In the aftermath of the Mumbai attacks, the Pakstani deep state role was highlighted. The U.S. has come to realise this reality too. Bilateral information sharing could prove to be vital to combat terrorism - both regionally and globally.
Amidst the ongoing blame game between India and Pakistan, Masood Hasan, a Lahore-based columnist, explores the complex range of Pakistani reactions to 26/11 – from denial to defensiveness to even apathy, and the ramifications of this tenebrous environment.
Outlook India writes on foreign policy think tanks in the U.S. and India, and also surveys the new players in the field, such as Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations.
Last May, U.S. citizen David Headley confessed to being a spy for the Lashkar-e-Taiba. What no one has tackled yet is whether there are other Headleys out there whose actions threaten India, or any other country. Even with thousands of intelligence agencies scouting for terrorist activities, are we really safer?
Reuters interviews K.N. Vaidyanathan - former Executive Director of the Securities and Exchange Board and current Gateway House's Senior Geoeconomics Fellow.
Amendments in India's Industrial Policy has brought reduction in the number of industries reserved for public sector. The policy focuses on deregulating the Indian industry and providing it with more freedom and flexibility and facilitating growth within the country’s industry.
Reuters interviews K.N. Vaidyanathan - former Executive Director of the Securities and Exchange Board and current Geoeconomics Senior Fellow at Gateway House.
Gateway House Fellow Rajni Bakshi was quoted in an article by Livemint.com.
Reuters interviews K.N. Vaidyanathan, former Executive Director of the Securities and Exchange Board, and now Gateway House's Senior Geoeconomics Fellow.
Rajni Bakshi, Gateway House Fellow, was quoted by India Today.