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7 November 2014

A multilateral test for Modi

After bilateral meetings, the thrust for Prime Minister Modi will now change with various multilateral summits coming up, starting with India-ASEAN and the East Asia Summit next week. These are opportunities to expand India’s regional position and economic links, and address issues such as terrorism and a rising China

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7 November 2014

BRICS headquarters in Mumbai

Globally, metropolitan cities are becoming powerful centres that sustain entire countries. In the case of Mumbai, the government can work backwards by stitching the infrastructure and governance together. The tried-and-tested technique is to host an international institution or event. Gateway House argues that Mumbai is most appropriate to be home to the headquarters of BRICS

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6 November 2014

Villagers bear brunt of Kashmir shelling

Neelam Deo, Director, Gateway House wrote an article on the cross-border issues between India and Pakistan causing the villagers in Kashmir to suffer. This article was republished by Al - Jazeera.

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6 November 2014

India needs an anti-tapering strategy – Analysis

Rajrishi Singhal is Senior Geoeconomics Fellow, Gateway House. He has been an Executive Editor, The Economic Times, and served as Head, Policy and Research, at a private sector bank. His article has been republished by Eurasia Review

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6 November 2014

India needs an anti-tapering strategy

Rajrishi Singhal is Senior Geoeconomics Fellow, Gateway House. He has been an Executive Editor, The Economic Times, and served as Head, Policy and Research, at a private sector bank. His article has been republished by The Political Indian.