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Niharika Tagotra is a Researcher at the IPCS' China Research Programme (CRP). Her research interests include energy security, nuclear and renewable energy policies, and the political economy of climate change. She is pursuing an MPhil from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, focusing on the energy aspects of Indian foreign policy. She has also trained at the Institute of Plasma Research, Ahmedabad; the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam; and has worked as a Project Assistant at the Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) of France. She holds a BSc in Physics from the University of Delhi, an MTech in Nuclear Technology from the University of Delhi, and an MS in Nuclear Plant Designing from the University of Paris.

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Bihar Fiasco is a Wake Up Call for Opposition To Infuse New Blood, Connect With Mass and Junk Dynasties, Firstpost, 29 July 2017

Sikkim Border Row: India Must Hold Ground in Doka La Region, Save Bhutan from Falling into Hands of Chinese, Firstpost, 25 July 2017

Look Beyond the Usual, Daily Excelsior, 24 July 2017


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