Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Surbhi Moudgil

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When not writing on international politics, Surbhi loves to take long trips on her bike. She is a movie buff with an excellent taste in music.

Is third intifada capable of resolving the Palestine conflict?

The Levant (meaning "rising", implying the rising of the sun in the east) nations - Syria, Palestine, Israel - broadly equivalent to the Arabic term Mashriq,...

India-North Korea ties to counter Pak-China equation

Presenting a surprise element to India's foreign policy, the country hosted Foreign Minister of North Korea early this year. This exceptional foreign visit by a political leader...

Open or closed diplomacy: Does it matter if Indo-Pak relations improve

The National Security Advisers (NSAs) of India and Pakistan held an undisclosed meeting in Bangkok on Sunday. A range of discussions took place according...

Reforms in corrupt PLA can affect Indian Army

Corruption is a gambit so large that it can and does encompass every or any country irrespective of them being democratic or communist. China's...

Centre-State relations and inclusive governance

The concept of Centre-State relations is an assessment of the federal structure of government. The federal structure is designed for governments which have divided...

Indian Navy Day: Strategic, technological prowess key for Navy

The need of a professional defence mechanism has been, and will remain, of prime importance in managing organised and unorganised violence, which is further...

Learning Disability: Things we need to know

Does India understand the concept of disability, or more so, the specific types? The concept of disability differs from society to society. Although, India...

Russia accuses Turkey of shooting down jet to defend ISIS oil supply

New Delhi: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday accused Ankara of shooting down a Russian warplane to safeguard oil supplies from the Islamic State...

Geostrategic loss of India in the age of global warming

In the wake of global warming, Arctic Ocean could be foreseen free of ice during summertime, says a study published in the journal Nature...

Six major ancient sites destroyed by ISIS

The Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, are on an iconoclastic demolition mode in various areas under their control with a specific focus...

The Callous Indian marks seven years of Mumbai terror attacks

We all live in a time whenever, irrespective of the day, you either pick up a newspaper or switch on the TV, it is...

In absence of magic wand, humanity needs to think on crises like Syria

As resilient as Russia and France sound the reality is undeniable that they are killing civilians in their revengeful attacks on Syria. “An eye...

Food inflation to impact RBI rate review

New Delhi: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is looking to cover wider effects of an increase in food prices as Governor Raghuram Rajan showed...

When secularism meets pseudo in India, you can’t tell

Probably, the most maltreated word by India political parties is ‘secularism’. There is no political party that doesn’t call itself secular, though, in retrospect,...

Internet penetration can change Indian rural landscape

The future of India lies in its villages, the famous quote by Mahatma Gandhi is the reality of India today and we are not...

Pakistan, China play catch and throw with POK

A dog bone between India and Pakistan- Kashmir seems to be nothing more than that for the neighbouring country. This Himalayan state is constantly...

Cynicism about ‘selective compassion’ in times of crises

Being a cynic may be easy, but one needs to comprehend the collective contribution of small steps in bringing a larger chance in perspective....

Paris attacks: Resilience must defeat despair

Nowadays you would stumble upon the word ‘terrorism’ more often than your conscious mind can recall. Today's Paris attacks, where people were targeted, shot...

Madhesi crisis: India needs to buckle up to maintain significance in Nepal

New Delhi: Nepal, a country landlocked between the two Asian giants – India and China- is forced into an economic blockage due to the...

Grassroots penetration of schemes important for public welfare

Government policies, schemes and initiatives in India have a very poor image in society due to the high corruption, bad quality and low awareness,...

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