This is no soap opera that Russia would come and bail out India

Ashish Shukla

23th June 2020
It’s not as much a matter of choice for India as it is for Russia. India media might be scripting a Russia factor in fractured Indo-China relations but you ought to...

A muscular India gives its army a “free hand” to knock sense in China

Ashish Shukla

17th June 2020
It would be a grave misjudgement to believe that China has walked over India in a physical showdown in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday.

NAM adrift as helmsman India has better views on horizon

Ashish Shukla

24th October 2019
Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) with 120-member countries is second only to the United Nations (UN) in size yet its’ two-day 18th Summit in Baku, Azerbaijan on Friday...

Terror on top of mind of both Modi and Xi

Ashish Shukla

11th October 2019
How one would love to be a fly on the wall when Indian prime minister Narendra Modi sits down with Chinese premier Xi Jinping for an informal one-to-one meeting in...

Iran feels let down by India and rightly so

Ashish Shukla

11th September 2019
Iran has shown its hurt on India which has unilaterally stopped the import of its oil, unwilling to stand in the corner of the adversaries of the United States.

Why South China Sea ruling is unlawful

Russia Insider

16th July 2016
China’s rise is a first in 500 years that an alternative non-Western power has become a global power. An attempt thus to carve it up like in the past.—NEWSBRED

Hague has no legal standing; China never took part

Russia Insider

14th July 2016
Media must point out Ia) Hague has no legal standing on the matter; (b) China never took part in its proceedings on South China Sea, claiming it to be illegal.   

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