A spate of scheduling, cancelling and annulling of elections over the last three months in the Maldives has eroded whatever little legitimacy was left in its public institutions. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
The launch of the INS Vikrant, India's first indigenously manufactured aircraft carrier, is a milestone in the nation's military history and a key addition to our force projection capabilities. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
Social schemes, customised to the needs of the people in a region, help empower the weaker sections. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
The United States invaded Iraq ruled by the despotic Saddam Hussein on flimsy pretexts. By invading Iraq 10 years ago, it set an example the world should never follow
In India, Britain now finds a resilient, independent and advantageous partner. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
Like Pakistan, India must also identify friends within the Taliban to avoid confusion, writes Sreeram Chaulia.
Suu Kyi's visit could be the perfect time for New Delhi to increase its assistance to democratic parties in Myanmar. Sreeram Chaulia
The rising tension between China and Japan can be contained when economic sense prevails over narrow nationalism. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
A speedy end to the Afghan war is the answer to the Taliban's fundamentalism. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
Tehran is unlikely to accede to the West's demands to halt uranium enrichment. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
Needs to develop itself as a pole of power instead of swinging between China and the US. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
The dog-eat-dog world rarely offers convergence between opposing goals of promoting human values and national interests. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
India must tell Israel and Iran that they should not misuse its hospitality, writes Sreeram Chaulia
Net users and tech firms united to defeat the US pro-patent bills. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
The new US defence policy shrinks the activity of the military machine.
A deal-making, not deal-breaking India emerged in Durban. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
The entry of Americans into Myanmar is likely to benefit India. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
Some G20 nations are putting domestic interests above global concerns. Sreeram Chaulia writes.
Ever since his first album The Unforgettables was released in 1976, Jagjit Singh became a soother of frayed nerves, a rebuilder of broken homes, a fallback for the jilted, and a solace for those agitated by the multiple ironies of the human condition.
The death shrieks of non-Assamese are grim reminders that India's policy of cooperating with the Myanmar junta has flopped.