Opinion/Commentary
Pakistan is not the core of India’s foreign policy - Ashok Malik, Pioneer
Rather than jump at every loose comment and respond to every new prime-time provocation, it makes sense to place India’s Pakistan conundrum in the context of a broader neighbourhood policy. This  indicates the challenges that successive Governments have wrestled with, and point to a trend that all parties deny in opposition but all Governments in some manner endorse.
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Three years on, a work in progress - Swapan Dasgupta, Hindustan Times
Moving on right track - Pioneer
Still a long way from creating a ‘new India’ - PK Vasudeva, Pioneer
What's political now? It's Islamic jihad - Hari Om Mahajan, Pioneer
Kashmir is cancerous already - Rajiv Kumar, Mail Today
Friend for decades, now fully out of the closet - Niranjan Chichuan, Pioneer
BJP’s Belt and Road myopia - Sudheendra Kulkarni, Indian Express
A blemished medal - Praveen Swami, Indian Express
The ICJ and Jadhav: What say Pakistan? - D Suba Chandran, Business Line
New Lanka challenge for Indian regime - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
Getting mullahs out of Constitution's way - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
Muslim board climbs down - Abraham Thomas, Pioneer
Modi diplomacy, part two - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
China-Pakistan, bhai-bhai - Nirupama Subramanian, Indian Express
Soft touch and hard results - Sanju Verma, Pioneer
An unfulfilled farm manifesto - Ashok Gulati & Siraj Hussain, Indian Express
Russian bear, American fare - Chidanand Rajghatta, Times of India
Gentleman, scholar, pracharak and neta - Ashok Malik, Pioneer
ICJ slap for Pakistan - Pioneer
Ending India's nuclear dependency - MR Srinivasan, Hindu
How to build the new city - M Venkaiah Naidu, Indian Express
The politics of territory - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
Note ban has led to a cleansing: Bibek Debroy - Surabhi, Business Line
The political juggernaut on a roll - Poornima Joshi, Business Line
Modi @ 3: A year of big-bang action - Richa Mishra, Business Line
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