The PM-designate has done well in moving fast to woo the south Asian neighbour he so relentlessly bashed in his march to an unprecedented electoral victory. But one would desist from calling it a bold new beginning.
Since the Election Commission (EC) made the announcement on February 7 that Tibetans in India could vote, debates have been raging in Tibetan community meetings and on social media sites. Tenzin Tsundue writes.
China is getting ready to face an India that would apparently be “tougher” on political disputes but more “flexible” on its economic policies if NDA’s Narendra Modi becomes prime minister, the Chinese state media said on Wednesday.
Is the Aam Aadmi Party headed for oblivion? Yes, if you look at the exit polls results from Delhi. No, if you look at Punjab. In this tale of two states, we can see why this is the worst of times for AAP and also the best of times for the party.