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Bangladesh-India: Teesta Agreement- Revisited

Paper No. 5722                                     Dated  10-Jun-2014
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
The Teesta River:
The Teesta is the fourth major river after the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna in the eastern region.
It originates in Sikkim and after traversing 172 Km in the hilly region, runs for 97 Km in the plains of India and 124 Km in Bangladesh.

India’s ‘China Policy’ Formulations- Imperatives of Pragmatism and ‘Realpolitik’

Paper No. 5721                                         Dated 09-Jun-2014

By Dr. Subhash Kapila

India’s ‘China Policy’ formulations call for imperatives of hard-nosed pragmatism and ‘realpolitik’ and not be carried away by misplaced Indian euphoria generated by China’s rhetoric attending Chinese Foreign Minister’s ongoing visit to India.

Strategic Challenges Facing Prime Minister Modi

Paper No. 5718                                          Dated 06-Jun-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

India’s 15th Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi has proved that he can be unorthodox and capable of imagination. By inviting all the heads of governments/ nations of the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) for his prime ministerial inauguration, Mr. Modi signaled India’s efforts to take all its neighbours together.

CHANGE OF GOVERNMENT IN DELHI- Failure of Vote Bank Politics?

Paper No. 5717                                         Dated 05-Jun-2014

By R. Upahyay

Collapse of Islamic Empire and partition of Indian sub-continent are the two eventful chapters of the post-Mogul history of India. 

Roadmap of Modi Government in India-View from Nepal

Paper No. 5713                                       Dated 02-Jun-2014

Guest Column by Hari Bansh Jha

Immediately after swearing as 15th Prime Minister of India at the Rastrapati Bhawan in New Delhi, Narendra Modi gave very important message to the nation. He said that the new government under him had the mandate for "development" and "good governance" and he would focus on scripting a glorious future for India.

India’s Next Cabinet Committee on Security-Credentials Imperatives

Paper No. 5704                                       Dated 20-May-2014

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s national security management and directions suffered extensively in the period 2004 to 2014 due to its ineffective Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) with limited strategic vision, limited national security expertise, and insensitivity to India’s threat perceptions.

Pakistan’s Water Woes and India Bashing:

Paper No. 5689                      Dated 25-Apr-2014

Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

A month ago, one of the water experts in Pakistan warned that the "most dreaded water scarcity ever" has at last hit the country. The warning came not too soon and the surprise if any is that the warning has come too late.


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