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Welcome Gesture to Hindu Refugees from Neighbouring Countries

Paper No. 6145                                Dated 12-Jul-2016

By Prof. V. Suryanarayan

A news item in the Sunday edition (July 10, 2016) of New Indian Express holds out the promise of Indian citizenship to Hindu refugees from neighbouring South Asian countries, especially Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to make this historic announcement after unfurling the national flag from the ramparts of the Red Fort on Independence Day, August 15, 2016.

Dhaka Carnage – A Wake up call for Realism

Paper No. 6144                                Dated 08-Jul-2016                   

By Bhaskar Roy

The siege of the Holey Artisan Café by a group of young Jihadis on July 1 evening was something waiting to happen.  Twenty guests dining in this up-market restaurant in Dhaka’s diplomatic area were killed by these terrorists.  Most of them were foreigners.  Two police officers also lost their lives.  The terrorists were killed in a mixed forces commando raid later.

Russia’s Exorbitant Strategic Costs In ‘China Pivot’

Paper No. 6143                                 Dated 07-Jul-2016

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Russia’s exorbitant strategic cost incurred in its ‘strategic pivot’ to China is irrefutably true leading to perceptive loss of its global stature and negating President Putin’s articulation of Russia as an independent power centre.

Licensed Fishing in Sri Lankan Waters: Problems and Prospects

Paper No. 6142                                 Dated 07-Jul-2016

 by Prof. V. Suryanarayan

The Government of India and the Government of Sri Lanka are very keen to find a peaceful solution to the travails of fishermen living on both sides of the Palk Bay.

Refugees from Myanmar: Rohingyas in Kelambakkam

Paper No. 6141                                 Dated 01-Jul-2016

Guest Column by Prof. V. Suryanarayan

Rohingyas are one of the most persecuted and unwanted people in the world today. 

Pakistan-China-Turkey Triangle at Seoul NSG Meet June 2016

Paper No. 6140                                 Dated 01-Jul-2016                                 

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Pakistan-China-India Triangle was evidently in play at Seoul NSG Meet in June 2016 when Pakistan asked China to block India’s entry into NSG, China strongly blocks India, so, and Turkey backs China’s attempt to keep India out of NSG.

Adversarial Comments in Global Times on India's Entry into NSG

Paper No 6139                         Dated 30-June-2016

By Cdre. R.S.Vasan

(The Global Times article has once again proved that China is a big country with a small mind. Director SAAG)

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