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9/19/2019 News ≈ World News

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Latest Live Hindi Breaking News Online- Swarajlive
1 February 2018 News ≈ World News

India, as a country has dependably had this desire to think about the happenings over the world. These 'happenings over the world,' famously known as news, assume an essential part in everybody's life in India. Also, at first it was the daily papers from which the Indians got their day by day lot of latest news online in hindi. The historical backdrop of Indian daily papers is to a great degree in

What geography and economics could mean for India’s China problem
8 May 2017 News ≈ World News

In his book The Revenge of Geography, American scholar Robert Kaplan says the fact that China is blessed by geography is so basic that it is often overlooked in conversations about China’s growing economic and geo-strategic assertiveness. Quoting the British geographer Halford Mackinder, Kaplan writes, “who controls Eurasia, controls the world.” Today, as the world sits

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Is Xi Jinping a neo-Maoist?
6 May 2017 News ≈ World News

By the end of the year, the Chinese will be witnessing the curtains go up on the 19th CPC Congress. In normal circumstances, according to a leadership tradition established by Deng Xiaoping, Xi Jinping and Li Keqiang would be embarking on their final five years in the office of presidency and premiership. Leadership change in China has been quite smooth since Jiang Zemin laid down office i

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A post-nuclear deal Iran prepares for elections
6 May 2017 News ≈ World News

AYATOLLAH KHAMENEI HASAN ROUHANI IRAN IRAN DEAL ISLAMIC REVOLUTION Iran has kicked-off its month long election campaign with the announcement of the finalists approved by the supreme leader of the Islamic republic, Ayatollah Khamenei, after a vetting process orchestrated by the Guardian Council which works under his ambit. Current president, Hasan Rouhani, will be joined by competi

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Escalate to deter the Pakistan army
5 May 2017 News ≈ World News

As the Indian government considers how to respond to Pakistan army’s latest provocations, it should keep in mind that proportional retaliation will prove to be no more than a temporary slave. The key is to convince the Pakistan army that India will not hesitate to escalate, and that the Pakistan army will not win the escalation race. Though military escalation will be painful to both sides,

Ani Das
The long arc to Ankara
5 May 2017 News ≈ World News

It was a visit which had been in the making for quite some time. But when it eventually happened, few in India and abroad took note of it, with the result that nothing much changed as a consequence. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was in India earlier this week and tried to give a boost to sagging ties between Delhi and Ankara. His visit came against the backdrop of his narrow win in a r

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Need coherent plan of action to address Indian Ocean challenges
4 May 2017 News ≈ World News

INDIAN OCEAN IOR “The success of maritime governance in the Indian Ocean is dependent on how effectively regional States can develop a working consensus around key developmental objectives. The endeavor must be to evolve a coherent plan of action to address the Indian Ocean’s many non-traditional and human security challenges, as well as to develop a model of sustainable dev

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Importance of Environmental Site Assessment
20 March 2017 News ≈ World News

An individual or a team of experts provide Environmental Site Assessment Services, they learn about the liability or responsibility of any real estate for any natural hazards. This is done by including all appropriate inquiry about the property such as checking all the present and past records about the place. They use this information to make a clear view whether the ropery contains any threat or

Alina Bee
1 March 2017 News ≈ World News

It would be interesting to see how the new restructured Central scheme announced in the Union Budget for exporters and trading agents, and good on paper, unfolds in the coming days and what it holds in store for exporters and other trading agents Indian exports are showing a downward trend since the past several years. Merchandise exports declined at a compound annual rate of 3.8 per cent, from

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How Russia gave a blow to India’s stakes in Afghanistan and later made it up to Delhi
28 February 2017 News ≈ World News

India’s ‘exclusion’ from the trilateral talks on Afghanistan in Moscow last December instilled deep disenchantment in the Indian leadership towards Russia. The former Soviet Union, in discussion with China and Pakistan, sought to initiate peace negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government. A significant cooling in the bilateral relationship between India and Russia

Alka Das
Converging interests of India and Japan in the Indo-Pacific region
28 February 2017 News ≈ World News

Japan, which has emerged with a brand value of high quality, provides enormous opportunities for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Made in India’ initiative, felt Mr. Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State for Home Affairs, Government of India while delivering the keynote address at the conference on ‘Indo-Pacific Region: Converging India-Japan Relations’ organised by Observer

Soumya Roy
Spouses of H1B workers are a worried lot
27 February 2017 News ≈ World News

“Do you work?” Millions of H1B workers’ spouses were finally able to say “yes” to that awkward and loaded question when the Barack Obama government let them pursue paid work in the US in 2015 — the H4 visa was no longer a deadweight it was for twenty six years since George W. Bush signed into law the Immigration Act of 1990 — which opened the H1B f

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Fighting Islamic State: A trap for India
20 February 2017 News ≈ World News

Located in the Sindh town of Sehwan, Lal Shahbaz Qalandar is among Pakistan’s best-regarded Sufi shrines. It is associated in popular culture with the haunting voice of Reshma, the late artiste whose family migrated at Partition from the deserts of Rajasthan to Sindh and who shot to fame as both a devotee of Shahbaz Qalandar and the singer who gave us Dama Dam Mast Qalandar. Ironically

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Trump Presidency and future of India-US relations
18 February 2017 News ≈ World News

It is more than three months since Donald Trump won the US presidential election and more than three weeks since he was inaugurated to that high office. Analysts and observers had hoped that Trump would mellow his pronouncements on various national and international issues after his victory in the election. They had expected that President-elect Trump would be more responsible and measured in h

Alka Das
Globalism, radicalism, populism on Raisina Hill
16 February 2017 News ≈ World News

In many ways, the Raisina Dialogue hosted by Observer Research Foundation and the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, set the tone for the year’s momentous developments in geopolitics. 2017 is yet to complete fifty days, but the events of the last few weeks will have a lasting impact on our times. The Raisina Dialogue, in particular, highlighted the clash between liberal &ldqu

Ani Das
Donald Trump’s Asia outreach
16 February 2017 News ≈ World News

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe with President Trump playing golf Source: Donald Trump The Trump administration, after making a chaotic start at home, has started venturing abroad. Not surprisingly, Asia remains its big focus. So far, Trump has managed to antagonize the Mexican president and the Islamic world as well as harangue the Australian prime minister and the French president. More

Alka Das
The People’s Republic is a flawed champion for globalisation
15 February 2017 News ≈ World News

It was the first visit to Davos by a paramount leader of the People’s Republic of China, and it could not surely have gone better. Xi Jinping would not have had in any case to work too hard to distinguish himself from the two leaders who were making news at the same time – Donald Trump, whose inauguration was fast approaching, and Teresa May, who was announcing Brexit-related details.

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