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Session on The ‘Trump Doctrine’ for West Asia: Implications for India

Friday, 1st September 2017, New Delhi

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STRENGTHENING INDIA'S PARTNERSHIP WITH THE GULF COUNTRIES: NEXT STEPS AFTER THE UAE VISIT

Friday, 3rd March 2017, New Delhi

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INDIA- UAE RELATIONS : NEW DIMENSIONS AND CHALLENGES

Monday, 5th December 2016, New Delhi

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The Global Energy Scenario and Challenges for India’s Energy Security

Thrusday, 12th May 2016, New Delhi

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Book Discussion ‘What will Leapfrog India in the Twenty First Century

Wednesday, 30th March 2016, New Delhi

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South Asian Women MPs promote stronger role for women in politics

Time has come for political parties to give 33% tickets to women in elections, Ms. Meenakshi Lekhi, Member of Parliament (India) asserted, while advocating stronger representation of women in diplomacy at a special session co-hosted by the Ananta Centre and the High Commission of Canada with South Asian Women Parliamentarians.

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Executive Summary-Roundtable on "Mega FTAs: Impact for global trade with a special focus on India"

Trade negotiations in the last few years have followed a peculiar trend. Countries have failed to move the Doha Development Agenda of the World Trade Organization (WTO) forward in a satisfactory fashion but have agreed to expand negotiations for creating large free trade areas, which are termed as mega trade agreements. Three such agreements are currently under...

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Executive Summary-Roundtable on "Mega FTAs: Impact for global trade with a special focus on India"

Trade negotiations in the last few years have followed a peculiar trend. Countries have failed to move the Doha Development Agenda of the World Trade Organization (WTO) forward in a satisfactory fashion but have agreed to expand negotiations for creating large free trade areas, which are termed as mega trade agreements. Three such agreements are currently under...

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Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley speaks at a Major Economic Dialogue in Washington, DC hosted by Ananta Centre, CSIS, and the Wadhwani Foundation.

On April 15 in Washington DC, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Wadhwani Foundation, and the Ananta Centre organized an economic conference to assess some of the emerging areas of bilateral economic engagement.

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Cultivating key human values

The Dalai Lama calls for ‘peaceful humanity” at Ananta Centre meet

His Holiness, The 14th Dalai Lama, urged people to promote and secure the ideals of peace, harmony and secularism while addressing a special Ananta Centre discussion on “Cultivating key human values” in New Delhi today.

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Israel, Australia lend support to India’s “Second Green Revolution” quest

India’s agricultural sector contributes 16% of total GDP & 10% of export earnings in the economy. Despite being largely self-sufficient in food production, Indian agriculture currently faces a slew of problems--its growth is much slower than other sectors of the economy; productivity is in decline and the income gap between farmers and the rest of the workforce is widening.

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India US Joint Statement

Fifth Meeting of the US-India Track II Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy

On November 10-12, 2014, the US-India Track II Dialogue on Climate Change and Energy held its fifth meeting in New Delhi, India. Since its inception in 2010, this dialogue has brought together an array of prominent US and India thought leaders to explore opportunities to enhance our partnership on climate change and energy, both bilaterally and multilaterally.

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Session on Capitalism and Compassion

Capitalism should be used for the good of the poor and those who need it the most. The good news is that the world has become a lot richer and that poverty has become less than it was 30 or 40 years ago. But here is the paradox: dissatisfaction in life has increased. Although people are becoming richer they are also more dissatisfied. In the US, dissatisfaction has increased by two-thirds since 1991.

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