A career diplomat, Satish Chandra served as India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Offices in Geneva and later as High Commissioner to Pakistan. He, subsequently, went on to head the National Security Council Secretariat and was Deputy National Security Advisor.

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India's Response to the Pulwama Bombing The 14 February Pulwama suicide bombing resulting in the death of about 40 CRPF personnel is the latest in an incessant series of horrific Pakistan terror attacks on India starting with its 1947 action in Kashmir and inter alia including Operation Gi...

Citizen's Amendment Bill and the Need for a Refugee Policy Today's interaction will see most dwelling on the Citizen's Amendment Bill (CAB) and going into its fine details and its pros and cons. I would, however, like to avail of this opportunity to underline two points. First, that the Prime Minister is ...

Challenges Facing India in 2019 While more has been achieved by the Modi government than many earlier governments, there are still many long-standing challenges that face India which need to be addressed in 2019. The most daunting of these may be listed as the governance deficit, i...

The Trinity Of Power INS Arihant will enable India to assert its rights on water, besides land and air. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on November 5 that India’s first indigenously designed and built nuclear-powered submarine, the INS Arihant, which is equi...

कश्मीर में मानवाधिकारों पर पक्षपातपूर्ण रिपोर्ट संयुक्त राष्ट्र मानवाधिकार उच्चायुक्त (ओएचसीएचआर) की ‘कश्मीर में मानवाधिकारों की स्थिति’ पर ...

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