Ashish Shukla


Desperate India could compromise security

19th July 2015
India’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has agreed to make its first technological transfer to a private player by awarding Larsen and Toubro (L & T) the contract to...

Modi boost for Iran-Oman-India gas pipeline

18th July 2015
Everyone expected Indian prime minister Narendra Modi to lay out a concrete roadmap for TAPI, that is Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India gas pipeline on his visit to Ashgabat...

Germany unpopular again in Europe

17th July 2015
The sand of hourglass has passed. Greece has stayed in Europe. Anti-austerity referendum has been trashed. Creditors have been assured of payouts. The United States of Europe...

Iran deal could be a smokescreen

15th July 2015
The “historic” nuclear deal between Iran and five world powers could go either way—either it brings up a nuclear smoke in the Middle-East or it could be the start...

Madrasas: A dissenting voice

13th July 2015
The pro-right Maharashtra government of Indian state wants madrasas (place of dars, i.e. teaching) to go beyond Islam and include science, maths and physics in its...

COUNTERVIEW III: SCO is a security net against spreading terrorism

12th July 2015
A few in White House will have upset stomachs. Pakistan has long been viewed as United States’ backyard. India has been assiduously cultivated in Modi era with charm...

COUNTERVIEW II : Dollar-free world is growing

11th July 2015
All is not bleak. Our columnist Rhea might see little hope for BRICS Bank. Her view is the reserve currencies which the BRICS are trying to forge, against the mighty dollar, is...

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