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ICT Adoption and Productivity Gains in Indian Manufacturing
Jul 28, 2023

ICT Adoption and Productivity Gains in Indian Manufacturing

Adoption of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can affect the performance of firms in a variety of ways, including faster processing of information and products, the facilitation of changes in business practices and improved internal organisation and management. Indeed, much of the recent research on developed countries in this area has emphasised less the adoption decision per se than what adoption facilitates. In particular, ICT is

ICT and education in India: Gains and gaps
Jan 24, 2024

ICT and education in India: Gains and gaps

The NEP 2020 can help ensure that a holistic approach towards the integration of technology with different functional requirements of the sector is un

#Balochistan Conflict: बलूचिस्तान की आग में झुलस जाएगा पाकिस्तान
Jul 30, 2023

#Balochistan Conflict: बलूचिस्तान की आग में झुलस जाएगा पाकिस्तान

पहले बलूच मिलिटेंट टारगेटेड किलिंग करते थे, लेकिन अब सुसाइड बॉम्बिंग हो रही है और मिलिट्री कैंप पर हमले हो रहे हैं.

#Balochistan Conflict: बलूचिस्तान की आग में झुलस जाएगा पाकिस्तान
Feb 10, 2022

#Balochistan Conflict: बलूचिस्तान की आग में झुलस जाएगा पाकिस्तान

पहले बलूच मिलिटेंट टारगेटेड किलिंग करते थे, लेकिन अब सुस�

'Dichotomous' economic picture under 'Modicare', says expert
Sep 21, 2016

'Dichotomous' economic picture under 'Modicare', says expert

For a mid-term review under 'Modicare', it is hard to paint a concrete macroeconomic picture.

1960 claim line contradicts Beijing's assertion that 'Galwan is Chinese'
Jun 30, 2020

1960 claim line contradicts Beijing's assertion that 'Galwan is Chinese'

Sixty years ago, China provided India with actual map coordinates which delimited its claim line in eastern Ladakh. And the claim line shows the Chinese side is today trying to encroach westward, further into India.

70 Policies — Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969
Aug 06, 2018

70 Policies — Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969

A five-decade-old issue — concentration of economic power, dominance in the hands of the few and the resultant inequalities — remains alive even t

A balance of forces: The very meaning of ‘victory’ and ‘defeat’ in a war has changed. Ask the Americans
Feb 01, 2020

A balance of forces: The very meaning of ‘victory’ and ‘defeat’ in a war has changed. Ask the Americans

Even short of nuclear war, it is open to debate if India, the preponderant South Asian military power, has the capacity to beat Pakistan at this juncture.

A fragmented picture of the new world order
Aug 16, 2018

A fragmented picture of the new world order

It’s too soon to say whether the Indo-Pacific will remain a lasting picture of 21st-century geopolitics.

Aarogya Setu App and its many conflicts
Jun 06, 2020

Aarogya Setu App and its many conflicts

As India still does not have a Personal Data Protection law in place, it would be unwise to expand the scope of Aarogya Setu far beyond its original p

Active in conflict, disinterested in peace: Foreign powers delay truce in Libya
Jan 18, 2020

Active in conflict, disinterested in peace: Foreign powers delay truce in Libya

While intervening powers, except Turkey, eschewed sending combat troops to Libya till now, they have nevertheless used proxies, i.e., militias and mer

Adding insult to injury: Archaic medical examination of rape victims
Nov 10, 2022

Adding insult to injury: Archaic medical examination of rape victims

The existing rape adjudication and legal system needs an overhaul to ensure that proper medical care is provided to rape victims

Africa: Climate change, water stress, droughts, and conflict
Mar 21, 2024

Africa: Climate change, water stress, droughts, and conflict

Unless adequate measures are taken in Africa, the continent will remain caught in the deadly web of water stress, hunger, and poverty

After Nasheed's conviction, Maldives at cross-roads again?
Mar 18, 2015

After Nasheed's conviction, Maldives at cross-roads again?

After the court sentencing of former Maldives President Nasheed, India has expressed 'deep concern over the developments' and said that it was watching the situation. Yet, it may not be the best of time for Nasheed?s supporters in Maldives and sympathisers in India.

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions
Apr 08, 2024

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

China has criticized the latest round of new rules by saying that it will “disrupt the international semiconductor market as well as cooperation among enterprises.”

