The opposition party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, and its top candidate Narendra Modi won the Indian national elections in May. How can the outcome be explained and what challenges does the new Prime Minister face?
In the context of the Security Conference in Germany, the Indian delegation met the chairman of the Indo-German Parliamentarian Group in the German Parliament, MP Ralph Brinkhaus and MP Dr. Thomas Feist, Member of the Indo-German Parliamentarian Group.
The Preparatory Meeting of the 31st JSDP Meeting was held in New Delhi on 25th. April 2014.
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Backgrounds and Perspectives on the New Indian Government
The opposition party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, and its top candidate Narendra Modi won the Indian national elections in May. The clear victory conveys the desire for a stable government, which recently had been characterized [...]
Perspectives of German-Russian-Asian Cooperation
The strategic interests of India will be presented by leading security and foreign policy experts in an interactive exchange with experts from Russia, Central Asia and Germany.
The paper attempts to identify the various policies that drove fiscal consolidation in both countries by looking at historical trends in government accounts and consequently, identifying low hanging fruit for further [...]
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