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Jul 23, 2018
Narendra Modi may have won no-confidence motion, but Rahul Gandhi's hug ensured PM lost his narrativeNarendra Modi visibly lost his well-scripted body language when Rahul Gandhi went to his seat to hug him in Parliament on Friday
Jun 11, 2017
Three years of Narendra Modi govt: 'Power drunk' Centre has nothing to celebrate, says Anand SharmaCongress leader Anand Sharma on Sunday accused the Narendra Modi dispensation of making "boastful claims" about development and its achievements, saying the "arrogant and power drunk" government has nothing to celebrate in the three-year rule.
Oct 18, 2016
Brics a damp squib: Narendra Modi govt should check its obsession with PakistanThe Brics summit and the overlapping Bimstec outreach meet of regional powers in Goa over the weekend were hyped up beyond expectation to deliver unrealistic results.
Sep 16, 2016
Balochistan will be a long-term brahmastra, not just a strategic deterrent, signals IndiaIndia's ramping up of diplomatic pressure on Pakistan over Balochistan and calibrated escalation of support for Baloch freedom struggle point to New Delhi's growing confidence and a new steel in its foreign policy.
Dec 21, 2015
Growing India-US relations: New Delhi's defence doctrine must match its muscular foreign policyThe outcome of Indian defence minister Manohar Parrikar's recent visit to the US to meet with his counterpart Ashton Carter has met with approval from all corners
Mar 24, 2014
How India's foreign policy may change if Modi is PMif Modi does become PM, the above question assumes importance as Modi is a strong man and he can be expected to bring about massive changes in all important arenas, though foreign policy is a different ball game.
Jan 03, 2014
PM's press meet: foreign policy takes a back seat before Lok Sabha pollsPrime Minister Manmohan Singh’s press conference on Friday serves as a possible indicator of issues that would likely dominate or be on the back burner in the upcoming general elections due to be completed before May. One indication is that foreign policy is taking back seat as India inches closer to general elections.
Nov 05, 2013
India doesn't truly follow Mahatma Gandhi: Jaswant SinghIndia's foreign policy is "trapped" between the four lines outlining its boundary with neighbours and there is need to find an answer to this strategic confinement, says former external affairs minister Jaswant Singh.