Jyoti Malhotra


'Jyoti Malhotra' - 32 News Result(s)

  • Volvo Auto India MD Tom Von Bonsdorff Completes Tenure

    Volvo Auto India MD Tom Von Bonsdorff Completes Tenure

    Jyoti Malhotra, will be the acting managing director in the interim.

  • Modi Government Under Pressure To Prove It Can Handle Pak

    Modi Government Under Pressure To Prove It Can Handle Pak

    The BJP has been vocal in recent years in charging the Congress and the UPA with being "easygoing" on Pakistan. The time has now come for the ruling BJP to pull a real solution out of the bag.

  • As PM Modi Skips China Summit, Beijing Stakes Are High

    As PM Modi Skips China Summit, Beijing Stakes Are High

    Beijing seems unconcerned about whether the diplomatic quarrel with Delhi will blow over or not.

  • Chinese Media Is Right, Modi's Stand On Dalai Lama Is Big Change

    Chinese Media Is Right, Modi's Stand On Dalai Lama Is Big Change

    The Chinese have fallen right into Modi's trap. They got increasingly hot and bothered each time the Dalai Lama came into the public eye. As he prepares to travel to Tawang from Bomdila, Beijing has even threatened a downgrading of the bilateral India-China relationship.

  • Adityanath Selection Exposes Limits Of Modi's Power

    Adityanath Selection Exposes Limits Of Modi's Power

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made his first mistake by helping appoint Yogi Adityanath as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. By installing a man as polarizing and malignant as the five-time MP and head of the Gorakhnath Peeth, Modi has told us that the gloves are off. That, just like Adityanath himself promised, the installation of a Hindu Rashtr...

  • The Growing Role Of Government-Approved Think Tanks

    The Growing Role Of Government-Approved Think Tanks

    When the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) pulled its Rs 1 crore annual grant to the Institute of Chinese Studies at the end of January, the rest of the think-tank community sat up and took notice.

  • India-China Talks Next Week Will Be Influenced By Trump

    India-China Talks Next Week Will Be Influenced By Trump

    If India has the benefit of Trump's support vis-a-vis China, there is no question that it will be able to gain much greater leverage, even though it is a much smaller economy than China's, and much less able to project power.

  • Pak's Action Against Hafiz Saeed To Placate Trump - And China

    Pak's Action Against Hafiz Saeed To Placate Trump - And China

    On Monday night in Lahore, soon after Hafiz Saeed was placed under "preventive detention" at his Jamaat-ud-Dawa charity office, he called a press conference and accused Narendra Modi and Donald Trump of putting pressure on the Pakistan government to take action against him, then drove off home in his own car. That was when his house was declared a ...

  • In Modi Embracing UAE Crown Prince At Plane, Crucial Signals

    In Modi Embracing UAE Crown Prince At Plane, Crucial Signals

    The sight of Arab troops marching down Rajpath for the first time ever is an intensely transforming moment, not only for India's relationship with the United Arab Emirates - from where the contingent came - or the rest of the Arab world, but also an incredibly ambitious attempt by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to once again pitch himself as a reliab...

  • Nitish Kumar's Game In Mingling With The BJP And Modi

    Nitish Kumar's Game In Mingling With The BJP And Modi

    Bihar Chief Minister and Janata Dal (United) chief Nitish Kumar is turning out to be a cannier politician than previously imagined, reaffirming the anti-BJP coalition with RJD's Lalu Yadav and the Congress on the one hand, and making overtures to his former political enemy, the BJP, on the other, thereby signalling to his coalition partners not to ...

  • Rahul Gandhi's Holiday Cheer Has Opposite Effect On Congress

    Rahul Gandhi's Holiday Cheer Has Opposite Effect On Congress

    The results of the state elections will undoubtedly be a vote on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reign; they will also be a wake-up call for Rahul Gandhi's leadership of the party. It is unlikely, though, that the Congress looks at it this way. For better or worse, the dynasty is here to stay.

