Punjab

Cocaine, Colonial Calcutta and Byomkesh Bakshi

Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Punjab: ‘Those who live in border areas are extremely backward’

Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

ESCOBAR-E-PUNJAB

Punjab is faced with a serious crisis. Drugs have become synonymous with the business and political classes. Narcotics are coming in, and a multibillion-crore-rupee international cartel is sending them out as well
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Controlling the narrative

Sanjay Kapoor

Small towns wake up early. In Dinanagar, Gurdaspur district, Punjab, terrorists woke up India at 5.30 am when they began shooting innocent people.

Khalistan: Sikh diaspora supports local action

The rise in militancy among Sikhs is more than a national issue; recent eruptions are testaments to resentment that has brewed since 1984, and may be strongest among those abroad
Hardnews Bureau Chandigarh 

Agriculture: DEATH OF A FARMER

Flawed government policies and the domination of the Maharashtra sugar lobby are driving sugarcane farmers to suicide

1984: From cultural violence to genocide

Preetika Nanda Delhi 

‘Jaitley is running around like a rabbit with its tail cut off’

Face to Face: Amarinder Singh
Sadiq Naqvi Amritsar

If it hurts, let’s heal wounds

Sanjay Kapoor

The horrors of partition still live inside us. An entire generation of Indians and Pakistanis have journeyed through this living nightmare more than 60 years ago.

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