Geeta Mohan
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The writer is the Foreign Affairs Editor at IndiaToday

POLITICS

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No-Go Zone: Why India-Pakistan religious tourism is a non-starter

The religious corridors to Kartarpur and now Sharada Peeth being enthusiastically mooted by Pakistan are simply a cynical ploy, which India must beware of.

POLITICS

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The implications of India’s Balakot action

As the world watches, how India's air-strike could play out in bilateral, regional and international terms now.

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China: 40 years of reforms and control

While development has been for all, there still exists a glass ceiling that is visible in many parts of the country.

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Why 2018 has been a year of realignment for India's foreign policy

While foreign policymakers in India do not wish to call it so but 2018 saw two major 'resets' – one with China and the other with Russia.

POLITICS

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New Pakistan, old tricks

The Sidhu episode and the Pak Foreign Minister's very first briefing show a reckless attitude towards India. We need some wariness towards this 'naya Pakistan'.

POLITICS

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How PPP, an underdog, could emerge as kingmaker in Pakistan elections

Will PTI forge an alliance with PPP, and will that be an alliance of comfort for the establishment? Wait and see.

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Nawaz and Maryam Sharif's arrest: A huge risk - and a political masterstroke

Pakistan's 2018 election is being seen as entirely managed by the deep state. But the former PM and even his brother Shehbaz could upset the plans of the military.

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Larger implications of Modi meeting Putin in Sochi for informal summit

It is now time for India to consolidate that position to become a formidable bloc for the international community.

POLITICS

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What to expect from Modi's meeting with Xi Jinping in China

Experts say there will be no 'joint statements' or signing of 'agreements' after the meeting between Indian prime minister and Chinese president.

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Can India and Canada use Justin Trudeau's visit to move beyond Khalistan

While Ottawa must understand the difference between promoting 'diversity' and 'extremism', New Delhi must curb rising 'intolerance'.