  • China Offers New Proof That It Is A Major Challenge For Modi

    China Offers New Proof That It Is A Major Challenge For Modi

    India and China will begin the new year on a sour note, as Beijing confirmed Delhi's worst fears by blocking a UN Security Council-mandated committee from blacklisting Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar, thereby throwing a lifeline of support to its client state, Pakistan.

  • Pak-Russia-China Get Closer. What That Means For India

    Pak-Russia-China Get Closer. What That Means For India

    Just when it seemed new, possible alignments were emerging on the international stage towards the end of 2016, possibly to distract from India's renewed obsession with domestic matters such as demonetisation, US president-elect Donald Trump has spun the wheel in a different direction, calling up old enemies to possibly assist with challenging new o...

  • Awe Of Surgical Strikes Apart, Modi Needs New Pak Policy

    Awe Of Surgical Strikes Apart, Modi Needs New Pak Policy

    With Nagrota comes the realization that the collusion of terror between the Pakistani "deep state" (the army and the ISI) and anti-India jihadist groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammed operating inside Pakistan is too deep for it to be dismantled by an occasional terror strike under the cover of night and for the purpose of soothi...

  • Notes Ban Is A Solid Move. But Team Modi's Messaging Is Not.

    Notes Ban Is A Solid Move. But Team Modi's Messaging Is Not.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tearful defence yesterday of his war against the parallel black money economy is both an admission that the war is tougher and will last much longer than he expected, as well as the unstated frustration that his initiatives outside the country are received with greater appreciation than at home.

'Jyoti Malhotra' - 32 News Result(s)

  • Volvo Auto India MD Tom Von Bonsdorff Completes Tenure

    Volvo Auto India MD Tom Von Bonsdorff Completes Tenure

    Jyoti Malhotra, will be the acting managing director in the interim.

  • Modi Government Under Pressure To Prove It Can Handle Pak

    Modi Government Under Pressure To Prove It Can Handle Pak

    The BJP has been vocal in recent years in charging the Congress and the UPA with being "easygoing" on Pakistan. The time has now come for the ruling BJP to pull a real solution out of the bag.

  • As PM Modi Skips China Summit, Beijing Stakes Are High

    As PM Modi Skips China Summit, Beijing Stakes Are High

    Beijing seems unconcerned about whether the diplomatic quarrel with Delhi will blow over or not.

  • Chinese Media Is Right, Modi's Stand On Dalai Lama Is Big Change

    Chinese Media Is Right, Modi's Stand On Dalai Lama Is Big Change

    The Chinese have fallen right into Modi's trap. They got increasingly hot and bothered each time the Dalai Lama came into the public eye. As he prepares to travel to Tawang from Bomdila, Beijing has even threatened a downgrading of the bilateral India-China relationship.

  • Adityanath Selection Exposes Limits Of Modi's Power

    Adityanath Selection Exposes Limits Of Modi's Power

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made his first mistake by helping appoint Yogi Adityanath as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. By installing a man as polarizing and malignant as the five-time MP and head of the Gorakhnath Peeth, Modi has told us that the gloves are off. That, just like Adityanath himself promised, the installation of a Hindu Rashtr...

  • The Growing Role Of Government-Approved Think Tanks

    The Growing Role Of Government-Approved Think Tanks

    When the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) pulled its Rs 1 crore annual grant to the Institute of Chinese Studies at the end of January, the rest of the think-tank community sat up and took notice.

  • India-China Talks Next Week Will Be Influenced By Trump

    India-China Talks Next Week Will Be Influenced By Trump

    If India has the benefit of Trump's support vis-a-vis China, there is no question that it will be able to gain much greater leverage, even though it is a much smaller economy than China's, and much less able to project power.

