Fragile Ties~III

In his bid to move forward, he took note of India’s declaration of a moratorium on further tests and New Delhi’s readiness to begin discussions on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). N

Rethinking Unicorns

A shift is palpable in Silicon Valley, where unicorns once roamed freely. It speaks volumes about the resilience and adaptability of the tech ecosystem.

Market Optimism

In the realm of financial markets, the echoes of a golden age are fading, leaving investors pondering the sustainability of recent euphoria.

Is the US overestimating the threat from Beijing?

Half of all Americans responding to a mid-2023 survey from the Pew Research Center cited China as the biggest risk to the U.S., with Russia trailing in second with 17 per cent. Other surveys, such as from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, show similar findings.

Bridging gaps

India stands at a crossroad, where economic prosperity clashes with political identity.

NGOs in dock

In the vast tapestry of India’s diverse social landscape, a series of threads are being pulled, threatening to unravel the intricate fabric of its civil society.

Fragile Ties~II

India-Canada co-operation for peaceful uses of nuclear energy began in the 1950s, when Canada agreed to build a 40 MW Research Reactor for India, known as the CIRUS reactor, in 1955. India promised that both the reactor and the related fissile materials would be used only for peaceful purposes.

Fragile ties~I

Relations between India and Canada had reached their nadir during September-October, 2023 after the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had publicly implicated India in the killing of Khalistani separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June 2023 outside a Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia.

Nuclear Warning

As the Ukraine crisis deepens, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s explicit nuclear warning has sent shockwaves through the global geopolitical landscape.