India is in the news more than ever now. With its more dangerous new face and extremists’ ideology of Hindutva, it is no safer for domestic people and international travellers alike.
Conceiving of a new grand strategy must inevitably begin by rejecting the geopolitical concepts, the aggrandising impulses, and the prejudices that were inherited from the British Raj.
The International Human Rights Day (December 10) has passed and the controversial "India Citizenship Bill" has also been passed by the Indian Rajya Sabha (Council of States/Senate).
“Wherever men and women are persecuted because of their race, religion, or political views, that place must — at that moment — become the center of the universe.”
― Elie Wiesel
Saffron government of India under Modi’s reign of terror has unilaterally revoked article 370 -pertaining to the special status of Kashmir- of Indian constitution in an attempt to silence the hue and cry of Kashmiris and their opposition against
Rooted in the implications of post partition subcontinent, different stakeholders have presented their possible solutions to find a way out of the impasse of Kashmir conflict.
The Führerprinzip under Modi has worsened the domestic political landscape of India. The democratic forces of the world's largest economy are being under siege by the ultraconservative nationalist.
Ever since coming to power in 2014, Modi lead BJP government has inadvertently disrupted the regional geopolitical defense and economic relationships.