Chair: Thomas Mathew
Discussants: Prem Chand & Subimal Bhattacharjee
With elections looming large in both countries and the Indo-US nuclear deal facing its moment of truth, the inevitable question will arise as to who has gained how much from the Strategic Partnership
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has strongly denied news reports that the launch of an Israeli spy satellite aboard the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) has been delayed or even can
Even though the Indo-US nuclear deal has passed one more hurdle with the completion of the 123 Agreement to the satisfaction of both governments, the remaining hurdles include the signing of agreement
Discussant: Chintamani Mahapatra
With the passage of a year since the visit of President George W.
The most visible manifestation of a strategic relationship between two countries is cooperation in the defence sphere.
Discussants: Harinder Sekhon & B S Malik
The speed and relative ease with which the Indo-US nuclear deal raced through the respective committees of Congress and the margin by which it was assented to by the House of Representatives on 27 Jul