ARTICLES

The Afghan Conundrum

The Moscow Conference on Afghanistan has shown the resolve of the regional players to play an affective role in the reconstruction of Afghanistan and help its masses. Asad Mirza After a relatively silent phase on Afghan situation, which was overtaken by the global geo-political concerns after the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, the Afghan situation … Continue reading The Afghan Conundrum

US: Is American Democracy At Peril?

Asad Mirza The biggest bastion of democracy in the world will continue to be marred by unpredictable changes. The latest in the series could stem from the setback suffered by the Biden Administration in the country’s mid-term elections. Usually in a democratic system, every ruling party suffers from the incumbency factor in mid-term elections it … Continue reading US: Is American Democracy At Peril?

Rumbling in the Himalayas As Quakes Give Ominous Warnings

By Asha Ramachandran The series of earthquakes that had their epicentre in Nepal and felt in the entire northern region of the Indian sub-continent have set off fears in the minds of people as images of a much more severe tremblor in the Himalayan kingdom reminded one of the utter destruction that can be caused. … Continue reading Rumbling in the Himalayas As Quakes Give Ominous Warnings

COP27: Focus on Agriculture is ‘crucial’ for climate adaptation  

By Asha Ramachandran For the first time, food systems and agriculture are figuring at a Conference of Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). The United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), CGIAR (Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research) and The Rockefeller Foundation are hosting the official Food and Agriculture … Continue reading COP27: Focus on Agriculture is ‘crucial’ for climate adaptation  

U.S. Priorities Ties with India

By Asad Mirza The Biden administration unveiled the US National Defence Strategy 2022 on 27th October. It lists plans to boost its defence ties with India to deter Chinese aggression in the region. The latest U.S. Defence Strategy states that China presents the most consequential and systemic challenge, while Russia poses acute threats to vital … Continue reading U.S. Priorities Ties with India

UK: Challenges before Mr Rishi Sunak

In India, the news of Sunak becoming the prime minister on the auspicious day of Diwali was greeted with joy. The social media exploded in a series of accolades for Sunak, his family and his in-laws. By Asad Mirza The Conservative Party of the UK showed a lot of grit in finalising the name of … Continue reading UK: Challenges before Mr Rishi Sunak

Political Chaos in the UK

By Asad Mirza British public has witnessed a lot political turmoil in last few months with change of three prime ministers, four chancellors of exchequer and two monarchs, it definitely is taking a toll on the political scene of the country. British Prime Minister Liz Truss resigned as UK prime minister and leader of the … Continue reading Political Chaos in the UK

U.S. brokered Israel-Lebanon maritime agreement

Asad Mirza The U.N. Secretary-General and Israeli and Lebanese politicians have hailed the agreement as historic, as it may bring an economic windfall for both Israel and Lebanon in the long term. After decades of enmity, Israel and Lebanon last week signed a historic agreement agreeing to demarcate their maritime boundaries and also demarcating the … Continue reading U.S. brokered Israel-Lebanon maritime agreement

Climate Change; Rich nations vs poor countries

By Asad Mirza Various reports highlight the fact that Climate Change has been caused by the rich nations and thus poor countries have started demanding compensation for the climate changes, which have adversely impacted them. The forthcoming COP27, UN climate talks due to be held in Egypt in November,may highlight the compensation system for poorer … Continue reading Climate Change; Rich nations vs poor countries

Indian Diplomacy’s ace performance at Samarkand 

Asad Mirza @AsadMirzaND During the last fortnight, India has asserted itself diplomatically by refusing to join an important pillar of the U.S.-led IPEF, and at the same time PM Modi in Samarkand has demonstrated his government’s resolve to act glocally and resolutely in interactions with regional leaders. The 22nd summit of the eight-nation Shanghai Cooperation … Continue reading Indian Diplomacy’s ace performance at Samarkand 

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MARQUEE

‘SARANG – Festival of India in Republic of Korea’ enthralls art, music lovers in South Korea

AMN / WEB DESK Indian Embassy in Seoul, South Korea organized annual flagship cultural program ‘SARANG ...

1.62 crore tourists visited J&K since Jan 2022, highest in 75 years

AMN Kashmir tourism era seems to be returning as after three decades, Kashmir Valley is attracting lakhs of ...

Varanasi nominated as first-ever SCO Tourism and Cultural Capital

Our Correspondent Varanasi has been nominated as the first-ever Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Tou ...

MEDIA

US: Ex-Congwoman of Indian origin Tulsi Gabbard joins Fox News

AMN / WEB DESK Former Hawaii congresswoman of Indian origin Tulsi Gabbard has joined Fox News as a paid con ...

DIGIPUB India condemns Delhi police action on The Wire editors

The Wire, its founder Siddharth Varadarajan, its founder editors Sidharth Bhatia and MK Venu and its deputy ed ...

SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY

Telangana to have first Integrated Rocket Facility of country by Skyroot Aerospace

WEB DESK Telangana will have the first Integrated Rocket Design, Manufacturing, and Testing Facility of the ...

ISRO launches PSLV-C54 rocket carrying earth observation satellite Oceansat & 8 nano satellites

AMN / WEB DESK India's PSLV C 54 was launched from Sathish Dhawan Space Centre Sriharikota at 11.56 am toda ...