German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Not just Germany, EU will also badly miss Merkel

Not just Germany, EU will also badly miss Merkel

March 27, 2021

Come September and a huge vacuum risks to dominate the political landscape of Germany as well as the European Union as Chancellor Angela Merkel steps down after 16 years of steering the German and EU ships, often out of troubled waters. Merkel was not just the head of the governm...

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Despite international murmurs, India in no hurry on Kashmir

Despite international murmurs, India in no hurry on Kashmir

November 5, 2019

India’s tryst with 'influencing' international opinion on Kashmir continues unabated. After the visit of 27 Members of Europe Parliament (MEPs), reportedly of Right Wing persuasion, came the visit of German chancellor Angela Merkel, last week.

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US plans to withdraw from the INF Treaty

US plans to withdraw from the INF Treaty

April 10, 2019

By threatening to pull out of a key arms treaty, the United States has brought Europe back to the brink of a cold war.

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Indo-EU FTA: Renewed Hope on the Cards

Indo-EU FTA: Renewed Hope on the Cards

March 27, 2018

Caught in a limbo for the last five years, there is a renewed hope for India–EU trade talks. India has invited negotiators from the European Union to resume talks on Indo-EU Free Trade Agreement. Equally, India is also busy exploring opportunities with other trade blocs.

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World’s longest tunnel opens regular service in Switzerland

World’s longest tunnel opens regular service in Switzerland

December 17, 2016

Regular rail service through the world’s longest tunnel - Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT) - began carrying passengers deep under the Swiss Alps from Zurich to Lugano. The famed GBT had a ceremonial opening in June, attracting European leaders like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and...

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