Indian insurgent groups are re-establishing camps in Bhutan and are also forging links with Bhutanese rebel groups.
Pakistan has yet again shown its proclivity to raise tensions with India.
A few weeks ago Sunday Express reported that the Madhya Pradesh Hunger Index at 30.9 was worse than that of Ethiopia.
With the killing of three women and a nine-year old girl, absurdly described as a police informer, the Naxals have lost any moral justification that they may have had to wage war against India.
Now that the IAEA Draft Agreement is on the World Wide Web and the Communists have withdrawn their support to the UPA, it is reasonable to assume that the next few steps will also follow in good time.
Indian aviation has been witnessing spectacular growth in the past five years.
From all accounts it appears that the much talked about India-US nuclear deal is slowly but surely unravelling. This should not come as a surprise.