Jyotika Teckchandani

Jyotika Teckchandani

Assistant Professor

Jyotika Teckchandani teaches at Amity Institute of Social Sciences, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh. Her expertise includes Gender, International Politics, Foreign Policy Analysis, Indian and West Asian Politics.

Opinions/Stories

Coronavirus crisis:  A lot needs to be done for the migrant labour

As the coronavirus lockdown hit migrant labourers the hardest, a lot needs to be done for them

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PM Narendra Modi led from the front in the fight against coronavirus crisis in India

 Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India managed quite well to combat coronavirus crisis

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Nothing political about Justice Ranjan Gogoi's nomination to Rajya Sabha

It is misnomer to think that the nomination of a judge in the Parliament amounts to compromising the independence of Judiciary

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Analysing global response to India's Citizenship Amendment ACT

It is imperative that government undertake a course correction to CAA and effectively reach out to the outside world with convincing arguments that the Act is not discriminatory

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Ayodhya verdict heals wounds of all parties

Ayodhya verdict has brought relief to all the parties involved in the dispute.

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Examining security implications of Turkish invasion of Syria

India needs to be vigilant and must not allow Turkish nefarious design to affect its peace and stability. 

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How does Gulf crisis affect India

India must come up with a strategy to cope with the emerging crisis in the Gulf which may affect the uninterrupted supply of the oil

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How India should address emerging challenges in the Gulf

India needs the USA and Israel to outset the influence of China-Pakistan axis

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Under PM Narendra Modi's leadership, India has earned significant status in global arena

Under PM Narendra Modi's India has achieved a new sense of dignity and status in the South Asian region.

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Algerian Spring: Will it change the Arab course?

The outrage among citizens is the result of increasing unemployment, inequality, precarious work conditions, inflation, deteriorating social and economic conditions

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2019 elections to be a game changer for women in Israeli politics?

The advocates for women are optimistic that in the upcoming elections, to be held on April 9, female representation will reach higher levels

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Women woes: Saudi Arabia continues to stifle dissent

In Saudi Arabia, women lives are governed by the guardianship or Wilaya system. Under this, a woman must have her male guardian's permission to rent an apartment, undergo elective medical…

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Women electorate to play an important role in Lok Sabha elections 2019

The government is known for its numerous women-centred policies. It's yet to be seen whether women electorate will continue to support PM Modi now as he remains a popular figure among Indian women…

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Bigger challenges lie ahead as UN completes 73 years

UN General Secretary António Guterres has admitted that the global institution is facing severe financial crisis and has appealed the member states to pay their dues.

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Opinion: Will the Modi government repeat 2014 victory in 2019?

PM Modi is being perceived as the most decisive leader our country has seen in the recent years.

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