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'Maya Mirchandani' - 80 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: Much Rides On Bibi, Modi And The 'Bromance'

    Opinion: Much Rides On Bibi, Modi And The 'Bromance'

    While India and Israel's positions on 'Islamic' terrorism and shared economic interests highlight similarities between the two countries, it is up to India to make sure it continues to stay on the path it has chosen, of keeping the balance it has assiduously achieved and not succumbing to ideological, hyper-nationalist rhetoric driven by right wing...

  • Blog: How India Beat UK For Major Win At World Court (ICJ)

    Blog: How India Beat UK For Major Win At World Court (ICJ)

    What is clearly being considered a major triumph for Indian diplomacy has been viewed as major a defeat for Britain, leaving it without a representative at the international court for the first time in 71 years. In some ways, perhaps, the final defeat of the Empire by an erstwhile colony.

  • Opinion: What Followed After Modi-Trump Hug Was Net Win For India

    Opinion: What Followed After Modi-Trump Hug Was Net Win For India

    It's time now to roll up some sleeves and get down to brass tacks to ensure India-US ties stay the course reaffirmed at today's meeting, without the whim of individual leaders coming in the way. The proof of the pudding, as they say, is in the eating.

  • Opinion: This New Move Will Test India's Equation With Both Pak And China

    Opinion: This New Move Will Test India's Equation With Both Pak And China

    The inclusion of two sparring neighbours into a grouping led by India's regional nemesis is enough to make any head turn and ask whether individual nations will be able to leave aside bilateral differences for the greater good, or whether, like SAARC, cooperation here too will become hostage to the India-Pakistan dispute.

  • Opinion: As Sri Lanka Leans Towards China, Modi's Trip Has High Stakes

    Opinion: As Sri Lanka Leans Towards China, Modi's Trip Has High Stakes

    With Beijing's advances, time is clearly of the essence, and the need to regain ground lost to China is of paramount strategic importance for India.

  • Blog: Iran Refuses To Sideline China And Pak, Irking India

    Blog: Iran Refuses To Sideline China And Pak, Irking India

    While Iran drags its feet on awarding a crucial contract for gas exploration in its Farzad B offshore field to ONGC Videsh, India has decided to cut back on oil imports from Iran by 3 million tons (roughly 25 percent) in the current financial year.

  • Blog: Mehbooba Mufti's Most Unsuitable Partner, The BJP

    Blog: Mehbooba Mufti's Most Unsuitable Partner, The BJP

    There have been many turning points in the political history of Kashmir. But the coalition of partners so ideologically antithetical to each other was perhaps a curve ball many in the Valley have not been able to recover from.

  • Blog: Revisiting The Clash Of Civilizations

    Blog: Revisiting The Clash Of Civilizations

    Fundamental Western concept is at the heart of American Nationalism. Or is it? Over a decade after he wrote the Clash of Civilizations, Samuel Huntington asked Americans a fundamental question - "Who are We?"

  • Weapons Of War - The Women Of Bastar

    Weapons Of War - The Women Of Bastar

    Every Life Counts travels to India’s tribal heartland – Bastar – where women have become collateral damage of a bloody conflict between Maoist insurgents and the state. Weapons of war exposes the ugly reality of brutal sexual abuse that Bastar’s impoverished tribal women are subjected to, and the intimidation of those who try to bring t...

  • Dalai Lama To Visit Arunachal Pradesh Next Year, China May Protest

    Dalai Lama To Visit Arunachal Pradesh Next Year, China May Protest

    Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama is expected to visit Arunachal Pradesh early next year, which may rattle China that claims the state to be a part of southern Tibet.

  • Blog: India May Have Over-Played Pakistan At BRICS Summit

    Blog: India May Have Over-Played Pakistan At BRICS Summit

    In keeping with the message the Government of India has been pushing even before the Uri attack, the Prime Minister's stream of tough words aimed at isolating Pakistan for its support to terror groups that act against India, made headlines through the two day BRICS and BIMSTEC meetings that took place in Goa on October 15 and 16.

