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Pakistan needs to rethink its drug strategy, and fast

In an increasingly globalized world, the illicit drug market continues to flourish, casting long, dark shadows over nations worldwide.

China’s covert influence on the Khalistan extremist movement

In a digital age where the battle for hearts and minds is waged as fiercely online as it is in the streets, revelations about China’s covert operations on social media are deeply unsettling.

How India-backed Chabahar Port can transform Afghanistan

In a significant move this month, India and Iran inked a landmark 10-year pact, inclusive of a renewable clause, for the continued development of the Chabahar Port.

Changing Craft of Political Campaigns in India: Medium As the Message

Both politics and communication are as old as human existence. From cave paintings to smart phones, the medium has evolved and so also the art of messaging. Much before mobiles with the internet became ubiquitous, Marshall McLuhan came up with his famous ‘Medium is the Message’ dictum, meaning it is the medium rather than content which defines the way we experience the world.

Double standards: Unmasking western media’s bias against India

The recent slew of reports by American media outlets, notably the Washington Post and The Guardian, concerning alleged actions of the Indian government, has underscored a troubling trend in international journalism. With an “exclusive” report on an assassination plot on American soil purportedly linked to India during its national elections, questions arise not just about the timing of such revelations but also about the inherent biases they may reflect.

International Interference in India's domestic politics

India, the largest democracy in the world, is going through its 18th national election.

Unmasking bias: India’s rejection of US human rights report

India strongly rejected the United States State Department report titled "2023 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: India."

Forging global security: Insights from India-Russia dialogue and SCO Meeting

Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval conducted a series of bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the XII International Meeting of High Ranking Officials Responsible for Security Matters in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Burgeoning India-US trade synergy and collaboration with global vision

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is leading a trade mission to New Delhi, India from April 22-25, 2024.

CAA- A boon for persecuted religious minorities in Indian neighbouring states

On March 11, 2023, India’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) notified the Citizenship Amendment Rules, 2024.

India’s ambitious semiconductor manufacturing plan

Just as the Government of India has prioritised the construction of roads to connect the country, it has embarked on an ambitious plan to make India self-sufficient in the production of semiconductor chips.

Another two extremist Pakistanis charged in a Dutch court for calls to murder far-right leader Geert Wilders

Reuters reported on 28 February that a Dutch court had said that it had charged two Pakistani nationals over public calls for the murder of far-right anti-Muslim leader Geert Wilders, who aims to lead a new government after his party won the Dutch general elections in November last year.

India's economic soar: A decade of unparalleled growth beyond expectations

India's economy is surging ahead of the pack, according to Krishnamurthy Subramanian, the Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Pakistan elections: A split verdict despite accusations of mass rigging has made the military establishment more vulnerable

Pakistan’s delayed general elections that were held on 8 February have thrown up more questions than they have answered, and alarmingly for the country’s all-powerful military, most of the difficult questions are yet again directed pointedly towards it.

India’s brilliance: Pioneering the AI revolution

In a world rapidly reshaped by Artificial Intelligence (AI), a new narrative is taking shape, one that places Indian talent at the forefront of this transformative era. With a fusion of youthful dynamism, innovative spirit, and global leadership, India is not just participating in the AI revolution; it’s poised to lead it.