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Moment of India’s ascent to the G20 presidency 


The moment of India’s ascent to the G20 presidency coincides with the country’s 75th year of Independence.

India being a pole in the international system


The ongoing war in Ukraine on the one hand and the confrontation between Russia and the United States and the West on the other have increased the frequency of the question of whose side is India on.

India’s strategy on emissions


At the Climate Change Conference (COP27) at Sharm el-Sheikh India unveiled its much-awaited Long-Term Low Emission Development Strategy.

The economic journey ahead


By 2047, India will complete 100 years after Independence and a big question before India is will India achieve the status of a developed economy, which means achieving a minimum per capita income equivalent to $13,000.

Refugees under India’s welfare umbrella


The global theme for this year’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is “UNITE! Activism to end violence against women and girls”.

India’s expanding counterterrorism engagements


Recently, India hosted the Third Ministerial ‘No Money for Terror’ conference in New Delhi following two other important meetings hosted by India i.e. The United Nations (UN) Security Council’s special meeting of the Counter-Terrorism Committee...

Misleading the world through “greenwashing”


At the COP27 conference, Secretary-General of the United Nations (U.N.), António Guterres said, “We must have zero tolerance for net-zero greenwashing.”

Transparency in FTA negotiations


India is negotiating FTAs with countries such as the European Union, Canada, the U.K., and Israel to achieve the export target of $2 trillion by 2030.

Office of Governor and controversies


Recently the office of Governor is in frequent news due to the conduct of the Governors of some States which according to experts, undermine constitutional provisions, constitutional morality, and constitutional ethos.

World Bank report about India’s cities


According to the World Bank, India would need to invest $840 billion over the next 15 years, that is, an average of $55 billion each year, to meet the demands of its fast-growing urban population.

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