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Asian-European Policy Dialogue 2013
Observer Research Foundation and Rosa Luxembourg Stiftung recently organised the Asian-European Policy Dialogue 2013. The theme of the dialogue was local level politics, related policy areas and the role of the state.
Indo-Pak ties: Increasing people-to-people contact is the way forward
05 December 2013
A desire to find a solution to the conflict that plagues both India and Pakistan was the common thread that run through the discussion at ORF on the bilateral relations and the way forward between Indian experts and retired military officials from Pakistan.
High likelihood of China coming in to Indian Ocean, says Bengal Governor
30 November 2013
West Bengal Governor M.K. Narayanan thinks that India must carve out an area of influence for herself as China has made it clear that it is not going to restrict itself to Western Pacific, and so, there is high likelihood that China will come into the Indian Ocean because of its interest in oil.
India not in the game of catching up with China: Senior Govt official
26 November 2013
Taking part in an interaction on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's recent visit to China, Mr. Gautam Bambawale, Joint Secretary (East Asia), Ministry of External Affairs, emphasised that India was not in a game of "catching up" with China vis-a-vis its relationship with other East Asian countries.
PM's visit to Russia and China: A journalist's report card
19 November 2013
Russia is considering supplying Hydrocarbons to India through pipelines and both countries have commissioned joint study groups to analyse the feasibility of the project.
18th Congress of CPC signals shift in China's foreign policy: Expert
16 November 2013
The 18th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party has signaled a shift in China's foreign policy, including the South China Sea as an issue of core interest besides Tibet where Beijing wants no compromise, according to security and strategic expert, Dr Manoj Joshi.
Affordable Airpower: Need for refining business processes
15 November 2013
Pointing out that the problem for an upcoming Indian defence industry is in the basics, experts suggest that a refinement of processes in conducting business and procurement would go a long way.
Anti-India sentiments going viral in rural Nepal, says former Minister
15 November 2013
Anti-India sentiments have gone viral in rural Nepal and unless urgent steps are not taken, this could lead to a widening gap between India and Nepal, according to former Minister of Water Resources of Nepal, Dr. Dipak Gyawali.
Delhi to host India-Africa Forum Summit next year
12 November 2013
India will be hosting the next India-Africa Forum Summit in 2014 and it is trying to implement as many decisions of the earlier two Summits as possible, according to a senior official at the MEA.
Roundtable on Decentralisation in the Indian Polity
12 November 2013
Observer Research Foundation, in partnership with the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Berlin, organised a roundtable discussion on "Decentralisation in the Indian Polity" on 23 October, 2013. Here is a report
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