Here we see two cases of thinking: One thinks that everyone ‘has right to be special’, the other feels its ‘ok to be ordinary’. While the first case strongly recommends being special, the other suggests adjusting with ordinary is also fine. Thinking, according to me, depends on the situation we are into, people around us, … More Being ‘special’ vs adjusting with ‘ordinary’
While Pakistan says this would have an adverse impact on South Asia’s political and economic stability, China lends its conditional support By Sai Nikesh D Aimed at strengthening global non-proliferation and export control regimes, India’s bid to join as a member in a 48-member Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and a permanent seat in United Nations … More India’s move towards N-deal and export control regime gains mixed response
Concerns are growing in India over proposed poultry imports from USA. US poultry industry says that HPAI virus has not infected commercial poultry so far, but reports contradict the claim By Sai Nikesh D In a move that is expected to hit the US poultry industry hard, the Chinese government has banned all imports of … More China bans USA poultry imports, will India be the next to do so?
India is likely to challenge the World Trade Organsiation’s order to lift ban on the United States poultry imports By Sai Nikesh D If the sources have to be believed upon, the Government of India is in consultations with the stake -holders with an aim to protect the Indian poultry sector from the ready-to-arrive US … More US poultry Imports: India likely to challenge WTO ruling