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  • What does lower oil prices mean for India?

    What does lower oil prices mean for India?

    The longer the price of oil remains depressed, India, like other major oil importers, will not only increase its dependence on crude imports, but it will also become more dependent on OPEC.

    January 18, 2016

    COP21: The Toothless Paris Agreement

    COP21: The Toothless Paris Agreement

    The fact that the developed countries succeeded in making all commitments non-binding makes the Paris Agreement almost toothless.

    December 18, 2015

    Re-calibrating Iran-India Energy Ties

    Re-calibrating Iran-India Energy Ties

    India needs to capitalise on the emerging Iranian gas supply market and the current low price scenario, before rival consumers snap up Iranian exports or prices go up. Developing broader relations that entail incorporating gas supplies from Iran would give India greater leverage at a time when other countries in South Asia are emerging as key gas importers.

    November 10, 2015

    India a Credible Actor on Climate Change

    India a Credible Actor on Climate Change

    Often criticised as an obstructionist or stubborn negotiator, India now holds considerable credibility as a leader when it comes to climate change related pledges.

    September 03, 2015

    Probing a Sea option for Turkmen Gas

    Probing a Sea option for Turkmen Gas

    This fresh move on the Indian Prime Minister’s part is perhaps meant to signal to Pakistan that if the latter continues with its hostilities and political rhetoric towards India, then India and other countries may consider an alternative arrangement.

    August 27, 2015

    Emerging Need for Nepali Ecological Task Force (ETF) Units

    Nepal should raise Ecological Task Force (ETF) units to assist in tasks related to ecological reconstruction.

    April 29, 2015

    Using Temple Gold for Shoring up the Economy: Learning from Kautilya’s Arthashastra

    Using Temple Gold for Shoring up the Economy: Learning from Kautilya’s Arthashastra

    Kautilya argues that when the treasury gets depleted, concerted efforts become necessary for its replenishment and even recommends extraordinary measures in emergency situations. But the guiding principle should be what the people consider as beneficial to themselves.

    April 17, 2015

    Need to revive Iran-India energy ties

    Need to revive Iran-India energy ties

    The possible lifting of the sanctions on Iran will lead to a rush for a share of the lucrative Iranian energy pie similar to Myanmar’s opening up last year. India cannot afford to be left behind.

    September 30, 2014

    SAARC Energy Agreement: A step in the right direction

    SAARC Energy Agreement: A step in the right direction

    Signing of the SAARC agreement is merely the first step in the process of regional energy cooperation. To make this initiative work, governments in the region need to synchronise their efforts on a range of technical, institutional and political issues.

    January 05, 2015

    Time for India to Look At Energy Security from Geostrategic Perspective

    Time for India to Look At Energy Security from Geostrategic Perspective

    Is India now looking at energy through the strategic prism? Its recent signing of the TAPI deal is certainly indicative of that.

    December 05, 2014

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