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Love in Tokyo: When Biden would try to wean Modi away from Russia

The Japanese have a citrus dessert called Yuzu Pie. Very topical, because it is also a form of serving humble pie along with the...

’71 War: When Indira made Nixon wait for 45 minutes in that tense build-up

(This is the sixth piece in a series on ’71 Indo-Pak War which is celebrating its 50th year this year. The first , second,  third , fourth and fifth...

Chukh Chukh, chakh chakh, Delhi se Bengaluru tak: Train-ing India we don’t see

Riding a train through rural India during the monsoons is a feast for the eyes and a huge learning curve for those people whose...

Why India, the new breadbasket of world, is upsetting our erstwhile slave-masters

At its simplest, once you have cut through all the noise and static, it comes down to this - no other food surplus country...

India claims China is aiding its insurgent leaders with weapons along Myanmar border

Indian officials have claimed that China is aiding insurgent teams that have stepped up assaults on its border with Myanmar in current months, opening...

Malabar exercise from Tuesday; with Australia in Quad forum complete

The first phase of the Malabar Naval exercise, including India, Australia, the US, and Japan begins on Tuesday. They will conduct the exercise in...

Australia to join Malabar naval exercises; the QUAD forum is complete now

India today said Australia would join the high-level Malabar naval exercises, which makes it the full QUAD along with US and Japan and causes...

Who’s US to tell India what weapons it must buy for its’ own defence?

I was seven when the United States sent its nuclear-powered Seventh Fleet to Bay of Bengal to scare India during the 1971 Indo-Pak War....

Why Indians need to see more of the country they live in

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi may not have nudged we Indians into travelling more often in India than we do abroad but he surely...

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