India

Both India and Pakistan have put efforts to manage crisis through Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) over the last seven decades. However, from the contemporary events and soared relations between the two vividly delineate that these two arch rivals have a ...

India is among the top emerging economies of the world; Standard Chartered economists led by David Mann predicted that India likely to surpass U.S to be world’s second largest economy by 2030. Emerging markets (E7) could grow around twice as fast ...

In the year 2014, the BJP sat in the Parliament with a un-precedented thumping majority, while the opposition was whittled down to being insignificant. The former Chief Minister of Gujarat and now the Prime Minister of the largest democracy roared ...

Only US, Russia and China claimed the title of Space Power and now India has joined the list by shooting down a live satellite on the LEO (Low Earth Orbit) in just three minutes using a missile on March 29, ...

With its 1.3 billion inhabitants, India is called the largest democracy in the world. It is the product of a multicultural history which started around 2,500 BC, with the Vedic period. The Aryans, a semi-nomadic tribe coming from central Asia, ...

Tim Marshall in his book,’ Prisoners of Geography’ writes that in case, Kashmir becomes part of Pakistan, it would deny India opportunities and strengthen foreign policy options for Pakistan. Pakistan’s water insecurity issues would also be resolved. Originating from Himalayan ...

Launched by America, the war in Afghanistan is at a turning point. People born after September 11, 2001, are now being deployed there. Peace negotiations continue, but with little impact. Yet, there is one question that has not been answered: ...

In his book ‘How India sees the World’, former Foreign Secretary of India Shyam Saran describes the India-Pakistan relationship to have a singular trajectory of ‘dialogue-disruption-dialogue-repeat’ in endless cycles. Ever since the partition of India in 1947, it has been ...

Politics is an art of possible. It is an art of turning your failures into success. These words may seem a bit old school but their application in Modern times cannot be undermined. The question remains how? Well, as we ...

Insurgency began to gain momentum in Kashmir after the elections of 23 March 1987. Syed Muhammad Yousuf Shah, a candidate of Muslim United Front, was contesting from Amira kadal Constituency. As the results were declared, the less popular Ghulam Mohiudin ...