India’s ability to maintain friendly ties with the region’s rivals is admirable, but implicitly acknowledges the transactional nature of those relationships.
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INS Karanj is the third vessel of Kalvari or Scorpene class to be assembled in India. Another three are slated to be built by 2020.
The Prime Minister promises business leaders India’s red tape is being replaced with a ‘red carpet’.