceanside...
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Geopolitics of Kashmir and the Evolving Trends in the Insurgency

In the entire history of mankind, it is hard to find a year without any war between groups, tribes, kingdoms or nation states. As...
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China Is Well Poised to Defend Its Interests in Afghanistan

The fourth round of the China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Foreign minister’s dialogue was held via video link recently to address the “new uncertainties” posed by the “unilateral...
President of Nepal Bidya Devi Bhandari

While Citizens Plea for Survival; Nation Becomes a Mere Political Playground for the Leaders

In the midst of a deadly second wave of the pandemic, with an ever-increasing number of new cases and deaths, Nepali leadership has been...

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