Representational image for women nurses | Photo: ANI
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Why countries are offering better pay packets for Indian nurses

The demand for Indian nurses has risen across the globe since the Covid-19 outbreak, and has now hit record levels as countries begin vaccination drives and prepare for possible future waves or pandemics, writes Himani Chandna.

How India is re-engaging with China and Pakistan

With an eye on the new Biden administration in the US, climate change and its own sputtering economy, India is slowly changing its rigid foreign policy, particularly with regard to India and China, writes Jyoti Malhotra.

India turned copper importer from exporter in 3 yrs, so Pak stepped in

India was a major copper exporter but with the shutting down of Sterlite plant, it has now turned into a net importer, and this has been advantageous to Pakistan, writes Remya Nair.

An unending quest — Search for life on Mars continues despite 35 failed missions 

There have been 35 failed attempts since the 1960s but despite the failures, missions to Mars continue because there is immense knowledge to be gleaned from the planet about our own existence and evolution, writes Sandhya Ramesh.

Why Army will no longer order its potent 118 Arjun Mk-1A Main Battle Tanks

The Army is looking for medium-weight tanks and lighter ones for certain areas like hills, riverines and islands. As such it no longer requires the heavy 118 Arjun Mk-1A tanks that can weigh 68.5 tonnes, writes Snehesh Alex Philip.

Why Congress must lose the assembly polls to stay united

D.K. Singh writes on what the Congress needs to do to revive itself, in the face of  not poor electoral results but also the ever growing dissent.

On Rahul Gandhi, his abs, a sinking Congress and a marauding Modi govt

We can harbour complaints of the Modi government undermining institutions, misusing agencies, bringing in discriminatory laws and rail-roading legislations but they will do little to deter the government as on all key issues, the Congress is missing in action, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s National Interest.

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