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‘The Hambantota deal is ruinous for us’

Sanjay Kapoor

In this interview, former minister Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe, who was sacked recently for criticising the deal, refuses to mince his words and lashes out against the government for mortgaging the future of the next generation with this deal
Sanjay Kapoor Colombo

‘We fought hard to secure Sri Lanka’s interest in the deal’: Arjuna Ranatunga

Sanjay Kapoor

Sri Lanka’s legendary cricket captain, Arjuna Ranatunga, takes on issues on the front foot as when he questioned the controversial Hambantota port deal, which he feels is loaded in favour of the Chinese
Sanjay Kapoor Colombo

Within the arc of Chinese influence

Sanjay Kapoor

Despite best efforts by SLFP-UNP government to renegotiate port deals and avoid debt trap, Sri Lanka's sovereignty could still be challenged by Chinese enlargement
Sanjay Kapoor Hambantota & Colombo

Trade tango with Mexico

Hardnews Bureau

With the geopolitical conditions in Latin America favouring a deeper engagement between India and Mexico, the years to come will only add more warmth and trust to the relationship
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

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Why Mexico will continue to rise

Hardnews Bureau

As Mexico is set to celebrate 207 years of its independence, it should look behind and delve into its history to find the strength to face the challenges ahead
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

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‘I feel very much at home in India’: Melba Pria

Hardnews Bureau

On the occasion of Mexico’s 207th National Day, ambassador Melba Pria speaks to Hardnews about the significance the day holds for the country and also delves into the scope and nature of the Latin American nation’s relations with India, especially in the backdrop of the changing geopolitics in the region

Rohingya Crisis: 'We would rather die than be sent back'

In Haryana’s Nuh district, 372 Rohingya families await their fate. The past five years have been difficult but they would rather stay here than return to imminent death
Debasrita Chakraborty Delhi 

Panchsheel shall guide India-China relations

Hardnews Bureau

At the BRICS summit, India and China met for the first time since Doklam, both countries reaffirm their commitment to peace

BRICS takes a stand against terrorism

Hardnews Bureau

In the two day summit of the fastest, emerging economies in the world, all eyes are on economic cooperation and open borders
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

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