By Rishabh Shrivastava Net zero emission – has become a new buzzword. This was especially after John Kerry, US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, visited India and met the Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar. Kerry’s visit to India comes at a time when the Biden administration has re-entered the Paris agreement and has invited world leaders from 40 nations (including India) to participate in the … Continue reading TA Explained: Examining India’s position on Net Zero Emission policy
Bio-terrorism is not a conventional modus operandi to inflict damage upon human lives and property. As science and technology is upgrading itself with every passing day, the risk of discovering a new form of biological phenomenon is also very much obvious. International community has taken a strict stance against such chemical and biological attacks. But, the larger question is, is India prepared? Bio-terrorism poses a unique challenge … Continue reading Bio-terrorism: Is India prepared against such new and emerging forms of terrorism?
Prime minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Iran marks a new beginning in bilateral relation and beyond. The trip was basket of agreement on the development of the Chabahar port and onward connectivity with Afghanistan. India is one of the biggest buyers of Iranian crude, and is set to import at least 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) from Iran this year. Iran has the world’s … Continue reading Chabahar Port Deal: Strengthening Indian ties!