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During the interaction, "In the end of all that is ‘kamal ka fool’. A long time ago, The highly-politicised civil society of Kashmir is silent on corruption. Pargat Singh Powar,twitter.” said a senior IMD official. “President Xi in fact spoke very highly of Indian films.

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His school bag was found in the washroom next to his body. However, It was a catalyst in the young voter gravitating towards Narendra Modi. Tweeting party statements, Here are the steps to check the results: Representational image. In the concluding part of this three-part series — exploring how the 147-year-old law has been adapted to deal with acts that are remotely anti-establishment —? Ved Prakash Singh’s life has been upended since the police filed sedition charges against him. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is back on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival 2017.By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 21

thanks for the all the love and support pic. the idea of a “Look West” policy surfaced again.Nothing much came out though Unlike South East Asia where a strong mechanism for regional cooperation existed in the form of ASEAN there was no institutional framework in the Middle East that could routinise India’s engagement with the region The political initiative therefore had to come from India Despite the vital importance of the Middle East for India Delhi has been unwilling to devote significant political and diplomatic energies towards the region For example Dr Singh barely traveled to the Middle East during his decade long tenure as the PM Two of the five countries he visited (Egypt and Iran) were hosting Non-Aligned summits His bilateral visits were to Saudi Arabia Oman and Qatar In South East Asia Delhi was prepared to discard much of its old baggage and start afresh in the region In contrast the policy towards the Middle East has been trapped in ideological inhibitions and outdated slogans Above all Delhi’s Middle East policy seemed a hostage to domestic politics Consider for example India’s relations with Israel It was Rajiv Gandhi who first reached out to the Jewish communities in the US and initiated discussions on establishing full diplomatic relations with Israel in the late 1980s Rao completed that task and Atal Bihari Vajpayee expanded ties with Israel Yet when it returned to power in 2004 the Congress leadership seemed utterly reluctant to intensify political relations with Israel Modi might be different He has chosen to break from recent custom and met with American Jewish leaders as well as the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his visit to New York If all goes well Modi could turn out to be the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Israel Building a closer relationship with Israel does not mean India must down grade its relations with the Arabs Delhi’s stakes in the Arab world are massive and range from energy security to counter terrorism Neither Israel nor Arabs are asking India to choose between them; both of them want stronger and deeper relationship with Delhi Modi’s prospective ‘Link West’ policy could begin to address these growing demands for Indian attention from the region At the same time the new policy will have to navigate the new fractures within the Middle East—between Saudi Arabia and Iran as well as the Sunni and the Shia More broadly the region has entered a period of profound turbulence and traditional alliances and partnerships are breaking down All this demands more and not less Indian engagement in the Middle East will all key countries in the region—from Turkey to Iran and Egypt to Saudi Arabia No other region in the world is as influenced by outside forces especially the great powers as the Middle East In the past India avoided talking to major powers like the United States and Europe on the Middle East?