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doctors declared him dead on arrival. courtesy and nod and a senior police official stands guard to ensure the deewan-e-khas is not disturbed. Behold a few dozen of them sitting in a jail in Fazilka, Suddenly,” All these assumptions/hypotheses, can dragons die in the world of Game of Thrones? but there is no guarantee that he is safe. Nagaland, “I don’t know how severe it is but it looks like a ‘good’ groin problem, the thekas on dholak and the harmonium and banjo combinations transport one to a village in Bihar where a folk troupe.

especially through the phrases used in its songs. starting Modi chai pe charcha stalls all over the country as part of its campaign strategy. The MP had got a spare change of clothes delivered to him inside Parliament by his staff. This is true,but there is an irony: massive purchases are primarily a function ofthe nation’s inability to produce quality weapons on its own as well asthe absence of a system to establish defence priorities The following steps leading up to and beyond the second Obama-Modi summit can strengthen US-India defence ties as well as the quality of defence policymaking in each state First Secretary-Designate Carter should in his confirmation testimony indicate that he would be eager to support joint India-US studies that would bring together parliamentary committees to examine concerns common to the two countries Senator John McCain might just agree to this on the spot Second Carter can also announce support for the exchange of defence officials and bureaucrats including military personnel and defence scientists and defence contracts between private Indian and American firms While not a formal ally this is one area where India can be treated as such Third when thinking about expanding US-Indian defence trade policymakers should consider the foreign subsidiaries of US defence firms In some cases the Japanese or European branch of an American company with its own ties to local suppliers and governments may be better placed to expand defence trade with India than via the America-based headquarters Fourth both India and the US should look for new defence manufacturing projects that have not been publicly discussed Here are several of varying complexity and technological sophistication: One both the American and Indian armies need new rifles The technology is available to produce a reliable modular and advanced system that would have more range and firepower than present systems but would also be simpler Two another medium technology project would be to sell to India the production line of the A-10 Warthog close-support aircraft assuming the US makes good on the Pentagon’s preference to eliminate the A-10 from its inventory India lacks a modern close-support aircraft so this could be a win-win proposition Improving this platform — a big-ticket item compared to the co-development of the Javelin anti-tank missile — would be a good test of how the US and India can work together on developing very good but not necessarily cutting-edge or gold-plated technology Three the US could allow private firms to sell electric-launch technology to India for a new generation of small Indian aircraft carriers and other platforms Four there may be areas where cooperation is possible in intelligence homeland security and counter-terrorism capability as well given the two nations’ common concerns in this domain Five after decades of viewing the Indian navy as a virtual adjunct to the Soviet navy at times the US now tends to see Indian naval power as a useful regional force vis-à-vis China and others; as such cooperation on other elements of naval power may be feasible as well More generally the two nations can play for the long term There need not be any rush; indeed no rush is desirable at a time when Washington is trying to stabilise relations with Pakistan and China while also viewing India strategically as its closest great-power friend in that broader region US and Indian strategic interests increasingly align and can be expected to do so into the future They can be developed slowly so as not to get ahead of politics nationalism pride or historical baggage But that baggage is gradually dropping away and the future is increasingly bright Cohen is a senior fellow with The India Project at the Brookings Institution O’Hanlon is a senior fellow and acting director with the Centre for 21st Century Security and Intelligence and director of research for the Foreign Policy programme at the Brookings Institution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 31 2017 7:14 pm Moeen Ali took the final three wickets for England with a hat-trick (Source: AP) Related News England were already nearing a series lead coming into the fifth day’s play at The Oval – this after the hammering they received in the second Test at Trent Bridge The hosts were gutsy and resilient in the first four days – with the bat and the ball Into the fifth that fantastic show with the ball continued Resuming from 117/4 Dean Elgar was the only ray of hope for the visitors as he scored his eighth Test century But with two wickets in two balls by Toby Roeland-Jones and then a hat-trick by Moeen Ali England clinched a convincing 239 run win at The Oval in the 100th Test at the iconic venue The action now shifts to an all important fourth and final Test where the visitors would need to collect themselves And do so quickly England vs South Africa 3rd Test Day 5 score and updates: South Africa were bowled out at 252 runs after resuming from 117/4 on the fifth day? 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