Asia

New Delhi and Seoul Strengthen Ties

India’s bilateral relations with the Republic of Korea attained a new high when the two sides signed an agreement on nuclear energy technology on 25 July, 2011 during Indian President Pratibha Patil’s visit…

A Different South Asia

South Asia, as a region, usually evokes an image of a place which is afflicted by several instances of violent religious extremism where militant outfits like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Al Qaeda and the Taliban…

Indian Navy Bolsters its Eastern Muscle

The Indian navy has been pumping up its muscles along the eastern seaboard, albeit slowly but steadily. For several decades, the eastern command had played the proverbial second fiddle to its western peer,…

India in the Sino Backyard

President Pratibha Patil’s visit to northeast Asia last month was aimed at solidifying India’s relations with Mongolia and South Korea. In South Korea, Patil agreed to strengthen the New Delhi-Seoul relations, especially as…

To Discount the Sino Juggernaut in the North East

In May last, the Congress won a third straight victory in the hustling of Assam. While several observers and analysts, in their trademark stoic fashion, dismissed the event as another victory in some…

India’s Foreign Policy Dimensions

One of the major dimensions of India’s foreign policy is to amplify its weight in the global governance scenario and emerge eventually as a policymaker in the international perspective. Under that wisdom, India’s…

International Relations of India

India has good International relations , with most of the countries , India has formal political associations. India is the second most populous, democratic and fastest growing economic strength in the world. Its…

TAPI Gas Pipeline Expected to Meet India’s Energy Needs

India signing the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, is expected to meet the demand-supply shortage of natural gas in the country. Rough estimates have put the current demand of natural gas in the…

UN Lauds India as Major Contributor towards Global Poverty Reduction

India has significantly contributed towards the reduction of global poverty, reports the UN annual report on millennium development goals (MDGs). As per the 2010 report, India is likely to reduce its poverty levels…

India Targets Capacity Building in Myanmar

India shares strong economic and social ties with Myanmar. In fact, the country, then known as Burma, was a province of the British India, till 1937, when the country became a self-governing and…

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