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TV Ads: Some regulation necessary, but TRAI notification not adequate
At an ORF discussion on advertising regulation on television, while there seemed to be agreement that some regulation is necessary to prevent excessive advertising and harmful or offensive content from airing, the TRAI's notification was badly timed and not adequate to the needs of the industry.
We are living in industrial society with feudal mindset, says Javed Akhtar
10 May 2013
Noted film personality and now Member of Parliament Javed Akhtar says that one of the reasons for violence against women in India is that we are living in an industrial society with a feudal mindset. He says concrete steps should be taken to effect a real change in the mindset of the people.
Limited platforms to resolve US-China nuclear issues
09 May 2013
While there are fears in both the US and China about each other on the nuclear issue, the platforms to resolve the issues and dispel hostile perceptions were limited, says Dr. Lora Saalman, Carnegie's Beijing-based Nuclear Policy Program scholar.
Canada keen to collaborate with India in the region
08 May 2013
Canada's Deputy NSA Claude Vigneault says his country's decade-old presence in Afghanistan as part of American coalition has given them a better sense of India's security concerns and is keen to collaborate with it.
India and China should take leadership role at the global climate change platform
08 May 2013
Britain's former Chief Scientific Advisor and Head of the Government Office of Science, Sir David King, has said that both India and China should take a leadership role at the global platform for Climate Change.
East China Sea situation more dangerous than South China Sea
08 May 2013
Arguing that attempts by China and Japan to change the status quo is at the root of disputes in the South and East China Sea, Taiwanese scholars say the situation in the East China Sea is more dangerous as there have been no noticeable dialogue so far.
A stronger India crucial for the conclusion of border agreement with China
07 May 2013
Indian scholars and experts say that one factor that is crucial for assuring peace and tranquillity at the China borders is India's development and modernisation of its infrastructural capabilities at the borders. They are unanimous in their view that a stronger India is crucial for the conclusion of a border agreement.
American 'Pivot to Asia': Great strategy, but badly implemented
06 May 2013
Describing the US's 'Pivot to Asia' as "rhetoric without reassurance", Chatham House scholar on US foreign policy says it is a great strategy, but it has been badly implemented.
Beyond the plateau in US-India relations
03 May 2013
This Special Report by Observer Research Foundation and The Heritage Foundation, Washington, D.C., is about finding ways to rekindle the strategic enthusiasm between the US and India. The sections in this report offer specific proposals for advancing bilateral cooperation in various sectors.
India-Saudi Arabia relations must move forward to a genuine strategic partnership
02 May 2013
The Fourth India-Saudi Arabia Workshop held recently in Delhi felt that India must play an active role in ensuring peace and stability in the region, which should not be limited to maritime security. It also stressed the need to move forward the relationship to a genuine strategic partnership.
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