Anzac and India: A shared but forgotten camaraderie

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Anzac and India: A shared but forgotten camaraderie “Before the war who had ever heard of ANZAC?  Hereafter who will ever forget it?” …by saying this British Commander at Gallipoli, General Sir Ian Hamilton best summed up the spirit of … Continue reading

Silky slippery roads: Indian and Chinese contentions

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A visit to remember Foreign dignitary visits are invariably announced as ‘cordial’, ‘successful’ and the promise of a great relationship in the future. Couched in diplomatic language and show-casing the host’s ability in a positive light, these meetings seldom have … Continue reading

India Isn’t ‘Open for Business’ Yet – Bloomberg View

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I came across this article –  (see link below) which echoes a shared feeling that Modi will have difficulty translating his successes at a state level into a national one. Of course he will! Analysts and even sceptics know that … Continue reading

Crony capitalism a big threat to countries like India, RBI chief Raghuram Rajan says – The Times of India

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Crony capitalism a big threat to countries like India, RBI chief Raghuram Rajan says – The Times of India. That the government does good is something that I have held on to almost as a belief, in comparison to what … Continue reading

Defence reboot policy: Revamp R&D, simplify weapons purchase – The Times of India

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Is India’s nationalism going to blind its economic growth? The Modi government has moved swiftly to announce new measures which change the way things are usually done. This is a welcome change that dynamic leaders bring in, but how deep are the effects for the common man to grasp is the question. Continue reading