No free lunch, Biden must tell WHO

January 20, 2021 admin 0

The Biden era has begun in the United States of America. The incoming 46th President has made a slew of promises while assuring the Americans and the world at large that he would grapple with the issues left behind by his predecessor, who, while masquerading as the new age messiah Read more ………

Pakistan under the China Model of Governance

November 24, 2020 admin 0

On 21 July 2020, a senior journalist, Matiullah Jan, who is known for his outspoken views, was abducted from outside a school where his wife worked as a teacher in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad. Footage from two CCTV cameras showed a dozen persons in plain clothes and a few armed persons Read more ………

A Pro-China Stance Will Not Resolve Nepal’s Quest for Greater Strategic Autonomy

November 11, 2020 admin 0

Kathmandu’s sovereignty concerns are genuine and deserve better treatment from India. In reality, like Kathmandu does not want to compromise its sovereignty for India’s national security, New Delhi would be unwilling to compromise its national security for Nepal’s strategic autonomy. Beijing’s security apprehensions regarding Indian meddling in Tibet casts shadows Read more ………

The Nation Defends ‘Arnab Journalism’

November 6, 2020 admin 0

Anybody who is anyone in the ruling BJP, most of the real and fake leading lights of Indian journalism, an assortment of liberal and left intellectuals, all have rushed to the defence of the Republic TV chief editor cum co-founder, Arnab Goswami, after his arrest in connection with a case Read more ………

Pakistan: Nawaz vs. Imran

November 5, 2020 admin 0

*Nawaz Sharif’s attack against the Army and Imran Khan has elicited strong responses from them. ** This is not the first time that three-time PM has had strained ties with the army ***Nawaz had hit out at the Army earlier too but his tone now more aggressive. *** Voices within Read more ………

Gulf Remittances in the Age of Covid-19

November 5, 2020 admin 0

India and the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states share a very strong historical relationship that has endured to this day. Their bilateral trade for 2018-2019 was US$121.34 billion ($170 billion) and remittances sent home to India by expatriate Indian workers in the GCC, of whom there are around 7.6 Read more ………

Why no Security Council seat to India?

November 5, 2020 admin 0

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is generally at ease in the intricate art of global diplomacy. His speech at the UN General Assembly on the historic occasion of the world body’s 75th anniversary made the case for India playing a leading role in global affairs. “For how long will India be Read more ………