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Over 50 years ago, the Indian rupee was a currency of overseas trade besides being the local currency for the Gulf nations and many regions of the Indian Ocean. It fell into a retreat for many reasons. With the Indian economy slated to strengthen 2019 onwards, this is the right time to speed up the rupee’s full capital account convertibility
In his speech on, ‘New India at 2022’ – Rajiv Kumar, who has just returned from China after a meeting of the Niti Aayog with China's National Development and Reform Commission, says India is at the cusp of sustained, high, inclusive growth because of much greater formalisation of economic activity in the country today
Since 2017, the Punjab government has been cracking down on drug networks. The campaign has so far targeted small-time drug peddlers, but deep smuggling networks that cross international as well as state borders remain intact, posing a major national security threat
"The current Sri Lankan government has said that it will not permit military use of the facility, but that could change," said Amit Bhandari, an analyst at Mumbai-based Gateway House. "Ninety-nine years is a long time after all."
Distinguished Fellow for Foreign Policy Studies, Amb. Rajiv Bhatia, joined Sachin Chaturvedi and Shakti Sinha on Lok Sabha TV’s ‘Global Review’ to discuss the rebranding of Saudi Arabia and the emergence of blue economy as an important topic in economic Read more
Manjeet Kripalani, co-founder and Executive Director, Gateway House, was interviewed by SBS Radio Hindi (Australia) to discuss possible reasons behind Mumbai being named the world's most lucrative city for expats.
Akshay Mathur discusses U.S.-China trade relations and the potential impact on India's economy, on BTVi.
Democracy seemed to have won the day. Yet, recent global events raise questions about the future of democracy under the threat of populism, caudillism, and dynastic rule as well as authoritarianism
Sameer Patil, Director, Centre for International Security and Fellow, National Security Studies, Gateway House, was quoted in an article published by The New York Times.