Laws higher than sutras

India, June 20 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping is travelling a lot these days; he went to Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) meet, then he is visiting North Korea and... Read More

Wanted: Historian's office

India, June 6 -- Since the Lok Sabha results were announced, the Indian media has been speaking about rebooting, something you do when you change your Operating System (OS) - new and high expectations... Read More

China-Nepal love affair

India, May 23 -- In politics, there is little difference between love and sycophancy - the case of Nepal is particularly telling. The social media was recently buzzing with news that some Tibetans had... Read More

Fading memories

India, May 9 -- China is suffering from a strange disease, a sort of selective amnesia - certain things from the past are clearly remembered, while other events seem to have been completely erased fro... Read More

R&D key to India's status

India, April 25 -- If one looks at India's development during the five last decades, one can only admire the progress made by it. However, there are some fields where the country has been left far beh... Read More

Maze of half-truths

India, April 11 -- For the past several weeks, the Chinese propaganda machine has been running full-steam. The focus of the information warfare's exercise is on the events of March 1959, which ended i... Read More

European naivety over?

India, March 28 -- On January 28, 1964, The New York Times reported: "General de Gaulle's Government broke today with the United States (US) policy of isolating communist China and announced the estab... Read More