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Indian Authorities Wrangle With Google Street View
June 28, 2016
Indian Authorities Wrangle With Google Street View
Google's revolutionary mapping plans don't seem to find government enthusiasm in India.
Indian Authorities Wrangle With Google Street View
India’s Fidayeen Woes
August 17, 2015
India’s Fidayeen Woes
The likelihood of more urban terrorist attacks complicates New Delhi’s security and foreign policy.
India’s Fidayeen Woes
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
July 18, 2015
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
A lack of coherence allied with tough talk could prove self-defeating.
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
Pakistan: No More ‘Good Taliban’?
January 19, 2015
Pakistan: No More ‘Good Taliban’?
Pakistan's government has vowed to end the Good Taliban/Bad Taliban distinction. Should we believe it?
Pakistan: No More ‘Good Taliban’?
Salman Khan Faces Homicide Charges
June 25, 2013
Salman Khan Faces Homicide Charges
Another of Bollywood’s biggest stars faces trial with the potential of ten years in jail.
Salman Khan Faces Homicide Charges
India Executes
November 23, 2012
India Executes "Lone Survivor" of Mumbai Attacks
The decision to hang Ajmal Kasab, a Pakistani national, was carried out in complete secrecy.
India Executes "Lone Survivor" of Mumbai Attacks
India, Pakistan Loosen Visa Restrictions
September 10, 2012
India, Pakistan Loosen Visa Restrictions
People-to-people relations are the latest area to receive a boost as the two sides continue their thaw.
India, Pakistan Loosen Visa Restrictions
RK Singh: SMS Message Panic Originated in Pakistan
August 20, 2012
RK Singh: SMS Message Panic Originated in Pakistan
“We will raise this issue with Pakistan. I am certain they will decline it but our technical team is certain.”
RK Singh: SMS Message Panic Originated in Pakistan
America and India: Growing Partners in Afghanistan
August 10, 2012
America and India: Growing Partners in Afghanistan
Washington should push New Delhi to take a more active role Afghanistan – even at the displeasure of Pakistan.
America and India: Growing Partners in Afghanistan
Zardari, Singh Help Melt Ice
April 09, 2012
Zardari, Singh Help Melt Ice
The weekend meeting between Manmohan Singh and Asif Ali Zardari reflects improving India-Pakistan ties.
Zardari, Singh Help Melt Ice
India Announces Terror Body
February 07, 2012
India Announces Terror Body
India has announced plans for a National Counter Terrorism Centre. Will it get the co-operation it needs?
India Announces Terror Body
India Boosts Coastal Defence
August 10, 2011
India Boosts Coastal Defence
With an eye on preventing a repeat of the 2008 Mumbai attacks, India moves to boost its coastal defences.
India Boosts Coastal Defence
Al-Qaeda Goes Local in India
July 20, 2011
Al-Qaeda Goes Local in India
India is becoming a hotbed of terrorist recruitment. Police corruption and shameful incidents like the Gujarat pogrom are making it even worse.
Al-Qaeda Goes Local in India
The Folly of Isolating Pakistan
May 09, 2011
The Folly of Isolating Pakistan
The killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan has prompted overzealous and unhelpful criticism of the country.
The Folly of Isolating Pakistan
Tamil Nadu's Heartening Turnout
April 25, 2011
Tamil Nadu's Heartening Turnout
The turnout in Tamil Nadu’s recent state elections was encouraging. Have voters decided enough is enough?
Tamil Nadu's Heartening Turnout
Singh's Cricket Diplomacy
April 01, 2011
Singh's Cricket Diplomacy
Will Manmohan Singh’s invitation to his Pakistani counterpart to watch an India vs Pakistan World Cup tie help ties?
Singh's Cricket Diplomacy
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