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Will the government look after all of us? asked Pratibha For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Martin Sherman | Updated: January 22 2016 12:07 am India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj speaks during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) Related News As 2015 drew to an end reports appeared in the Indian and Israeli press of an event of potentially far-reaching strategic importance which went largely unmentioned in the mainstream media in the West The reports referred to the successful testing of the “Barak-8” long-range surface-to-air missile somewhere in the Indian Ocean from the Indian navy’s stealth destroyer INS Kolkata The Barak-8 (“Lightening” in Hebrew) brimming with cutting-edge technology is the product of a joint Indo-Israeli development endeavour It reflects precisely the culmination of a process envisaged in a policy-paper this writer had co-authored with the late ML Sondhi as far back as 1998 when Indo-Israeli relations were still in their infancy The study — one of the very first to identify the ascendancy of India as a strategic power and the potentially profound significance of this for Israel — recognised both the necessity of and the mutual benefits entailed in joint-Indo-Israeli development initiatives And it designated the naval sphere to be of particular promise: “…sea power could become a factor of increasing significance Israel’s long-term strategic need to strengthen its navy… corresponds well with India’s desire to extend its maritime capabilities” The successful Barak-8 test constitutes a ringing endorsement of that prognoses and also a fitting precursor to the just-concluded visit of India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Israel The visit on the heels of one by President Pranab Mukherjee last October and ahead of a speculated visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi signifies that India no longer feels the need to keep its burgeoning ties with Israel discreetly low-profile Commonly cited constraints that reportedly inhibited more demonstrative warmth between the two countries were: One the wish to avoid angering India’s large Muslim minority; and two concern for the considerable expatriate Indian community working in the Arab Gulf states However of late it appears that the “dampening” effect of these factors has waned For in what seems to be a discernible change in its voting pattern in international institutions India has refrained from voting against Israel in various UN bodies as it did in the past preferring to abstain from anti-Israel resolutions Since the establishment of diplomatic relations almost a quarter-century ago the bilateral relationship has grown steadily irrespective of which party has been in power But while it’s true that it was a Congress government led by then-PM PV Narasimha Rao that initiated the normalisation between the two countries there has always been a perceptible sense of greater warmth in the relationship under BJP governments This enhanced ambience of Indo-Israeli amitié is certainly the case with the Modi government Indeed the appointment of the unabashedly pro-Israel Swaraj as foreign minister who when in opposition served as chairperson of the Indo-Israel Parliamentary Friendship Group (2006-09) and reportedly sees former Israeli premier Golda Meir as a role model certainly seems to symbolise the desire for enhanced ties between the two countries Strengthening bilateral ties entails potentially huge benefits for both parties Trade has grown more than 20-fold since formal diplomatic ties were established — from a meagre $200 million to almost $5 billion today For Israel an uptick in its relations with India couldn’t have come at a more fortuitous time — especially given the chilly winds blowing its way from the European Union with talk of punitive economic measures evermore prevalent The recent European decision to label Israeli merchandise produced beyond the pre-1967 frontiers has made Israeli concerns all the more tangible In contrast to Europe’s dark past of animosity towards the Jews India’s history has virtually no record of any significant anti-Semitism This together with the burgeoning Indian middle class with its increasing purchasing power and the fact that India will soon be the world’s third-largest economy makes it a lucrative target for Israeli business not only in its own right but as a strategic alternative to the EU should further restrictions on Israeli products be imposed by Brussels The prospect of enhanced trade with the East in general and India in particular clearly enhances the importance of the Indian Ocean theatre for Israel as a commercial maritime route Accordingly cooperation and coordination with the Indian navy is likely to become an increasingly important factor in ensuring the secure passage of cargo in both directions But for Israel commerce is not the only reason for the increased importance of the Indian Ocean Indeed given the spectre of a resurgent Iran unencumbered by international sanctions and its coffers replenished by the nuclear deal the waters of the Indian Ocean have assumed critical significance for Israel’s security as reflected by its recently expanded and modernised submarine fleet The potential for mutually beneficial collaboration between India and Israel spans virtually the entire spectrum of human endeavour — from national security on land sea and air through cutting-edge civilian technology in medicine food production and communications to cultural exchanges enhancement of water management and rural development But beyond that there appears to be a special affinity between the two peoples that transcends cordial government-to-government relations The visit of the top diplomat of the world’s largest democracy Sushma Swaraj to the world’s most beleaguered one was built on this foundation The writer a former advisor to the Israeli government is founder and executive director of the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Mohali | Published: February 1 2017 10:35 am Illegal construction in the 1984 Riot Victims Colony in Phase 11 of Mohali Sahil Walia Top News THE IMPLEMENTATION of need-based policy has become a political victim The policy which would affect around 15000 households in the city was to be implemented in January this year but first it was delayed and ultimately it could not be implemented as both