The August attack in Kabul and the now public disclosure of the death of Taliban leader Mullah Omar has caused Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to shift in outlook towards Pakistan. The "Pakistan-led" peace process is now tumbling like a house of cards backed implicitly by the United States.
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The Royal Indian Naval uprising of 1946 in Bombay was a catalyst that hastened the countdown to India’s Independence on 15 August, 1947.
As India celebrates its Independence Day, security situation on eastern borders is gradually moving towards stability with experiments in peace making focused on resolving insurgencies and border management. These experiments coupled with the sub-regional economic initiatives potentially put eastern region on the path of prosperity.
It is time for India to become autonomous on the energy front, even though it is, and will remain, a large importer of petroleum and coal. A combined strategy of diversification by using other forms of energy, and acquisition by buying oil fields, can help India reach this goal
After losing power in January, Mahinda Rajapaksa, former president of Sri Lanka, is trying to re-enter politics by contesting for the prime minister’s seat in the elections on August 17. If he wins, it could destabilise Sri Lanka’s politics and impact relations with India, which had been hit under Rajapaksa’s rule. The future scenario will become clearer by next week.
The oil-rich GCC countries are starting to show signs of financial stress maintaining high defense and social spending while the price of oil remains low
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's outreach to the influential Indian diaspora in Silicon Valley in September should be centered on creating an Indian ecosystem for tech start-ups
The U.S. and India share a long-standing relationship. These facts and figures highlights the complexities as well as the potential of the relationship
The following is an excerpt from the book 'India-U.S:$1 trillion by 2030' by Nish Acharya, Visiting Fellow at Gateway House
Dev Lewis, digital media and content coordinator, Gateway House, speaks to Nish Acharya, Visiting Fellow, U.S.-India Studies, Gateway House, on how the U.S.-India partnership can reach $1 trillion by 2030