Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Amrita Nayak Dutta

Amrita Nayak Dutta
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Amrita Nayak Dutta is a Senior Assistant Editor at ThePrint and reports on media and defence sectors, besides other policy issues. Amrita started reporting in 2010, and has covered the northeast as well as Maharashtra and Delhi governments before moving to the National Capital to cover central government ministries. She has reported for the Assam Tribune, BBC and DNA before joining ThePrint in 2018. Amrita holds a Masters degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from the Madurai Kamaraj University in Chennai and can be reached at: amrita.dutta@theprint.in. Follow her on Twitter @AmritaNayak3

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File photo | People's Liberation Army of China during a military parade | Wikimedia Commons/kremlin.ru

Xi calls for PLA to remain combat-ready. The world should be...

The Chinese armed forces remain untested in battle, having last seen active combat in the late 1970s. To bridge the gap, China has asked veterans of foreign militaries to train its personnel.
The NITI Aayog office in New Delhi | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Ocean resources can boost economic growth, Niti Aayog to study how

The new Blue Economy Coordination Committee will be headed by Niti Aayog vice chairman Rajiv Kumar.

Defence

An ordnance factory in India (Representational image) | Broadsword

What is essential defence services Bill and how it will impact...

Strike proposed by employees’ federations of ordnance factories from 26 July, against Modi govt decision to corporatise them, perhaps triggered introduction of the Bill.

Return of the Muslim: From Modi ‘sermon’ to Pathaan to Bharat...

Most key Hindutva/RSS objectives have been achieved, and Modi & BJP now need social calm, at least till summer of 2024. A de-escalation of some sort is on.