SAD and Congress feared that if according to the policy some people have to remove encroachments it could cut their votes Watch what else is making news Residents in different areas are now raising the issue with the candidates whenever they go to seek votes from them The residents of Phase 11 Phase 2 Phase 3A Phase 1 Phase 5 and Mohali village will be directly affected by the implementation of the policy According to sources in the Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) the process of implementing the policy was completed but it could not be implemented as there were many households in Phase 11 where there were illegal encroachments and if the policy was implemented all these encroachments were to be removed “Had we removed the encroachments then both the political parties might have faced ire of people which could cut their votes So the implementation was delayed” said an official on condition of anonymity Captain (Rtd) Surjeet Singh who is a resident of Phase 11 and also a member of a committee of the residents formed for putting up suggestions regarding need-based policy said that it was bad that the policy was not implemented after all the surveys conducted in the city The policy would benefit thousands of people as their structures which they constructed to extend their houses were to be made legal “When people came to the city and started living in small flats there was sufficient space for them But as their families grew they faced space crunch So they extended their houses by making new constructions The policy was framed to keep in mind all these parameters and we were expecting that it would be implemented before the elections but again it became a political victim” Captain (Rtd) Surjeet Singh says Satnam Singh another Phase 11 resident says that they met all the officials of GMADA and urged them to implement the policy but the officials told them that they did not get the orders from their bosses as they were making some amendments to the policy “Earlier it was to be implemented in March last year GMADA also invited objections from the residents It was to be implemented in June but it was delayed due to reasons better known to GMADA officials Then it was said that it would be implemented in November but it could not be done” says Satnam Singh Major Singh a Phase 2 resident says that most of the residents of his area have extended their houses and they need the relief but they have to wait for more time now The candidates are however again promising that the implementation of the policy will be one of their first priorities Congress candidate Balbir Singh Sidhu says that if he is elected his fist priority would be to implement the policy SAD candidate Tejinder Pal Singh Sidhu too terms it his first priority AAP candidate Narinder Shergill claims it is a failure of both the candidates as they were in a position to get the policy implemented For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 6 2017 12:21 pm Dean Elgar will lead South Africa in first test (Source: Reuters) Related News Dean Elgar has been assigned the job to lead South Africa in absence of Faf du Plessis and the stand-in skipper in the pre-match conference talked about England and the injury concerns in their team “New leadership a few new faces in their batting line-up a few injury concerns” Elgar told Talking about England who would now be led by new captain Joe Root after Alastair Cook stepped down from the post earlier Elgar said that everybody is looking towards Root’s captaincy in the longest format “Sitting here as a South African player I see it as a good opportunity for us to try and make a dent “They have their own insecurities within their team They’re under new leadership and everyone is asking Root what his captaincy is going to be like” he added Hailing about Kagiso Rabada Elgar said that he is “glad” to have somebody like him in the side Moreover the skipper emphasised on the way Rabada has been practicingin the nets in pretty good “I’m glad he (Rabada) is in my team He’s been a find and he’s taken to international cricket brilliantly” Elgar added “Those were the characteristics we expected he would show at this level I’m sure he’ll be up for it He hasn’t played a lot of cricket of late so I’m sure his hunger is through the roof “You can see the way he’s bowling in the nets He’s fresh and willing to go If he hits his straps he’s going to be something exciting to watch” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 22 2017 3:16 pm Iulia Vantur performs on Salman Khan’s song at Mumbai Police show Umang Related News Romanian actress-model Iulia Vantur who is rumoured to be dating Salman Khan performed on the superstar’s hit song “Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai” during the annual Mumbai Police show Umangin Mumbai last night Iulia shared a video from the rehearsals ahead of the annual Umang show “Rehearsals every night and day bcz baby ko bass pasand hai #umang #show #performance #singing #savetheenergy #fortonight” she posted alongside the video More from the world of Entertainment: Salman and Iulia have long been speculated to be in relationship but both have chosen to stay mum Iulia has been spotted with members of Salman’s family on several occasions Salman also made his first joint public appearance with Iulia at actress Preity Zinta’s wedding reception last year Watch Iulia’s practice video here: See Iulia Vantur’s pictures from the event: Answering the million dollar question about Salman and her relationship with him Iulia previously told indianexpresscom “He is a very good friend What more can I say He is a very good friend for everyone who meets him He has such a good heart and he is welcoming to everyone So you know what I think about him” Also read |Iulia Vantur makes her onstage debut in India with Salman Khan’s songs Watch videos? headed by the CM, When players come in and do well we say they are fantastic. The Ghajini actor will be seen next in Nitesh Tiwari’s upcoming ‘Dangal’ that releases on December 23 this year. you think that the game is going to get over early and the batsmen go into that zone.they said, says a release by TPDDL.Repair, Said Ankita," Interestingly.

2016 CNN-News18 EXCLUSIVE | Top Cong sources: Priyanka likely to fight 2019 Lok Sabha polls LIVE: https://t. The state? He added that people’s participation is necessary in the planning process of the DP.

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