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In June end, when cricket and the bright London midsummer were still drawing thousands of long-staying visitors from India and the Arabic countries to...

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Trump, Taliban, Talks, Troops, Thanksgiving

NEW DELHI: It wasn’t a tweet but a trip that rekindles talks with the Taliban. U.S. President Donald Trump, on his first visit to...

BIMSTEC must build counter-terrorism strategies to ISIS’s South Asia threat

NEW DELHI: The ISIS link in Sri Lanka's Easter Sunday attack has set alarm bells ringing all over the region. Not surprisingly then ‘radicalisation’ and...

Under Gotabaya, India Has The Opportunity To Take Bilateral Ties Forward

NEW DELHI: A friendship nurtured over a decade begot SNI Editor-in-Chief Nitin Gokhale scooping an interview with the new President of Sri Lanka, Gotabaya...

Gotabaya’s rise is part of a greater global phenomenon

The new President elect of Sri Lanka, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, is only a week into his administration, but he has already hit the turbo gear...

‘Why Allow Only China To Invest In Sri Lanka And Then Grumble?’

Ours is a small country and needs foreign investment to shore up its economy, says Sri Lankan Present Gotabaya Rajapaksa. In his first interview...

Intelligence Gathering Is A Different Ball Game, Will Rejig It: Gotabaya

COLOMBO: In his election manifesto, he had spelt them out as his top priorities and now after having taken over as Sri Lanka’s President,...

We Won’t Do Anything That Will Harm India’s Interests: Gotabaya

COLOMBO: Seeking to allay India’s apprehensions ahead of his first scheduled trip abroad as Sri Lankan President—to New Delhi this week—Gotabaya Rajapaksa has a...

Coming Up: Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s First Interview As Sri Lankan President

COLOMBO: Will there be any change to Sri Lanka’s foreign policy? Will the island nation’s ties with India and China see sweeping changes? What happens...

‘India’s Ancient Traditions Are A Beacon To The World’

The Dalai Lama delivered an address on ethics at an event in New Delhi graced by members of the government. He faulted the material...

India’s New Tibet Card Or Just A Nudge To China?

NEW DELHI: “When the Chinese criticise me, I am more concerned about their anger, their state of mind.” That was the Dalai Lama taking...

India-Vietnam Defence Ties Boom, Courtesy Chinese Moves In South China Sea

NEW DELHI: India-Vietnam defence ties are thriving. And while neither side will say this in as many words, this is largely to counter growing...

Rajapaksas’ China-tilt Old Story, New Sri Lankan President Willing To Work With India

NEW DELHI: Barely a day after Gotabaya Rajapaksa was sworn in as Sri Lankan President, External Affairs Minister S.Jaishankar flew in to Colombo to...

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NEW DELHI: The Indian Army’s plan to reconfigure its existing combat units into Integrated Battle Groups (IBGs) is expected to be completed in four...

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