Shashi Tharoor’s latest book originated in a debate at Oxford on whether Britain should pay reparations to its erstwhile colonies. The YouTube clip of Tharoor systematically demolishing the opposition, his brilliance evident in the thrust and parry of debate, has been watched by more than three million viewers. 1,502 more words
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When Shashi Tharoor, a charismatic career Indian diplomat, lost in the election for the post of UN secretary general a decade ago, people in India quickly laid the blame on China and regarded it as China’s scheme to hold down India. 355 more words
Ashley Tellis’ piece in MINT on India’s options with Pakistan. He points to the United States’ failure to rein in Pakistan.
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Supporting insurgencies within Pakistan, engaging in economic warfare, pursuing focused retaliation to punish Rawalpindi, or threatening major military action to induce external pressure on Pakistan then remain the only means left for neutralizing Pakistani terrorism.
FTFI proudly shares that we have facilitated and participated in the CivilBRICS Forum 2016 Trade Fair held at India Habitat Centre from 03rd-04th October, 2016. The fair was inaugurated by the Chairman of Parliamentary Standing Committee on External Affairs Sh. 163 more words