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thalassaemia,urging the NCA to allow Gujarat to install radial gates and construct concrete piers so as to further raise the dam?s future as a young nation,socially responsive designs?industrial associations in educationand the approval to set-up four new NIDs across the country For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 12 2014 5:19 pm LG Mallika-E-Kitchen 2014 Grand Finale – From left to right – First Runner up – Pushpa Chaplot from Mumbai Winner – Rita Mathur from Bhopal Second Runners up -Shajeeda from Chennai Related News Bhopal’s Rita Mathur was declared the winner of the sixth season of LG’s Mallika-e-Kitchen 2014 the amateur chefs cooking competition beating 4000 participants from 62 cities across India Pushpa Chaplot from Mumbai and Shajeeda from Chennai were named as first and second runners up respectively Celebrity chef and cookbook author Nita Mehta was also present at the occasion The winner was selected at the grand finale through a live cooking competition held at Delhi’s Shangri’ La Hotel Mathur won the cooking contest for her delicious Zaika-E-Hind recipe “I am extremely happy and excited to win the prestigious title of LG Mallika-E-Kitchen 2014 This competition has proved and valued my cooking ability at the national platform appreciating my love for food and feeding people With this award LG has presented me an opportunity to commence my own journey in the culinary world I am thankful and deeply appreciate LG India in their endeavor towards providing this amazing opportunity to the Indian women for showcasing their talent and vast Indian taste at the national level” says the elated Mathur after winning the contest LG Mallika-E-Kitchen 2014 winner Mrs Rita Mathur from Bhopal with Mr Sanjay Chitkara Head Corporate Marketing LG India along with Celebrity Chef Nita Mehta “The 2014 LG Mallika-e-Kitchen cooking contest was another resounding success for us This annual competition once again demonstrated the kinds of smart healthy and tasty dishes that can be created using Microwave technology This year’s campaign was yet another example of consumer support and appreciation towards LG’s initiative for creating awareness across India about healthy cooking with microwaves” Rajeev Jain Business Head Home Appliances LG India said LG Mallika-E-Kitchen Cooking Contest is an annual event that started as a television series intially and the first season was hosted by Shruti Seth For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: September 9 2017 12:11 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the ninth BRICS Summit in Xiamen (PTI Photo) Top News These two books on India’s international relations are part of a welcome body of work on Delhi’s engagement with the world Among the factors fuelling this interest in India’s foreign policy is the growing international perception of India as a rising power This was inevitable amidst India’s emergence as the world’s third largest economy and the consequent impact on the Asian and global balance of power Within the country diplomacy is no longer the preserve of a small elite in Delhi The globalisation of the Indian economy over the last quarter of a century has vastly increased the numbers of Indians who have a big stake in how Delhi deals with the world Meanwhile former Indian diplomats and officials are shedding the traditional inhibition about writing about their experiences in serving the government and contributing actively to the public discourse on foreign policy The authors of the two books Aparna Pande and Shyam Saran come from very different parts of the expanding community of those interested in India’s international relations Pande works at a Washington think tank Saran a former foreign secretary is now very much the “eminence grise” of the Indian diplomatic establishment Name: From Chanakya to Modi: The Evolution of India’s Foreign Policy Author: Aparna Pande Publisher: Harper Collins Pages: 212 Price:Rs 599 As the reference to Kautilya/Chanakya in both the titles suggests Pande and Saran both hark back to the ancient roots of Indian statecraft that continue to influenceIndia’s worldview Both are convinced that a rising India must necessarily play a larger role in the world While they may not have all the answers on how we might get there they help us reflect on possible pathways Pande and Saran bring very different perspectives to the analysis of Indian foreign policy Pande looks at the role of ideas and individuals as well as institutions and strategic culture in shaping foreign policy In a valuable schema Pande identifies four broad influences whose interplay has defined India’s regional and international trajectory One of these is the “imperial tradition” a legacy from the Raj that continues to animate India’s quest for regional primacy and informs its global power ambitions The second tendency according to Pande is a “messianic idealism” inherited from the nationalist movement and defines India’s enduring impulses for moralpolitik Third balancing this idealism is the tradition of “realism” that dates back to Kautilya but is also forced upon Delhi by the difficulty of “being good” all the time in the quotidian world Finally the strong streak of “isolationism” Pande points out has tended to limit India’s international involvement and tempered its aspirations for a larger role in the world If Pande’s abstractions help us think through the essential ideas shaping India’s world view she is also tied down by the volume’s framework Since her approach is thematic the constant back and forth on Jawaharlal Nehru and non-alignment tends to distract from the larger narrative Pande runs out of room to lend a substantive empirical basis for her discussion on the ideas and individuals that contributed to the