Category Archives: Media

India and China Moving Towards Becoming Chindia; By Jai Kumar Verma

CAS article no. 0087/2016 Courtesy: Aviation and Defence Universe  From conflict to cooperation, the concept of Chindia seems to be the new mantra in the Sino-Indian relationship today. When leaders of India & China meet they represent more than one third world population, two fastest growing economies, having biggest militaries and leading consumers of energy, consequently their relations cordial or hostile effect not only the region but the whole world…. Read Article →

ASEM, Connectivity and Media; By Shastri Ramachandaran

CAS article no. 0083/2016 Courtesy: China.org Twenty years of striving to strengthen understanding, trust and cooperation between two continents through political dialogue, economic cooperation and socio-cultural exchange is a remarkable effort. In the course of these two decades, the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), as the pre-eminent trans-regional forum in this part of the world, has come a long way for its modest beginnings in Bangkok in 1996 attended by 25 Asian… Read Article →

Book Review: Fascinating Cross-border Fourth Estate Comparisons; By Asma Masood

CAS article no. 0076/2016 Courtesy: VIDURA, a journal of the Press Institute of India, Vol. 8, Issue 2, April-June 2016 Robin Jeffrey, Ronojoy Sen, Ed., Media at Work in China and India: Discovering and Dissecting, (SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2015), Rs.995. Be it Beijing or Delhi, the indispensable nature of media cannot be undermined. The volume analyzes the media’s role in India and China in four chapters…. Read Article →