Parul Chandra has been a journalist for nearly three decades and has worked with various media organisations, among them The Times of India, The Financial Express and The Statesman. She has also been a recipient of the Chevening fellowship for young journalists.
In recent years, she has been writing on foreign affairs as an independent journalist, keeping a close eye on how India's foreign policy is shaping up to deal with new and varied challenges thrown up by a changing world order. India’s immediate and extended neighborhood and the manner in which New Delhi handles bilateral relations with them in ties that can often be fraught remains is a matter of particular interest. Over the course of many years, she has had the opportunity to travel to Bhutan, Kazakhstan, UK, France, South Korea, Malaysia and Brunei and write on India’s bilateral relations with these countries.
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Editor’s Note There is a race on in the Indian Ocean between the Chinese and the Indians to extend influence and create assets that could serve the two countries in extending their geo-polit... Read more
Editor’s Note After protracted apprehensions to the contrary, PM Modi has confirmed his presence at the CHOGM Summit from 16 to 20 April. Often considered as moribund body, CHOGM has regaine... Read more