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National Conference on 'India and the Global Balance of Power: Strategic Implications' on August 6, 2015 in Turiyananda Hall, the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Golpark, Kolkata


The 4th edition of the Annual K Subrahmanyam Memorial Lecture
Interactive session with Dr Michael Kugelman on Tuesday, 4th November 2014 (at 11.30 AM), in the Seminar Hall, Ground Floor, P G Arts Building (Department of International Relations), Jadavpur University, Kolkata, on ‘US-India Relations post-2014 and Possible Trajectories for India-Pakistan Relations’

The third edition of the Annual K Subrahmanyam Memorial Lecture

GIF-MAKAIAS-ICAF expedition to Central Asia
International Conference on ‘Iran’s Eurasian Dynamic: Mapping Regional and Extra-Regional Interests’, on 13th -14th February 2013 at India International Centre, New Delhi.
The Outlook Report,
The Asianage Report

Panel Discussion on
Foreign Policy Challenges in India’s Near East
Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities Auditorium, 10th Floor, University of Calcutta, Alipore Campus, Tuesday, 9th October 2012

Report on the Special Address by Shri Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Haryana
on ‘All round development of youth in Haryana: by greater opportunities of education and sports’
on 4th October, 2012 at IIC, New Delhi

New Report

The Fifth Annual K Subrahmanyam Memorial Lecture                  


Till recently, domestic constrains imposed by the socio-economic imperatives faced by an emerging and developing nation, lack of economic or military superiority, and the preoccupation of the developed world with the cold war have restricted our ability to be an influential global player. Within these limitations, we have, by and large, managed to uphold our national interests without making many compromises.Today, the situation is completely different. An emerging economy, strong conventional forces and acknowledged nuclear capability and our ability to influence international affairs has been recognised by the world at large, and the major powers in particular.

Conceived by a diverse group of professionals including retired civil servants, service officers, businessmen and academia from all over India, the Foundation is an initiative to contribute in India's efforts to realise its aspirations of playing a meaningful and constructive role in regional and global affairs and promote international interdependence. The Foundation will strive to enhance the spirit of Indianness through its projects and explore measures to strengthen national resilience in its various facets .

Copyright: Global India Foundation, 2011 Best view @ 1024 by 768 Screen Resolutions


E Article

E-Article on Prime Minister’s Japan Visit by Prof. Omprakash Mishra, Professor of International Relations, Jadavpur University & Member Secretary, Global India Foundation 


Report on 2nd Annual Krishnaswamy Subrahmanyam Memorial Lecture, by Amb. Shyam Saran,
Wednesday, 29th August, 2012
India International Centre, New Delhi

Special Address on ‘Financial Security and International Interdependence’ by Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Hon’ble Finance Minister, Govt. of India (FM’s Speech)

IAW Launch

International Conference on India Vietnam Ties:Retrospect and Prospect, February 14, 2012, IIC New Delhi
International Conference on India Myanmar Relations:Strengthening Ties and Deepening Engagement, February 15, 2012, IIC New Delhi (
The Economic Times Report )

International Conference on ‘India’s Eurasian Endeavour: Rediscoveries and Reformulations’,September 29-30, 2011


Establishment of IASGR


Small Steps, Giant Changes
A West Bengal Rural Education and Livelihood Programme