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India’s Act East Policy and Its Relations with Vietnam (Part 3)
Both India and Vietnam belong to a region that holds enormous potential, but also many challenges. We have a strong convergence of interests in working together, … or a stable, peaceful and prosperous Asia. ....Vietnam’s emergence as one of the most vibrant economies in the Asia Pacific region is greatly welcomed by India, especially because we regard Vietnam as a trusted and privileged strategic partner and an important pillar of our Look East Policy

India’s Act East Policy and Its Relations with Vietnam (Part 2)
Both India and Vietnam belong to a region that holds enormous potential, but also many challenges. We have a strong convergence of interests in working together, … or a stable, peaceful and prosperous Asia. ....Vietnam’s emergence as one of the most vibrant economies in the Asia Pacific region is greatly welcomed by India, especially because we regard Vietnam as a trusted and privileged strategic partner and an important pillar of our Look East Policy.

India’s Act East Policy and Its Relations with Vietnam (Part 1)
Both India and Vietnam belong to a region that holds enormous potential, but also many challenges. We have a strong convergence of interests in working together, … or a stable, peaceful and prosperous Asia. ....Vietnam’s emergence as one of the most vibrant economies in the Asia Pacific region is greatly welcomed by India, especially because we regard Vietnam as a trusted and privileged strategic partner and an important pillar of our Look East Policy

India – Vietnam Relations in the Context of Globalization and New Security Challenges
The paper will address India-Vietnam relations within the broad framework of the challenges of globalization that developing countries face and the strategies they can adopt to overcome those challenges, particularly in the context of trade and investment issues; and the new security challenges they face with a rising and assertive China that is prepared to violate international norms and conduct and even ready to use force to promote its so-called ‘core interests’.

Yoga and Spirituality
Spirituality is a harmonious blend of outer silence and inner celebration and also inner silence and outer celebration. Spirituality is nothing to be afraid of or must not be misunderstood, it’s simply kindling your very natural self, the spirit, energy or consciousness deep within. Any time you are confused, your mind is in conflict, practice yoga. You will see that clarity dawns right away. Yoga stops the endless activity of the mind.

What Indian Culture is?
The Indian culture is described as 'Sa Prathama Sanskrati Vishvavara' --- the first and the supreme culture in the world. It is honored as a divine culture. The core of Indian culture, as shaped by the revered rishis, revolves around the principle of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' --- treating the entire world as our own family, which reflects universality of serene love, altruism, sharing of responsibilities and caring for all beings

India - Vietnam Relations in Emerging East Asia (Part 3)
To appreciate the depth, dynamics and import of India-Vietnam relationship, instead of employing the narrow prism of bilateral relations, one needs to keep in view the remarkable transformation East Asia is undergoing. It is because increasingly developments in the larger East Asian region in general and Southeast Asia in particular that are becoming the principal drivers behind the major spurt India-Vietnam relations are witnessing at present. Hence, in the following the paper proposes to briefly examine the shifts occurring in the region and their implications andin that backdrop contextualize India’s relations with Vietnam.

India - Vietnam Relations in Emerging East Asia (Part 2)
To appreciate the depth, dynamics and import of India-Vietnam relationship, instead of employing the narrow prism of bilateral relations, one needs to keep in view the remarkable transformation East Asia is undergoing. It is because increasingly developments in the larger East Asian region in general and Southeast Asia in particular that are becoming the principal drivers behind the major spurt India-Vietnam relations are witnessing at present. Hence, in the following the paper proposes to briefly examine the shifts occurring in the region and their implications andin that backdrop contextualize India’s relations with Vietnam.

India - Vietnam Relations in Emerging East Asia (Part 1)
To appreciate the depth, dynamics and import of India-Vietnam relationship, instead of employing the narrow prism of bilateral relations, one needs to keep in view the remarkable transformation East Asia is undergoing. It is because increasingly developments in the larger East Asian region in general and Southeast Asia in particular that are becoming the principal drivers behind the major spurt India-Vietnam relations are witnessing at present. Hence, in the following the paper proposes to briefly examine the shifts occurring in the region and their implications andin that backdrop contextualize India’s relations with Vietnam.

“Better To Conquer Hearts Than Citadels” (Part 2)
Literary horizon is unlimited. It has no limited edition. It is beyond the border. It may be a soft power but has the strength to take the humanity on the path of peace, development and happiness. It is a powerful tool against war, greed, exploitation and a refuge to the suffering words and people as Icelandic poet of our time Sigudur Palsson says “ Poetical dimension of language must kept alive and defended because it fights all kind of one-sidedness, all kinds of unilateral thinking. Language and the use of language is a battle-field. All kind of powers, financial, ideological and political powers are trying all the time to impose their one dimensional meaning to words, chosen once and all”.