Chandni Jindal

Researcher, Gateway House

Chandni Jindal is a Researcher at Gateway House. She holds an MSc in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. She graduated from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai in 2015 with a BA in Economics. Previously, she has interned with the Debt and Capital Markets Department of Standard Chartered Bank in Mumbai.

Recent projects

Gateway House's research on Chinese investments in India's Neighbourhood. Researched by Amit Bhandari and Chandni Jindal. Courtesy: Gateway House
12 March 2018 Gateway House

Chinese Investments in India’s Neighbourhood

India and the world have watched China’s growing investment in Asia and beyond with a mix of awe and apprehension. The unprecedented scale of these investments are reshaping political arrangements around South Asia.
Gateway House's research map on Chinese investments in Nepal. Researched by Amit Bhandari and Chandni Jindal. Courtesy: Gateway House
7 February 2018 Gateway House

Nepal: Exploiting The Elite

Nepal has historically enjoyed close economic ties with India. An open border and the large number of Nepalis in the Indian army testify to the two countries’ economic and social proximity. But as with other countries in India’s neighbourhood, Chinese investment is leading Nepal to tilt towards China.
Gateway House's research map on Chinese investments in Pakistan. Researched by Amit Bhandari and Chandni Jindal. Courtesy: Gateway House
30 November 2017 Gateway House

Pakistan: A Reckless Mortgage

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a strategic play by China disguised as an economic corridor. It may bring some economic benefits to Pakistan in the short run, but will almost certainly cost the country – and India – a big political price in the long run
GH_GeoeconomicPushback Courtesy: Gateway House
10 August 2017 Gateway House

Geoeconomic pushback to China

The Indian government may block the acquisition of Gland Pharma by Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceuticals, a move that offers further confirmation of how China’s opaque business model is causing concern worldwide. This infographic shows some high-profile cases of acquisitions by Chinese companies that ran into local opposition