India’s Resilient Constitution

The government decided in November 2015 to observe 26th November as Constitution Day or Sambidhan Divas to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution on 26th November 1949 which came into effect from 26th January 1950. The basic objective behind t

Turbulence in South China Sea: Need to Enforce UNCLOS

The expansive South China Sea, covering an area of more than 3.5 million square kilometres consisting of atolls, reefs is arguably the most contested waters of Asia. The reserve of hydro carbons and its strategic location in the vicinity of shipping

Gandhi: The Apostle of Non-Violence

Ever since 2007 when the United Nations adopted 2nd October, the birth day of Mahatma Gandhi regarded as the ‘Father of the Nation’ in India, and the torch bearer of India’s protracted freedom struggle, the day is observed as the ‘Internation

Engage Taiwan in Cyber Security Exercises

Earlier this month the National Security Council of India virtually hosted the first Security Conclave on Developing Regional Cyber Security capabilities on Defensive Operations. Delegates from Members and Observer States of the Colombo Security Conc

Fresh Impetus to India-Sri Lanka Ties

In a very significant development which will give an impetus to India-Sri Lanka relations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is inaugurating the direct flight from Sri Lanka to Kushinagar on 20th October. A number of high dignitaries and Buddhist monks fr

Evolution of Indo-US Relations: From Estranged Democracies to Engaged Democracies

From being what Dennis Kux, the US diplomat and author, called ‘estranged democracies’, India –U.S.A relationship has been transformed to ‘Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership’. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s current visit to USA is

ताइवान से नेताजी का नाता

ऐसे समय में जब भारत अदम्य नेताजी सुभाष चंद्र बोस की 125वीं जयंती मना रहा है और उनका लापता होना एवं �

Deepening Democracy in Taiwan under Democratic Progressive Party

The consolidation and deepening of democracy in Taiwan as evident from the regular and periodic elections and peaceful transfer of political baton from one political party to another speak volume of the democratic culture and tradition of Taiwan. The

Netaji’s Tryst with Taiwan

At a time when India is commemorating the 125th birth anniversary of the indomitable Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, and his disappearance and passing away is still shrouded in mystery, it is worth a while to revisit a seminal work, Verdict from Formosa:

International goodwill for India

At a time when India is confronted with unprecedented crisis situation due to the surging spread of the COVID-19 pandemic across the country, it augur well that the country is receiving bounties of goodwill from countries the world over to fight the

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