  • Pak's Action Against Hafiz Saeed To Placate Trump - And China

    Pak's Action Against Hafiz Saeed To Placate Trump - And China

    On Monday night in Lahore, soon after Hafiz Saeed was placed under "preventive detention" at his Jamaat-ud-Dawa charity office, he called a press conference and accused Narendra Modi and Donald Trump of putting pressure on the Pakistan government to take action against him, then drove off home in his own car. That was when his house was declared a ...

  • In Modi Embracing UAE Crown Prince At Plane, Crucial Signals

    In Modi Embracing UAE Crown Prince At Plane, Crucial Signals

    The sight of Arab troops marching down Rajpath for the first time ever is an intensely transforming moment, not only for India's relationship with the United Arab Emirates - from where the contingent came - or the rest of the Arab world, but also an incredibly ambitious attempt by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to once again pitch himself as a reliab...

  • Nitish Kumar's Game In Mingling With The BJP And Modi

    Nitish Kumar's Game In Mingling With The BJP And Modi

    Bihar Chief Minister and Janata Dal (United) chief Nitish Kumar is turning out to be a cannier politician than previously imagined, reaffirming the anti-BJP coalition with RJD's Lalu Yadav and the Congress on the one hand, and making overtures to his former political enemy, the BJP, on the other, thereby signalling to his coalition partners not to ...

  • Rahul Gandhi's Holiday Cheer Has Opposite Effect On Congress

    Rahul Gandhi's Holiday Cheer Has Opposite Effect On Congress

    The results of the state elections will undoubtedly be a vote on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reign; they will also be a wake-up call for Rahul Gandhi's leadership of the party. It is unlikely, though, that the Congress looks at it this way. For better or worse, the dynasty is here to stay.

  • China Offers New Proof That It Is A Major Challenge For Modi

    China Offers New Proof That It Is A Major Challenge For Modi

    India and China will begin the new year on a sour note, as Beijing confirmed Delhi's worst fears by blocking a UN Security Council-mandated committee from blacklisting Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar, thereby throwing a lifeline of support to its client state, Pakistan.

  • Pak-Russia-China Get Closer. What That Means For India

    Pak-Russia-China Get Closer. What That Means For India

    Just when it seemed new, possible alignments were emerging on the international stage towards the end of 2016, possibly to distract from India's renewed obsession with domestic matters such as demonetisation, US president-elect Donald Trump has spun the wheel in a different direction, calling up old enemies to possibly assist with challenging new o...

  • Awe Of Surgical Strikes Apart, Modi Needs New Pak Policy

    Awe Of Surgical Strikes Apart, Modi Needs New Pak Policy

    With Nagrota comes the realization that the collusion of terror between the Pakistani "deep state" (the army and the ISI) and anti-India jihadist groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammed operating inside Pakistan is too deep for it to be dismantled by an occasional terror strike under the cover of night and for the purpose of soothi...

  • Notes Ban Is A Solid Move. But Team Modi's Messaging Is Not.

    Notes Ban Is A Solid Move. But Team Modi's Messaging Is Not.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tearful defence yesterday of his war against the parallel black money economy is both an admission that the war is tougher and will last much longer than he expected, as well as the unstated frustration that his initiatives outside the country are received with greater appreciation than at home.

  • China Objection To US Ambassador's Arunachal Trip Is Good News For India

    China Objection To US Ambassador's Arunachal Trip Is Good News For India

    Delhi believes the US ambassador's visit to Tawang reinforces its claim to that piece of real estate. The Indian side is somewhat unhappy that the talks on the border dispute between the two Special Representatives, Ajit Doval and Yang Jiechi, are going nowhere, although 19 rounds have concluded since 2003 when the mechanism was set up.

  • PM Modi's SAARC Boycott Is Effective, Intelligent Move Against Pak

    PM Modi's SAARC Boycott Is Effective, Intelligent Move Against Pak

    If India had been the only country to opt out of the SAARC summit, the Pakistanis in particular and the world in general would have been tempted to put it down to a revengeful decision by the Prime Minister.

