Articles and Commentaries

Draft Education Policy 2019

Mandukya Upanishad says, 'Sa Vidya YaVimuktaye', knowledge is that which liberates. This oft repeated line in the conferences on education is at present absent from our education system. The last commission on education whose recommendations were accepted was in1986 (modified further in 1992), while we have moved from the age of steam engine to bullet…
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Indo-US Ties at a Time of Global Fluidity

Indian foreign policy is in a sweet spot these days. Wooed by major powers of all hues, it can afford to work with everyone, even if at times the pulls and pressures seem contradictory. This was even reflected at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires in December 2018 where New Delhi managed to pull off…
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Russia: A Key Pillar of India’s Foreign Policy

The long standing partnership, which New Delhi and Moscow have enjoyed since diplomatic relations were established in April 1947 have seen many ups and downs. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Indo-Russian relations have gone through some rough patches, with the relationship notably weakening during the 1990s. It is of significance however, that at…
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