Buying ‘China-made’ dreams in Nepal

Shalini Sharma

With China taking greater interest in the internal politics of Nepal and funding several projects in the country, all eyes in the neighbourhood are on the Himalayan nation. However, as most of the projects awarded to Chinese firms lie in limbo and mired in cost-overrun, it is time that Kathmandu pauses to evaluate its engagement with the dragon

Shalini Sharma


A Lie is a Lie is a Lie

Rupa Gulab

I’m guessing every Indian citizen and his/her dog/cat/hamster now knows that Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief of Republic TV, told a big fat lie.

Regional tug of war

Sanjay Kapoor

On May 5, the Indian space agency fired a meteorological and communication satellite to provide mapping and early warning to countries of South Asia including Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan,

"Our Relationship with India is Growing"

Saud M. Al-Sati, ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, discusses foreign policy and other matters in an interview with Hardnews
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Reporting in a post-truth world

Sanjay Kapoor

Ever since Narendra Modi came to power in 2014, those aligned with his ideology have been openly derisive of journalists they say oppose the BJP.

Digital Security: Staring at a Digital Nightmare

Nikhil Thiyyar

Digital security in India is akin to a house with open doors and windows. Anyone could walk in and rob the safe. Is the government being imprudent in pushing digitisation without taking care of cyber security?
Abeer Kapoor & Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi

Conflict of Interest. What’s that?

Hardnews Bureau

Donald Trump’s presidency could soon get ensnared in the several conflicts of interest that his vested interests could create
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Palestine helping India secure release of 39 abducted workers from ISIS

A Palestinian diplomatic source contradicts earlier claims of a survivor that all the 39 workers were killed
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Afghanistan: An MoU for chaos

Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

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