  • BRICS Goa Declaration Mentions Terror But Not Jaish Or Lashkar

    BRICS Goa Declaration Mentions Terror But Not Jaish Or Lashkar

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi told BRICS leaders in Goa on Sunday that "the mothership of terrorism is in India's neighbourhood" and posed a major threat to BRICS goals of development and economic growth. In spite of his saying that those who shelter terrorists are as much a threat themselves, the Goa Declaration adopted by five member states didn't...

  • 'An Old Friend Better Than 2 New Ones': PM Modi After Putin Meet

    'An Old Friend Better Than 2 New Ones': PM Modi After Putin Meet

    "One old friend is better than two new ones," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, using an old Russian proverb to describe the solid, seven decade long friendship with Moscow, dating back to the Soviet era, after the two leaders held summit-level talks on the sidelines of the BRICS meeting in Goa today.

  • After Delivering, She Says She Had To Wipe Her Blood Off Hospital Floor

    After Delivering, She Says She Had To Wipe Her Blood Off Hospital Floor

    Billori, Chhattisgarh: As she went into labour, Soni Baghel, who lives in one of Chhattisgarh’s poorest districts, wasn’t especially worried. She had delivered two babies earlier without any problem.  By her side, in the state-run health hospital was Champa, her mitanin (local women entrusted by the government to ensure the welfare of women an...

  • Opinion: How Breastfeeding Women Are Abused In Bastar - And Other Horror Stories

    Opinion: How Breastfeeding Women Are Abused In Bastar - And Other Horror Stories

    Bent backs glisten in the noonday sun, with nothing but a sari wrapped around their waist and over their breasts to shield them from its blazing heat. The women are out, collecting firewood, tending to the fields, or doing the weekly marketing at the local haat (market) that sells everything from fresh vegetables to petrol in bottles- all that can ...

'Maya Mirchandani' - 412 Video Result(s)

'Maya Mirchandani' - 80 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: Much Rides On Bibi, Modi And The 'Bromance'

    Opinion: Much Rides On Bibi, Modi And The 'Bromance'

    While India and Israel's positions on 'Islamic' terrorism and shared economic interests highlight similarities between the two countries, it is up to India to make sure it continues to stay on the path it has chosen, of keeping the balance it has assiduously achieved and not succumbing to ideological, hyper-nationalist rhetoric driven by right wing...

  • Blog: How India Beat UK For Major Win At World Court (ICJ)

    Blog: How India Beat UK For Major Win At World Court (ICJ)

    What is clearly being considered a major triumph for Indian diplomacy has been viewed as major a defeat for Britain, leaving it without a representative at the international court for the first time in 71 years. In some ways, perhaps, the final defeat of the Empire by an erstwhile colony.

  • Opinion: What Followed After Modi-Trump Hug Was Net Win For India

    Opinion: What Followed After Modi-Trump Hug Was Net Win For India

    It's time now to roll up some sleeves and get down to brass tacks to ensure India-US ties stay the course reaffirmed at today's meeting, without the whim of individual leaders coming in the way. The proof of the pudding, as they say, is in the eating.

  • Opinion: This New Move Will Test India's Equation With Both Pak And China

    Opinion: This New Move Will Test India's Equation With Both Pak And China

    The inclusion of two sparring neighbours into a grouping led by India's regional nemesis is enough to make any head turn and ask whether individual nations will be able to leave aside bilateral differences for the greater good, or whether, like SAARC, cooperation here too will become hostage to the India-Pakistan dispute.

  • Opinion: As Sri Lanka Leans Towards China, Modi's Trip Has High Stakes

    Opinion: As Sri Lanka Leans Towards China, Modi's Trip Has High Stakes

    With Beijing's advances, time is clearly of the essence, and the need to regain ground lost to China is of paramount strategic importance for India.