  • Why Modi Must Continue Showing Patience With Pak

    Why Modi Must Continue Showing Patience With Pak

    On the Dawn News discussion on Monday night, nearly 48 hours after the Uri attack, retired general Amjad Shoaib began to speak evenly enough about his country's views on the attack in particular and the terrible human rights violations taking place in the Kashmir Valley in general.

  • Volvo Auto India Appoints Nalin Jain As CFO

    Volvo Auto India Appoints Nalin Jain As CFO

    Swedish luxury carmaker Volvo Auto has appointed Nalin Jain as chief financial officer and Jyoti Malhotra as director-sales, marketing and PR for India operations.

  • The Debt We Owe To Sakshi Malik, Other Indian Women Champs

    The Debt We Owe To Sakshi Malik, Other Indian Women Champs

    The best part about winning is that you ignore comments like these. That's why Sakshi Malik will go down in history - as will, hopefully, PV Sindhu, later today. Impaling the eye of the fish is their goal. Nothing else matters.

  • Rajnath Singh's Speech Is Everywhere. Pak Didn't Succeed.

    Rajnath Singh's Speech Is Everywhere. Pak Didn't Succeed.

    The PM got Singh to use the SAARC forum to make critical comments about Pakistan's continued use of terrorism as a weapon of diplomacy.

  • Signs Of China Embracing Pak More Tightly

    Signs Of China Embracing Pak More Tightly

    As Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping prepare to meet again in just over a fortnight on the occasion of the BRICS summit in Goa on October 18, both sides will be closely watching for signs of greater mutual understanding and mutual accommodation on issues that have evaded resolution for some time.

  • In Siding With Pak On Kashmir, China's Clear Message To India

    In Siding With Pak On Kashmir, China's Clear Message To India

    India and China seem to be hitting a downward spiral, with China not-so-subtly warning India that it could take Pakistan's side in the Kashmir dispute, especially if relations deteriorate to the point that Beijing feels it continues to be challenged by Delhi in the wake of the debacle at the Nuclear Suppliers Group.

  • As Kejriwal Heads To Gujarat, He's Showing Many Modi Traits

    As Kejriwal Heads To Gujarat, He's Showing Many Modi Traits

    Both AAP and BJP are fundamentally similar in the sense that both parties are woven around one centralizing figure.

  • NSG Shows How Modi Miscalculated China Completely

    NSG Shows How Modi Miscalculated China Completely

    Did Narendra Modi's India indulge in some spectacular hubris by pitching for a seat on the NSG in the first place? Did the Prime Minister really think that by personally requesting Xi Jinping, on the margins of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation meeting in Tashkent two days ago, Xi would simply smile and courteously say, "Pehle aap?"

  • Why China Is Backing Pak And Blocking India At NSG

    Why China Is Backing Pak And Blocking India At NSG

    Modi is eyeball-to-eyeball with Xi, and according to one government official who spoke on the condition of anonymity, "he has refused to blink."

  • Modi Ignored Advice To Make Obama Squirm. It Has Paid Off.

    Modi Ignored Advice To Make Obama Squirm. It Has Paid Off.

    The visit to the US in the coming week, in fact, brings Obama's relationship with both Modi and India full circle.

  • Modi Shows Why He's India's First 24x7 Prime-Time Prime Minister

    Modi Shows Why He's India's First 24x7 Prime-Time Prime Minister

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's incredible stamina has been on display this week as he travelled from Tehran to Saharanpur, via Delhi, all within the space of 72 hours.

  • Why Congress Leaders Want Rahul Gandhi To Move To Lucknow

    Why Congress Leaders Want Rahul Gandhi To Move To Lucknow

    The old stories of how Rahul Gandhi keeps people waiting, refuses to see them for days, doesn't remember the names of party supporters - a death wish in politics - have all returned.

  • Modi Has Won Round 1 Against Pak Army. He Must Keep At It.

    Modi Has Won Round 1 Against Pak Army. He Must Keep At It.

    Nothing is what it ever seems in the India-Pakistan relationship, not even when new beginnings are made

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