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Health Perspective of the G20 New Delhi Leaders Declaration
Oct 25, 2023

Health Perspective of the G20 New Delhi Leaders Declaration

The New Delhi Declaration’s policy commitments in the health sector emphasise the role of the G20 in revising the existing financial and global heal

How 'Delhi model' facilitated AAP's historic Punjab sweep
Mar 16, 2022

How 'Delhi model' facilitated AAP's historic Punjab sweep

The AAP’s historic victory in a state with no reliable voting base and a weak and invisible party organisation is a fairy tale story almost similar to what the newbie party achieved in the Delhi elections in 2015.

How Delhi and Paris became friends
Aug 27, 2019

How Delhi and Paris became friends

India and France have a shared interest in developing a coalition of middle powers committed to multipolarity

How did Aam Aadmi Party fix Delhi’s broken government schools?
Feb 01, 2020

How did Aam Aadmi Party fix Delhi’s broken government schools?

While the AAP government has done well to change the perception on government run schools by infusing more funds and plucking low hanging fruits, many

Hu's Delhi Visit: BRICS and the bilateral dynamics
Apr 09, 2012

Hu's Delhi Visit: BRICS and the bilateral dynamics

India and China have to shoulder greater responsibility to ensure that they adopt more inclusive and cooperative approach in addressing each other's concerns. And no amount of multilateral level cooperation (BRICS, G-20, WTO) can diminish some of these vexed issues.

India and International Sanctions: Delhi’s Role as a Sanctioner
Sep 26, 2013

India and International Sanctions: Delhi’s Role as a Sanctioner

Over the years, sanctions have emerged as a preferred foreign-policy tool for many States, especially in the West. Sanctions serve a number of purposes, including the application of economic and political pressure on specific governments with a view to change their stance on a particular issue. International organisations, throughout the 20th century, used sanctions to impose their positions. The League of Nations first imposed sanctions in 1921

India and the G-20: Taking Diplomacy Beyond Delhi
Jan 25, 2023

India and the G-20: Taking Diplomacy Beyond Delhi

Some may look at it as the BJP trying to shape the 2024 agenda. But the euphoria is an attempt to project India as a global power seeking symbolic parity with major powers.

India, China, and the Indo-Pacific: New Delhi’s recalibration is underway
Jan 05, 2021

India, China, and the Indo-Pacific: New Delhi’s recalibration is underway

Like several other countries in the Indo-Pacific, India is also hardening its policy posture vis-à-vis China.

India, Singapore & Thailand navy exercise is Delhi’s chance to one-up China in Bay of Bengal
Sep 21, 2019

India, Singapore & Thailand navy exercise is Delhi’s chance to one-up China in Bay of Bengal

Countering China may be harder than India imagines. For one thing, regional countries aren’t willing to support any Indian moves to balance China in the Bay.

India, stability, and ‘new world order’ - Global security from New Delhi’s vantage
Mar 19, 2024

India, stability, and ‘new world order’ - Global security from New Delhi’s vantage

India has embarked on a large-scale infrastructure development program, ranging from highways to airports, a critical government-led push to provide the economy a strong base to build upon.

India-EU Summit: Aligning Brussels and New Delhi’s propositions for the Indo-Pacific
May 10, 2021

India-EU Summit: Aligning Brussels and New Delhi’s propositions for the Indo-Pacific

With the announcement of a connectivity partnership based on shared commitment to sustainable development, India and the EU now have the latitude to b

India’s IPEF Play: What New Delhi gets out of it
Jun 14, 2022

India’s IPEF Play: What New Delhi gets out of it

Despite the loopholes in the IPEF framework, nonetheless, it presents New Delhi with a chance to assert its economic importance and influence in th

Infrastructure, institutions and industrialisation: The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and regional development in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh
Aug 21, 2023

Infrastructure, institutions and industrialisation: The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and regional development in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh

The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is one of several infrastructure megaprojects underway in India, intended to boost industrial modernisation and generate manufacturing employment for India’s young, largely unskilled workforce. Field research in DMIC investment sites in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh shows that its implementation is highly uneven across States and regions. The research, along with the literature, suggests that regional ind

Is Beijing seeking a ‘grand bargain’ with New Delhi in the Indian Ocean?
Feb 13, 2020

Is Beijing seeking a ‘grand bargain’ with New Delhi in the Indian Ocean?

In countering India’s efforts to dominate South Asian waters, China may be seeking a grand bargain: allow each side control over their respective littorals – the Bay of Bengal and South China Sea – and the maintenance of respective constabulary presences

Is New Delhi confident of connecting North East with neighbours?
Oct 03, 2013

Is New Delhi confident of connecting North East with neighbours?

Is India confident to connect its North-East with the neighbouring countries like China, Myanmar and Bangladesh. This is one of the questions that came up during a workshop on "Increasing Connectivity of the North East with Peripheral Countries like Bangladesh, Myanmar and China" at the Kolkata chapter of Observer Research Foundation.

Jaishankar reaches out to Delhi’s Indian Ocean Partners
Feb 26, 2021

Jaishankar reaches out to Delhi’s Indian Ocean Partners

Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar paid recent visits to the Maldives and Mauritius.