  • Blog: Iran Refuses To Sideline China And Pak, Irking India

    Blog: Iran Refuses To Sideline China And Pak, Irking India

    While Iran drags its feet on awarding a crucial contract for gas exploration in its Farzad B offshore field to ONGC Videsh, India has decided to cut back on oil imports from Iran by 3 million tons (roughly 25 percent) in the current financial year.

  • Blog: Mehbooba Mufti's Most Unsuitable Partner, The BJP

    Blog: Mehbooba Mufti's Most Unsuitable Partner, The BJP

    There have been many turning points in the political history of Kashmir. But the coalition of partners so ideologically antithetical to each other was perhaps a curve ball many in the Valley have not been able to recover from.

  • Blog: Revisiting The Clash Of Civilizations

    Blog: Revisiting The Clash Of Civilizations

    Fundamental Western concept is at the heart of American Nationalism. Or is it? Over a decade after he wrote the Clash of Civilizations, Samuel Huntington asked Americans a fundamental question - "Who are We?"

  • Weapons Of War - The Women Of Bastar

    Weapons Of War - The Women Of Bastar

    Every Life Counts travels to India’s tribal heartland – Bastar – where women have become collateral damage of a bloody conflict between Maoist insurgents and the state. Weapons of war exposes the ugly reality of brutal sexual abuse that Bastar’s impoverished tribal women are subjected to, and the intimidation of those who try to bring t...

  • Dalai Lama To Visit Arunachal Pradesh Next Year, China May Protest

    Dalai Lama To Visit Arunachal Pradesh Next Year, China May Protest

    Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama is expected to visit Arunachal Pradesh early next year, which may rattle China that claims the state to be a part of southern Tibet.

  • Blog: India May Have Over-Played Pakistan At BRICS Summit

    Blog: India May Have Over-Played Pakistan At BRICS Summit

    In keeping with the message the Government of India has been pushing even before the Uri attack, the Prime Minister's stream of tough words aimed at isolating Pakistan for its support to terror groups that act against India, made headlines through the two day BRICS and BIMSTEC meetings that took place in Goa on October 15 and 16.

  • BRICS Goa Declaration Mentions Terror But Not Jaish Or Lashkar

    BRICS Goa Declaration Mentions Terror But Not Jaish Or Lashkar

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi told BRICS leaders in Goa on Sunday that "the mothership of terrorism is in India's neighbourhood" and posed a major threat to BRICS goals of development and economic growth. In spite of his saying that those who shelter terrorists are as much a threat themselves, the Goa Declaration adopted by five member states didn't...

  • 'An Old Friend Better Than 2 New Ones': PM Modi After Putin Meet

    'An Old Friend Better Than 2 New Ones': PM Modi After Putin Meet

    "One old friend is better than two new ones," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, using an old Russian proverb to describe the solid, seven decade long friendship with Moscow, dating back to the Soviet era, after the two leaders held summit-level talks on the sidelines of the BRICS meeting in Goa today.

  • After Delivering, She Says She Had To Wipe Her Blood Off Hospital Floor

    After Delivering, She Says She Had To Wipe Her Blood Off Hospital Floor

    Billori, Chhattisgarh: As she went into labour, Soni Baghel, who lives in one of Chhattisgarh’s poorest districts, wasn’t especially worried. She had delivered two babies earlier without any problem.  By her side, in the state-run health hospital was Champa, her mitanin (local women entrusted by the government to ensure the welfare of women an...

  • Opinion: How Breastfeeding Women Are Abused In Bastar - And Other Horror Stories

    Opinion: How Breastfeeding Women Are Abused In Bastar - And Other Horror Stories

    Bent backs glisten in the noonday sun, with nothing but a sari wrapped around their waist and over their breasts to shield them from its blazing heat. The women are out, collecting firewood, tending to the fields, or doing the weekly marketing at the local haat (market) that sells everything from fresh vegetables to petrol in bottles- all that can ...

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