Updated on Oct 08, 2023 11:36 AM IST
The political instability in Israel is equally to be blamed as “kichidi” politics made the country vulnerable and intelligence dropped the ball.
India and US are finally working together on global issues after burying the ghost of USS Enterprise.
Since ethnic violence broke out in May, multiple agencies were tasked to restore normalcy in a tinder-box situation. A nodal coordination group is vital
Justin Trudeau’s unsubstantiated allegation against India over Nijjar’s killing has created a mess of bilateral relations. The ball is now in Canada’s court.
Data from the economic census shows a huge variation in share of women employed per 100 hired workers not just among but also within states
The Ontario Gurudwara Committee and the BC Gurudwara council have called a meeting in Surrey tomorrow on Confronting Indian Foreign Interference.
Cities such as Singapore, London and Stockholm that have imposed congestion pricing have demonstrated the complexities the exercise involves
In the age of information warfare, misrepresenting the adversary in counter-terrorist operations can demoralize own forces and benefit terrorists.
Rather than providing proof of its so-called agents involved in Nijjar’s killing, Trudeau indicted the Modi government for a crime that it had not committed.
There are no less than 21 pro-Khalistan separatists sheltered by Canada, who are now weaponized by PM Justin Trudeau to target Indian diplomats and assets.
The decisions taken during PM Modi’s visit to the US in July and reflected in the joint statement are being speedily implemented unlike in the past.
China's co-opting of Arunachal Pradesh with Mandarin names and East Ladakh with rejected 1959 lines indicates its ambition to dominate Asia.
Chinese President Xi Jinping wants India’s border concerns put on a back-burner while putting bilateral economic ties on the front-burner.
A record number of 225,620 Indian Citizens have renounced their citizenship and have taken up foreign citizenship in 2022.
New Delhi informed Colombo that it is seriously concerned about Chinese research vessel Shi Yan 6 docking at Colombo and Hambantota ports end-October.
If the 1990s was about armed insurgency and extortion in Manipur, the large part of the first two decades was coercion through blockades.
With the Muslim world maintaining “omerta” over Uighur Muslim repression and west only making stray noises over Tibet, Chinese narrative setting is a success.
The abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, 2019, has brought closure to the long-standing vulnerability of India.
While many civilian bureaucrats and state politicians were skeptical about peace after the abrogation, data indicates that nay-sayers were wrong.
The bill envisions the governance of digital personal data by providing a legislative framework that highlights the rights and duties of the ‘Digital Nagarik’.
Chinese interlocutors told Indian counterparts that boundary issues should not be taken to paramount leader Xi Jinping and raised every time by the Indian PM.
Adequate relief materials availability ensured that at every camp, 30,000 MT rice was allotted through FCI during current Manipur violence that began on May 3.
Priyanka Kakkar was booked on a complaint filed by Shehzad Poonawala, who accused her of making communal remarks during a TV debate.
People filing ITRs in prosperous Punjab are far less than UP. Similarly, India’s power centre Delhi has only 37 lakh people filing ITRs in FY23.
The Forest Conservation Amendment Bill 2023 is expected to be tabled in the Parliament's Monsoon session. Key provisions of the bill have come under fire
Updated on Jul 20, 2023 07:56 PM IST
Sheikh Issa visit is very significant as he is close to Saudi Crown Prince MBS and represents the reformative phase of Islam in the Royal Kingdom.
A look at how Cong is trying to achieve what the Jan Sangh did by forming a diverse opposition grouping against a dominant party.
Gita Press has published over 150 million copies of various texts.
India's foreign policy under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has become assertive and its voice carries weight on the global stage.
As global average air temperatures rise, so does the probability of marine heatwaves with oceans absorbing nearly 90% of the excess heat
Updated on Jun 04, 2023 06:45 PM IST