Mr Arun Jaitley, the finance minister, broke new ground on 01 February 2017 by presenting the budget a full one month ahead of time and also combined the railway budget with the main budget.
Made in China 2025 is China’s answer to the sluggish growth in manufacturing by the use of ICT, cloud computing and big data. Will it succeed is anybody’s guess.
India and China not only follow different paths for their economic growth, they also do the same to improve the manufacturing capability.
China’s foreign policy is based on four tenets called “Four Lay Outs” (四个布局). They are major powers as key, neighbourhood as the priority
To a question by Mr MK Raghavan, Member of Parliament, Dr Subhash Bhamre, the Minister of State for Defence, said on 19 December 2016 in a written reply to Lok Sabha
In the flux that the world is in, India and China should work to overcome the divergences to make it a true Asian Century. Both PM Modi and Chinese President Jinping have shown their capability to take decisions. These two leaders are in the correct position to ensure that India and China work towards a New Type of Major Country Relationship. The question is, will they do so?
Chinese Peoples Liberation Army is raising a Strategic Support Force. This force is likely to be the game changer in future wars.
The creative may include China’s rocket being launched, a picture of PLA soldiers sitting in front of computer terminals and pictures of sensors placed on the border with India.
China aims to win the battle for adversary’s mind by Psychological Warfare even before the battle is joined. She does it in continuum during peace and war. India needs to get her act together on this aspect.