Book Review: Modi’s Foreign Policy

By Ayanangsha Maitra Authors: Reeta Chowdhari Tremblay, Ashok Kapur | Publisher: SAGE Publications, 2017, pp. 256 | Price: Rs 608 | Available on Amazon An Indian Prime Minister has always been the Minister-at-large of External Affairs. Even though there is a close-knit group for foreign policy making, the leadership style of the head of the […]

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Pakistani Malfeasance in Kashmir

By Anurag Tripathi In its continuing attempt to reverse the trend of deepening peace in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), Islamabad has, since the beginning of 2013, intensified its onslaught on the border, repeatedly violating the Cease Fire Agreement (CFA) signed in November 2003.  The ‘intrusion’ into Shala Bhata village along the […]

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Pakistani Collusion with Islamist Terrorist Formations

By Ambreen Agha On October 2, 2011, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said that his administration was ready to hold negotiations with all militant groups, including Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). Maulvi Faqir Muhammad, TTP’s ‘Deputy Commander’ and ‘Commander-in-Chief’ for its Bajaur Chapter in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), spoke to the media on phone on […]

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Gujarat :: Propaganda Versus Reality

By L.K. Advani I conclude this account of my six years in the Home Ministry by turning to an event—rather, two inter-related events—that has figured most prominently in the sustained campaign, conducted both nationally and internationally, to malign my party, its ideology and the Vajpayee government’s six years in office. I am referring to the […]

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