India

Japan’s Bullet Train Troubles with India

One trillion rupee Bullet train project is a causing disquiet in Japan due to costs overrun and Indian government’s haphazard policies claims a Japanese magazine

Ahead of the Curve: Why Indian’s Should look to Study in Estonia

The Estonian Government wants to attract young, exciting talent from India to work at its start-ups and study in its universities

“The world changed because of 1979”: Satish Jacob on the Afghan-Soviet War and its relevance today

Satish Jacob was one of the first Indian reporters on the ground in Afghanistan during the Soviet invasion of 1979. For over 40 years, Jacob has witnessed history in the making again and again. In this conversation with HNFP, he narrates the story of the 1979 Afghan-Soviet War and how it changed the world. Also below is a brief explainer on the way this war reshaped the world.

Oli’s India visit will set the tone for Indo-Nepal ties

The Nepali PM’s visit is being read as an attempt by the Himalayan nation to tread lightly and carefully while chalking its ties with India and China.

Shifting gears on China

As India re-evaluates its stance and toes a new line on China, it must pause to reflect on the possible outcome