In an interview with The Wire, Wavel John Charles Ramkalawan, Seychelles’ leader of opposition, talks about relations with India, visiting his ancestral village in Bihar, and more.
An excerpt from ‘Ricochets: From Gordonstoun to Africa’s Wars: The Life of Mercenary Soldier Peter Duffy’.
The largest slice in the foreign aid pie is still reserved for Bhutan, though it has dropped by one-third compared to the initial allocation for 2016-17.
Through talking to many of the participants of the 1988 operation, Sushant Singh paints a picture that is both informative and readable.
India has celebrated Navy Day on December 4 since the 1971 war with Pakistan, when three Indian missile boats sank three Pakistani ships off Karachi that day with six missiles. This marked the start of India’s first naval offensive against Pakistan and was only the second time anti-ship […]
Africa is experiencing greater productivity, stability and trade than ever before. Seven of the world’s fastest growing economies are now from the continent. All of this means Africa’s engagement with the world is an opportunity for better, more equal relations.