When hate seeps in to the arteries of peace loving societies- neighbors pitched against each other. Those who peddle violence here in our country do not have a clue on what it takes for a country to turn into Syria or Iraq
The government of President Ibrahim Solih does not want to go Sri Lanka’s way and forced to compromise its sovereignty under the weight of the huge Chinese debt. It needs India’s assistance to find out what is its quantum- $ 1.5 billion or $ 3.5 billion
The big challenge for the new government in Male is how to undo the policies of President Yameen
The interim order by the Supreme Court on various petitions puts the messy face-off between the CBI officials, demand of Rafale probe and issues of autonomy of the probe agency on pause mode till Diwali smoke settles down
The return of democracy in this tiny Indian Ocean nation not only constitutes a reversal for the China's much vaunted Belt and Road Initiative, but could also allow India to reassess its battered neighborhood policy
The extraordinary meeting between the two competing Karmapas in France lends a new spin to the upcoming Dharamshala Conference to choose the successor of Dalai Lama. What needs to be seen is will India allow Karmapa's return to India?
In the past five years, farmers have taken to the streets on countless occassions in an attempt to bring clear focus to the crisis of the agrarian sector and time after time the State has shown no restraint in pushing them back
Was he really in the wrong party? Vajpayee laid the foundations for the expansion of the BJP in everyway from its pro-business slant to its position towards minorities in the country
In the shadow of the US’ protectionist and inward-looking policies, a new world order is taking shape with myriad possibilities, making India inch closer towards non-alignment
India is working for a larger purpose to survive in a world where no space is envisaged for the other by an “America First” President
Pakistan army’s attempt to rebuild a war-battered Miranshah in FATA is also premised on creating a narrative and symbols that shows the presence of a foreign hand — India
Before Miranshah in Pakistan’s Waziristan was left in a state of disrepair after the Pakistan army launched a military operation — Zarb-e-Azb — in 2014 to oust the entrenched Pakistan Taliban, this frontier town had built a reputation for Pashtun assertion and the giddy romanticism of the Raj days.
A journey to Pakistan’s FATA revealed how despite the army’s attempts to revive a former frontier town, the scars left behind by the war are still far from getting healed