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Kushagra KhatriAbstractOn September 17, just as cheetahs were released in Kuno, so was the national logistics policy by the Prime Minister. A much needed unified policy which binds the procedures and processes in the field of logistics together. The...
Srikanth KondapalliChinese President Xi Jinping’s first foreign visit since the outbreak of the Covid pandemic – to Samarkand for the SCO summit – seems to have proved largely counter-productive.China and Russia helped form the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in...
Harsh V PantFor all the pomp and ceremony at last week’s Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, its defining image is likely to be Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to seek peace in...
Urvashi PrasadCervical cancer is the second most common cancer among Indian women. According to the World Health Organisation, there are around 1.23 lakh new cases of cervical cancer annually in India and approximately 67,000 fatalities. This translates into a fifth...
Satyam TripathiAbstractThe launch of the Indo-Pacific economic framework (IPEF) for prosperity by President Joe Biden on May 23, 2022, from Tokyo reflects the recuperation of US’s geo-economic initiative surfing onboard the multilateral platform within the geo-political construct, i.e., Indo-pacific,...
Manoj MisraMeme creators would have been more charitable, even congratulatory, if Prime Minister Narendra Modi had released a pride of Asiatic lions, instead of exotic African cheetahs, into Kuno national park on his birthday. The event would have been surprisingly...
Harsh V PantIndia has a lot going for it, with its economy doing relatively well and its diplomacy bringing the West closer despite some points of difference, even as China falls out of favour with the West.India must make...
#WebPolicyLearning | An Online Monsoon School Program on Feminist Foreign Policy: Praxis for a Peaceful and Gender Just World Order https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLx9-bFjMgsFriedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) India Office, and IMPRI Gender Impact Studies Center (GISC), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi are organisingAn Online Monsoon School Program onFeminist...
TK ArunFor people who lived through unsettling changes, the monarchy served as a beacon of continuity, and therefore, of reassuring stability; the same Queen bestowing the same beatific smile, from under a similarly unfashionable hat, swearing in prime ministers...
A. Amarender Reddy | Tulsi LingareddyIndia’s need to prioritise the strategies for financing sustainable agriculture becomes imperative with the Cabinet’s approval of the updated Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)...

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