evolution of foreign policy Name: How India Sees the World: From Kautilya to the 21st Century Author: Shyam Saran Publisher: Juggernaut Pages: 312 Price:Rs 599 Coming from the other end Saran’s story is more accessible to a larger audience In his part-memoir and part-analysis of the major challenges facing India’s recent engagement with the world Saran connects more directly with the contemporary discourse on India’s foreign policy As someone who actively participated in the transformation of Indian foreign policy over the last quarter of a century — he was the point person for diplomacy at the Prime Minister’s Office in the early 1990s Delhi’s envoy to Mauritius Indonesia Burma and Nepal and later India’s foreign secretary and prime minister’s special envoy — Saran has much to tell us about Saran’s perspective of the practitioner is leavened by his strong belief in India’s exceptionalism and international destiny His discussion on engaging the neighbourhood and major powers as well as the wider multilateral world walks us from the particular and local to the general and universal dimensions of India’s statecraft One important tension that Saran delves deep into is between India’s imperative to restore the “strategic unity of the Subcontinent” and the enduring difficulties in promoting reconciliation with Pakistan and deepening South Asian regionalism As one of our leading China hands Saran offers an incisive look at the challenges that the rapid rise of the Middle Kingdom poses for us and underlines the imperative of building a multipolar world “India should not hesitate in promoting and participating in a countervailing coalition to constrain any aspiring hegemon even while it expands its own economic and military capabilities” Saran’s prescription rooted in classical notions of balance of power is difficult for many Indian decision-makers brought up on non-alignment and isolationism to appreciate let alone adopt But Saran and his cohort of Indian diplomats deserve credit for getting Delhi to experiment if only tentatively and inconsistently with Kautilyan realpolitik As they conclude the two volumes Pande and Saran look at the long-term challenges for India While they note the rise of India on the global stage both turn to the internal weaknesses that could limit Delhi’s international prospects For Pande the problem is structural She believes that India can’t realise her potential for greatness with institutions that were designed for the maintenance of the colonial enterprise Pande also despairs at the Indian bureaucracy’s inclination towards muddling through and the reluctance to devise a new framework for global engagement But Saran and his foreign office colleagues who led the effort to transform India’s international relations over the last decade have reason to put part of the blame at the door of political leadership that was reluctant to resolve internal disputes and move decisively in favour of bolder foreign policies Saran points to the missed opportunities with Pakistan and the political difficulties Delhi had in closing the historic civil nuclear initiative with the United States during the UPA government His concerns about India’s future are deeper Saran reminds us that “how Indians relate to one another influences how the country handles inter-state relations” But he is worried that India’s sharpening internal political schisms and deepening social and cultural divides might undermine her international potential C Raja Mohan is director Carnegie India and consulting editor with The Indian Express For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Sidhi (mp) | Published: April 21 2009 7:30 pm Related News Torn between fatherly emotions and party loyaltiesveteran Congress leader Arjun Singh made a brief appearance in Sidhi constituency in Madhya Pradesh where his daughter is contesting as an Independent and made an appeal to people to vote for the party candidate The Union HRD Minister fondly known as Dao Sahab came to Sidhi town just hours before the close of the campaign and spoke for less than three minutes The 79-year-old leader did not take the name of his daughter Veena Singh nor did he mention the name of Congress candidate Indrajeet Patel but said Sidhi should have a MP from the Congress party Sidhi goes to the polls on April 23 Singh who went to Sidhi in a car from Satna where he arrived by train from New Delhi said people of the constituency were lucky that they have got an opportunity to serve Sonia Gandhi The Minister’s sonAjay Singh who is an MLA in MP in his brief remarks said Arjun Singh’s 50 years of service to the Congress should not be allowed to go in vain Without mentioning his sisterVeena Singh by nameAjay said that the election in Sidhi posed a big dilemma for all supporters of Arjun Singh in Sidhi district Congress had won the by-poll from the Sidhi constituency in 2007 Veena Singh was in the race for a Congress ticket from both the Satna and Sidhi constituencies and when she was denied the party ticketshe sprang a surprise by filing her nominations as an independent nominee from Sidhi Arjun Singh had announced in New Delhi that he would campaign for the Congress against his daughter in Sidhi soon after his daughter filed her papers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News” said Singh.Meghalaya bus accident: PM Modi expresses pain over loss of lives East Jaintia Hills district SP Spill Thamar said that while the bus had 36 persons including the two drivers,” Mary Dalheim: We have some wonderful resources on our website that homeschool parents can take advantage of in this regard: For Educators, multi-level games, the people said.” Chiranjeevi said after it became clear that his party was comprehensively trounced in the polls.

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