AICTE LITE NEP 2020 EdTech classrooms: Early outcomes highlight the need for mindset change
May 31, 2023

AICTE LITE NEP 2020 EdTech classrooms: Early outcomes highlight the need for mindset change

Nationwide implementation of LITE in NEP’s letter and spirit cannot be completed without proper and fool-proof preparation

AICTE LITE NEP EdTech : मानसिकता बदलाची गरज
Jun 02, 2023

AICTE LITE NEP EdTech : मानसिकता बदलाची गरज

NEP च्या पत्र आणि भावनानुसार LITE ची राष्ट्रव्यापी अंमलबजावणी योग्य आणि निर्दोष तयारीशिवाय पूर्ण होऊ शकत नाही.

AICTE LITE: A promising government-led industry-academia partnership
Dec 09, 2022

AICTE LITE: A promising government-led industry-academia partnership

The recently launched government-led AICTE (LITE) programme supports the professional development of teachers in engineering education

Amid Russia-Ukraine Conflict, Advantage China in Central Asia
Nov 23, 2023

Amid Russia-Ukraine Conflict, Advantage China in Central Asia

The Central Asian Republics (CARs) have, in recent years, implemented multifaceted foreign policies to achieve strategic autonomy and limit China’s influence and Russia's traditional sway. But domestic uprisings in the CARs, the Taliban's resurgence in Afghanistan, and now the Russia-Ukraine conflict have given China new opportunities to strengthen its presence in Central Asia. This brief investigates China's increased engagement with the CARs

Between a rock and a hard place: African position on the Russia–Ukraine conflict
Mar 11, 2022

Between a rock and a hard place: African position on the Russia–Ukraine conflict

Equivocal sentiments emanate from African countries on their stance on voting for the UN resolution demanding withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukrai

Between Democracy and Dictators: South Asia’s response to the Pakistani crisis
May 22, 2023

Between Democracy and Dictators: South Asia’s response to the Pakistani crisis

The public in South Asian countries have reacted variedly to the developments taking place in Pakistan

Beyond the ‘Lethal’ in lethal autonomous weapons: Applications of LAWS in theatres of conflict for middle powers
Dec 21, 2018

Beyond the ‘Lethal’ in lethal autonomous weapons: Applications of LAWS in theatres of conflict for middle powers

Even as Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS) promise to revolutionise the battlefield, very little analysis moves beyond the great powers to examine the interests that middle powers may have in these systems. Shaped by their own geostrategic contexts, demographic issues and geography challenges, countries like India, South Korea, Indonesia or the Philippines may find utility in LAWS for improving the efficiency of their forces, reducing both

Bhullar case verdict and after
Apr 26, 2013

Bhullar case verdict and after

In the 'Bhullar case', the Supreme Court could now be construed to have applied the 'reasonable restriction' theory in the larger application of Article 14 of the Constitution, promising 'equality before law and the equal protection of the laws'.

Biden's dilemma: Navigating political support amidst global conflict
Feb 13, 2024

Biden's dilemma: Navigating political support amidst global conflict

The Biden administration is torn between maintaining domestic political support and standing by key allies amidst the Russia-Ukraine conflict and Isra

Bilateral needs should dictate IOR neighbourhood policy, says ex-diplomat
May 05, 2015

Bilateral needs should dictate IOR neighbourhood policy, says ex-diplomat

Former Secretary (West) in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Mr. M Ganapathi, has emphasised the importance of the Indian Ocean in global developments in the 21st Century and the importance now given to the region by the government.

BRICS was no victory for India: Why China won't break ties with Pakistan
Sep 11, 2017

BRICS was no victory for India: Why China won't break ties with Pakistan

The challenge is to enable Islamabad to make a soft-landing rather than a crash that can have unpredictable consequences.

Broadening the notion of ‘peace’ in conflict ridden Kashmir
Jul 30, 2019

Broadening the notion of ‘peace’ in conflict ridden Kashmir

With over 415,000 Kashmiri civilians meeting the diagnostic criteria for a major depressive disorder, interventions aimed at improving mental health i

Can—will—European countries avoid being dragged into a conflict in Taiwan?
Mar 04, 2023

Can—will—European countries avoid being dragged into a conflict in Taiwan?

Key strategic changes over the past few years increase the likelihood of the EU being dragged into a military conflict in the Taiwan Strait

Caught in the crossfire of cyber conflict
Sep 26, 2022

Caught in the crossfire of cyber conflict

The recent cyberattack on Albania by Iran highlights the intensification of conflict within cyberspace.