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Russia brings Taliban on table as India observes

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Taliban breakthrough in Moscow

Russia secured a huge diplomatic victory when it got Taliban to turn up at a meeting on Afghanistan, attended by no less than a dozen countries, in Moscow la

“Reverse Nixon”: US thaw on Russia a bid to contain China

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China unease on US-Russia thaw?

In a conversation with the Financial Times last week, Henry Kissinger made a highly significant remark about President Donald Trump’s attempt to improve the

India firm even as US act bully on Iran matter

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Modi and Rouhani: A balancing act

United States wants India to cut down its

New US sanctions on Russia on “hacking” lies

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Drummed up charges on Russia's hacking

The Congress of the United States by almost unanimous votes in both House and Senate has made it clear that Congress had rather destroy the President of the

Obama: The war criminal butcher

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Obama: A crocodile sheds tears

There is no doubt that US President Barak Obama is a war criminal as are his military and intelligence officials and most of the House and Senate.

India’s "Second Independence": the real deal

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Young India Rising: The Second Independence

We are entering into a stretch of political landscape which could simply be termed as the “Second Independence” of India in coming years.

Who are the Masters of Mankind?

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Chomsky: Putting his mind to the matter

Adam Smith talked of “Masters of Mankind” in the 18th century. Do such tribes still rule the world or the power has shifted hands?

Why Modi is leaning on Washington

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Modi's strategic leaning on Washington

With the Islamic world on its West and China's shadow on its east, Modi has begun to lean on Washington. 

Chabahar is a real deal for India

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Modi, Rouhani and Ashraf Ghani shaking hands after Chabahar deal

For its commercial and political implications, the Chabahar Port deal with Iran marks the finest achievement yet of Narendra Modi’s global engagements.

Indo-China Cold War is bad news for BRICS

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Indo-China Cold War suits US interests

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