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31 January 2014

Time we pushed Asean pact on services

The Hindu BusinessLine published an article by Rajrishi Singhal, Senior Geoeconomics Fellow at Gateway House on the urgent need to push for an Asean pact on trade in services and investment

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24 January 2014

Jagriti Yatra: Building India through enterprise

Rediff.com published an article by Rajni Bakshi, Senior Gandhi Peace Fellow at Gateway House, on the Jagriti Yatra, a program that brings together people from different walks of life who are keen to be a part of nation building.

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23 January 2014

Film review: Frontier Gandhi’s Legacy

The Ministry of External Affairs republished Gateway House's Rajni Bakshi's review of the film 'The Frontier Gandhi: Badshah Khan’. In the article, she says Badshah Khan drew on his spiritual Islamic moorings to show that non-violence could be a political weapon as well as a way of life

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18 January 2014

Controlling Cyberspace

The Indian economist republished an article by Gateway House's Dev Lewis looking at how the rights of internet users worldwide is under threat from watchful states

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7 January 2014

2014: India’s foreign policy priorities

Euro-BRICS, a news and analysis website republished Gateway House's article on India's foreign policy priorities for 2014. Gateway House argues that India must operate within its capabilities but without compromising on domestic problems

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3 January 2014

Not the next Stuxnet victim

Sameer Patil, Associate Fellow, Gateway House writes in The Pioneer that given the hostile regional environment India should looks at ways to protect itself from increasing cyber attacks.

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3 January 2014

Need, Help

Gateway House co-Founder and Director Neelam Deo speaks to Outlook on the Devyani Khobragade controversy. She says it is time both India and the U.S. moved to resolve the matter without resorting to more hype