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Let’s ‘Make in India’
by Sanjay Chowdhary
What do we want to make? Whom do we want to make it for? In China, these questions were answered several decades back. Apart from their own need of consumption, they wanted to make for the world. Read On

Killing of Rationalists
by Proloy Bagchi
Gauri Lankesh’s killing has created a great stir in the media. Somebody has described the killing as the “Sword” winning over the “Pen”. From what appears on the surface it might seem true that an array of free-thinkers, including Lankesh, have been killed by unknown assailants, ... Read On

Is there a Life after Death?
by Jaipal Singh
For centuries, an enigmatic and metaphysical question if there is life after death, has baffled philosophers, scientists and common people. All of us experience at one time or other in our surrounding how the death brings a radical change in the body. Read On

India and Chinese Bid for Hegemony
Doklam was Just a Precursor

by H.N. Bali
In the year 1950, two momentous events shook Asia and the world. One was the Chinese invasion of Tibet, and the other, the Chinese intervention in the Korean War. The first was on India’s borders, the other, far away in the Korean Peninsula where India had, and still has, little at stake. Read On

Dokhlam – India Stands Up to China
by Naagesh Padmanaban
The Dokhlam standoff between China and India in the remote mountain heights of Bhutan had been under media attention for several weeks. It threatened to escalate into a full scale war between the two Asian giants. Read On

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