Kabul, New Delhi’s pushback
Mar 01, 2017

Kabul, New Delhi’s pushback

The Russia-Pak-China Axis in Afghanistan was forced to contend with Afghan-led and owned reconciliation efforts

Khobragade affair: Distrust between New Delhi and Washington?
Dec 23, 2013

Khobragade affair: Distrust between New Delhi and Washington?

The whole Devyani Khobragade affair also points to the distrust between New Delhi and Washington. Something which could have been resolved quietly was allowed to blow out of proportion. And both US and India are to blame for it.

Launching New Delhi-Jakarta bilateral ties anew
Dec 16, 2016

Launching New Delhi-Jakarta bilateral ties anew

New Delhi and Jakarta are now joining hands with a strategic vision to back their bilateral ties after largely ignoring each other even as their strategic interests have been converging rapidly

Making sense of Delhi’s education revolution
Jul 16, 2020

Making sense of Delhi’s education revolution

A sustained higher budgetary allocation to education sector has largely been devoted to meet the needs of core segments mainly the strengthening of ai

Maritime dispute resolved, Delhi and Dhaka should work for turning Bay into economic hub
Jul 16, 2014

Maritime dispute resolved, Delhi and Dhaka should work for turning Bay into economic hub

Resolution of the maritime dispute between India and Bangladesh has opened up a new horizon for cooperation between the two countries. They can now join together to exploit the natural sources in the Bay. Both countries should try to transform the Bay of Bengal region into a major hub for trade and commerce, bringing prosperity to the region.

Master plan for Delhi 2021-2041: Expected scope and challenges
Feb 16, 2021

Master plan for Delhi 2021-2041: Expected scope and challenges

Delhi is expected to record a population in the range of 28-30 million by the year 2041. To meet their requirements and to resolve numerous problems p

Master plan for Delhi – 2041: An opportunity for proposing effective solutions
Oct 29, 2020

Master plan for Delhi – 2041: An opportunity for proposing effective solutions

From 2021, Delhi’s new master plan, for guiding future development during 2021-41, will be applicable. The plan is currently under preparation and i

MCD Elections: A prestige battle in Delhi
Dec 01, 2022

MCD Elections: A prestige battle in Delhi

In a bid to woo voters using detailed manifestoes, all three key parties are geared up for the upcoming MCD elections in Delhi

MHA, smell the coffee; let Delhi Police come under Delhi Govt
Jan 21, 2014

MHA, smell the coffee; let Delhi Police come under Delhi Govt

The historical flaw on who controls Delhi Police has deepened into a crator. Can 80,000 cops remain unaccountable to the representative elected by the people of Delhi?

Mid-summer diplomacy in New Delhi
May 30, 2014

Mid-summer diplomacy in New Delhi

While it may be necessary to keep channels to Pakistan open, so long as the Pakistan military remains the arbiter of Pakistan's destiny, it may be prudent to keep in mind what may be in store for both India and Afghanistan.

Name games Beijing plays with New Delhi
Apr 09, 2024

Name games Beijing plays with New Delhi

Timing chosen by China to resuscitate the boundary dispute is important. It hopes that the border row may find resonance in the public debate before the polls

Nepal: Generate consensus, hold polls, says Delhi
Aug 09, 2013

Nepal: Generate consensus, hold polls, says Delhi

India has been unequivocally telling all the senior leaders of Nepal who visited New Delhi since April this year that they should work together for the long-term peace, stability and development of the country.

New Delhi and Canberra should join forces against Beijing’s aims
Aug 12, 2020

New Delhi and Canberra should join forces against Beijing’s aims

India and Australia could align strategic efforts to foil China’s attempts at throwing its weight around the eastern hemisphere

New Delhi and Islamabad: In search of new friends?
Nov 20, 2012

New Delhi and Islamabad: In search of new friends?

Like Moscow and New Delhi, Riyadh and Islamabad are old allies. There are numerous issues which will ensure that closeness between New Delhi and Riyadh will not cause bilateral ties to spiral downward. If Riyadh gives up on Islamabad, the latter will move closer to Tehran, something the Saudis want to avoid.

New Delhi doesn't seem committed to its own Act East policy
Nov 09, 2015

New Delhi doesn't seem committed to its own Act East policy

The Vietnamese are carefully balancing their ties. At one level they maintain healthy party-to-party ties with China and seek to boost trade and investment from China. On the other, they want to build better ties with the US, Japan and India to offset the Chinese.

New Delhi has to be prepared for new Pakistan-based jihadi threats
Sep 26, 2014

New Delhi has to be prepared for new Pakistan-based jihadi threats

The threat to India and Indian interests will still come from Pakistan-based terrorist forces. The name of the terrorist regiment or the colour of its uniform is not important. Conceivably, the first test for the Modi government will be in Afghanistan.

New Delhi is walking into the China trap
Mar 12, 2018

New Delhi is walking into the China trap

Pandering to Chinese concerns, real and imagined, won’t result in any sort of stabilization of Sino-Indian relations

New Delhi Recalibrates its Latin American Policy
Sep 01, 2022

New Delhi Recalibrates its Latin American Policy

New Delhi can and should view Latin America as one region, to develop a foreign policy that caters specifically to the region—one that is anchored i