Tridivesh Singh Maini

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is a New Delhi-based policy analyst associated with Jindal School of International Affairs, Sonipat.

POLITICS

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With Pakistan reluctant, India has much to gain from Amritsar-Kabul air corridor

For long Punjab has sought to benefit from bilateral trade with the hostile neighbour but in the short-term is doesn’t seem possible.

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Why India's foreign policy should look beyond Chinese interests

For the fourth time, China has refused to support India on banning the JeM chief at UN.

VARIETY

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China has lessons for India in reducing regional disparities

Prosperous provinces in China extend financial help as well as advice to the less developed regions.

POLITICS

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India has an edge over China in soft power, divisive politics must not harm it

New Delhi should not ape Beijing's obsession with uniformity and propensity to obliterate certain periods of history.

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What Steve Bannon's exit from the Trump administration means for India

President's former chief strategist played a leading role in chalking out new H1-B visa rules.

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OBOR: Why India needn't worry about China

The post-1990s India is far more self-confident and has a number of strategic and economic options.

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What election results 2017 mean for Centre-state ties

A recent McKinsey report forecasts that India’s growth will be driven by eight states.