Follow the money
The NIA raids have had a salutary effect, but a lot more needs to be done to shut down the funding networks and penalise and reduce to penury of the conflict entrepreneurs.
No, domestic demand alone won’t induce foreign investors to come to India
Thinking India can induce enough private investment just because of the size of its market is a big mistake.
Expanding India’s share in global space economy
ISRO should embrace a civilian identity and, aided by legislation, form partnerships with the industry and entrepreneurs.
Navigating through hawks like Pompeo
India needs to clearly highlight its boundaries to the US to avoid being a collateral damage.
5G Technology: Transformational Synthesis for Armed Forces
Technological superiority has always been the main battle winning factor all through the history of warfare. With no matching weaponry in the Indian arsenal, Bharat, with all the requisite structures of a strong nationality, buckled in face of artillery fire of Babur and subsequently the fire arms of the European mercenaries. As a result, outsiders could intrude into the political space of the Indian sub-continent and ruled us for centuries. Technological superiority continues to be the fundamental fabric even in the present day hybrid warfare environment.
India must keep its eye on the China Challenge in Modi’s second term
In Modi’s second term, India needs to be pragmatic and clear-eyed about the challenge that Beijing poses for its interests.
The Indo-Pacific contestations
As tensions between the US and China escalate, regional states in the Indo-Pacific do not have the luxury of time on their side.
Let’s stick to our guns on Pakistan
The Modi government has been diplomatically polite and is in no haste to reach out to Pakistan for bilateral talks yet.
Dealing with the big bully
Caught in the crosshairs, India is finding it difficult to go with US diktats.
Modi Formula for New India
In his speeches, given after the election results were out, Prime Minister Modi has dwelt at length on the concept of New India. He said that while 2014-19 was devoted to denting poverty, the second term will address the task of building a ‘New India’ by fulfilling the aspirations of the people. The New India will be an aspirational India.