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HAL Chief: Tejas Light Combat Aircraft Will Be ‘Backbone’ of Indian Air Force’s ‘Combat Power’
August 09, 2018
HAL Chief: Tejas Light Combat Aircraft Will Be ‘Backbone’ of Indian Air Force’s ‘Combat Power’
The head of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited flew in the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft earlier this week.
HAL Chief: Tejas Light Combat Aircraft Will Be ‘Backbone’ of Indian Air Force’s ‘Combat Power’
Kipling as Mowgli: One View of <em>The Jungle Book</em>
August 06, 2018
Kipling as Mowgli: One View of The Jungle Book
Both Mowgli and Kim represent Kipling as a child, raised at the intersection of two civilizations.
Kipling as Mowgli: One View of The Jungle Book
Disability in India Is Still All About the Able
August 01, 2018
Disability in India Is Still All About the Able
Disability in India remains about the able-bodied. Why?
Disability in India Is Still All About the Able
WhatsApp, Fake News? The Internet and Risks of Misinformation in India
July 30, 2018
WhatsApp, Fake News? The Internet and Risks of Misinformation in India
Should WhatsApp be singled out for India's fake news problem?
WhatsApp, Fake News? The Internet and Risks of Misinformation in India
Alwar Lynching: Cow Vigilantes Strike Again in India
July 27, 2018
Alwar Lynching: Cow Vigilantes Strike Again in India
Members of the BJP have long tacitly endorsed acts of violence against India’s minority communities, especially Muslims.
Alwar Lynching: Cow Vigilantes Strike Again in India
Education a Key Field in the Growth of India-Australia Relations
July 25, 2018
Education a Key Field in the Growth of India-Australia Relations
If Australia is serious about enhanced engagement with India, then the education push should go both ways.
Education a Key Field in the Growth of India-Australia Relations
Bridging India-China Strategic Distrust in the Indo-Pacific
July 18, 2018
Bridging India-China Strategic Distrust in the Indo-Pacific
The recent maritime affairs dialogue is a format that India and China can build on to bridge the gap between them.
Bridging India-China Strategic Distrust in the Indo-Pacific
Indian Army to Test Fire US-Made Ultralight Howitzer This Month
July 18, 2018
Indian Army to Test Fire US-Made Ultralight Howitzer This Month
The Indian Army will resume firing tests of four M777 Ultra Lightweight Howitzers this month.
Indian Army to Test Fire US-Made Ultralight Howitzer This Month
Art in the Delhi Metro
July 16, 2018
Art in the Delhi Metro
The metro in the capital of India moved from state-of-the-art to art-of-the-state.
Art in the Delhi Metro
Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race
July 14, 2018
Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race
A little late to the game, India certainly has the talent and expertise to be an AI power.
Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
July 10, 2018
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
The India-US relationship is still determined to a large extent by the power asymmetry between the two powers.
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
India’s Light Combat Aircraft Misses Deadline for Final Operational Clearance
July 10, 2018
India’s Light Combat Aircraft Misses Deadline for Final Operational Clearance
India’s Tejas Light Combat Aircraft missed another deadline to become fully combat-ready.
India’s Light Combat Aircraft Misses Deadline for Final Operational Clearance
Can China Mediate Between Pakistan and India?
July 09, 2018
Can China Mediate Between Pakistan and India?
Beijing will play an increasingly important role in the preservation of stability in South Asia.
Can China Mediate Between Pakistan and India?
South Korea’s ‘New Southern Policy’ Reaches the Shores of India
July 03, 2018
South Korea’s ‘New Southern Policy’ Reaches the Shores of India
The Moon-Modi rendezvous reinforces a relationship that has been steadily growing more important to both sides.
South Korea’s ‘New Southern Policy’ Reaches the Shores of India
So What, It’s Not Cricket? India Joins the Football Craze
July 03, 2018
So What, It’s Not Cricket? India Joins the Football Craze
The World Cup offers clues as to football’s growing popularity in India.
So What, It’s Not Cricket? India Joins the Football Craze
Rooting for the Trees: India’s Capital Awakens to Its Ecological Challenges
July 02, 2018
Rooting for the Trees: India’s Capital Awakens to Its Ecological Challenges
Recent protests against tree cutting underline Delhi’s problems with pollution.
Rooting for the Trees: India’s Capital Awakens to Its Ecological Challenges
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