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Why China is not bothered at the world screaming in its ears?

There is a reason why China doesn’t give a damn to retaliatory measures by the United States, Europe, India or anyone else for that...

Jaishankar confronts Rahul Gandhi within hours of his video-post

Foreign Minister Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar today took to twitter to reply to Congress Party’s Rahul Gandhi’s three-minute video on India’s foreign policy. Rahul Gandhi (see...

A muscular India gives its army a ‘free hand’ to knock sense in China

It would be a grave misjudgement to believe that China has walked over India in a physical showdown in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh...

Sikkim livid as Kejri’s govt. advertises it to be a foreign country

Sikkim is livid that in a latest advertisement in newspapers by the Arvind Kejriwal government, Sikkim is shown to be a foreign country. Sikkim’s chief...

India’s border woes: A legacy of Colonialism, geography and Pakistan

India is shouting from the rooftop it has made no transgressions across its eastern borders in neighbouring Nepal but it has made no difference...

Guess who supported the Emergency? Commies, of course

Every anniversary of Emergency in India (June 25, 1975) and worn-out clichés on muzzling media, despotic Indira, state repression and the complicity of judiciary...

Nehru & his ‘Himalayan blunders’

Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru (the title of Pandit is a little incongruous for a sworn secularist) passed away on this day (May 27), 54 years...

Indo-China Cold War is bad news for BRICS

The Indo-US agreement on sharing military logistics to counter China’s assertiveness in Indian Ocean could have wider ramifications.  The two can use each other’s...

Nepal Crisis: China, India must reduce trust deficit

Nepal is a small landlocked country sandwiched between two of world’s most ambitious and populous nations, China and India. It is strategically vital for...

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