Narendra Modi

Modi’s whirlwind diplomacy and why his 41st foreign trip matters

Ashraf-Ghani

A month after he inaugurated the Chabahar Port in Iran, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is off to another whirlwind foreign tour, his 41st since taking office in May 2014. Starting today, where the Prime Minister’s day includes breakfast in Delhi, lunch in Herat and dinner in Doha, he will be visiting 5 countries in 6 […..]

The importance of PM Modi’s 41st foriegn trip

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Decoding the Gulbarg society verdict from 2002 riots

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5 reasons why Subramanian Swamy is wrong about Raghuram Rajan

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures to Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan at an event on financial inclusion in Mumbai

So the prime minister is “proud” of Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan and it is “more likely” that his 3-year term will be renewed when it expires in September: if the high-level source who briefed Reuters for its interestingly timed story titled “Raghuram Rajan wins over PM trust despite broad mistrust” is correct. […..]

New Indian GDP numbers and what they mean

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Indus Valley civilisation older than Egypt?

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Modi sarkar@2: surveying its hits and misses

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