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The Most Neglected Man Of Indian Freedom Movement

Posted By Editorial Team | Jun 16th, 2015

The Most Neglected Man Of Indian Freedom Movement All of us have heard much and read a lot about this, whom we have called “The Most Neglected Man Of Indian Freedom Movement”. He is no other than Subhash Chandra Bose, whom the country lovingly named NETAJI. The nation knows the reasons for that also. Today, […]

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India’s Grand Strategy – Knowledge, not weapons will be the currency of power in this century

Posted By Editorial Team | Jun 16th, 2015

The following article written by India’s defense analyst, K . Subrahmanyam remained unpublished until 2012. He passed away in 2011. In view of emerging as well as long existing threats to India, his expert views and opinions will be not only of interest but remain valid. Policies , nations and states pursue are written on […]

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India Needs to Join Asia’s Emerging ‘Chinese Order’

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 21st, 2014

A new Asian order is emerging and South Asia — including India — needs to be a part of it.

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Countering another string of pearls

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 20th, 2014

Narendra Modi’s visit to Fiji has to be followed up with a robust programme of co-operation in areas in which India has particular strengths

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Bringing consensus back in Kathmandu

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 19th, 2014

Prashant Jha, Hindustan Times New Delhi, November 17, 2014 When Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarks on his second visit to Nepal in less than four months next week, he will be busy laying out his vision for SAARC and meeting leaders from across the region. But there will also be a strong India-Nepal bilateral element […]

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Philippines plans to give Muslims autonomous zone

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 19th, 2014

By JIM GOMEZ   Sep. 10, 2014 9:36 AM EDT Filipino Muslims shout slogans during a rally near the Presidential Palace in support of the… Read more   MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The president of the overwhelmingly Catholic Philippines proposed Wednesday to give Muslims in the south the ability to run their own government under their own flag, […]

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India, Fiji ties can go beyond diaspora

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 19th, 2014

Narendra Modi’s Fiji visit was a strategic plan keeping in mind the economic potential of the island country.

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NETWORKING FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 19th, 2014

Narendra Modi would likely discuss the possibility of Indian participation in the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership to develop an economic alliance extending from India to the US, Mexico and Canada

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The Issue of Religious Extremism

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 19th, 2014

The Issue of Religious Extremism ByAnant Mishra IssueNet Edition| Date : 14 Nov , 2014 Religion is an organized collection of beliefs, cultural systems and worldviews that relate mankind to the supernatural and spirituality. Most religions have numerous signs and symbols as well as sacred histories that are intended to give meaning to life and […]

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Old wine, new bottles – Russia, America and the New Cold War

Posted By Editorial Team | Nov 19th, 2014

Old wine, new bottles – Russia, America and the New Cold War Premen Addy   Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, George H.W. Bush, then president of the United States of America, issued this heraldic proclamation: “A world once divided into two armed camps now recognizes one, sole and pre-eminent power, the United States […]

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