The withdrawal of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 intends to help the Indian government to focus on technology policy in a holistic manner.
As the United States moves forward in Afghanistan, it should have one primary objective: supporting the resilience of the Afghan people to weather the storms they have in front of them.
In this episode, the eminent historian Srinath Raghavan reconstructs India’s tremendous contributions to the war, the nationalist dilemma, the roots and impact of the movement, and how the war years Quit India hastened independence but also deepened India’s internal divisions.
All the more heartbreaking because it didn't have to go this way. Now Afghanistan is completely off the tracks with the Afghan people, once again, paying the bill for decisions that are made elsewhere.
Despite their similarities, these South Asian states are vastly different in their approaches to debt and China.
Dr Tellis discusses his new report that "take stock of the developments in China, India and Pakistan, especially given the transformation of China’s own nuclear deterrent".
Discussing his new book at ThePrint's 'Off the Cuff', Tellis spoke to Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta about divergence in nuclear policies of China, Pakistan and India in the 21st century.
For most of the 75 years since India and Pakistan became independent states, at midnight on 15th August 1947, nuclear weapons have cast a shadow over South Asia.
In this edition of ThePrint OffTheCuff, Ashley J. Tellis, Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, talks to ThePrint Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta about his new book, 'Striking Asymmetries: Nuclear Transitions in South Asia,' the divergence in nuclear policies of China, Pakistan and India in the 21st century and more.
With India lacking the depth of research and design expertise required to build state-of-the-art stealth aircraft, the country needs to prioritize improving on its indigenous fighter, the Tejas.