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Diplomacy and the diaspora - TP Sreenivasan, Hindu
If there is one issue on which all political parties agree, it is the imperative to include overseas Indians in India’s economic development and to take care of their needs and aspirations. Successive governments have been vying with each other to give more and more concessions to them as acknowledgment of their contribution by way of remittances, investment, lobbying for India, promoting Indian culture abroad and for building a good image of India by their intelligence and industry.
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The ICJ and Jadhav: What say Pakistan? - D Suba Chandran, Business Line
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Modi diplomacy, part two - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
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Soft touch and hard results - Sanju Verma, Pioneer
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