Trump’s Muddled Asia policy

Washington is increasingly conveying mixed signals regarding how it wants to deal with the foreign policy challenges in the Korean peninsula. The results are not pretty
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

From Media to 'Modia'

Rupa Gulab

America is great again, despite Donald Trump. Media resistance in the face of an authoritarian regime is a heartening thing to see.

Déjà vu

Sanjay Kapoor

NDTV’s promoter, Prannoy Roy, did not conceal his gratification at the solidarity expressed by media persons and several superannuated editors at the Press Club in New Delhi after his premises were

Saharanpur’s Ground Zero

A month after violence erupted between Dalits and Thakurs in Shabbirpur village, tension still simmers below the surface. As the government transfers senior police officers and moves to contain the damage, will the Dalits be appeased ahead of the crucial municipal elections?
Shalini Sharma Saharanpur

Killing them Softly

Paytm may soon have a monopoly in the booming digital wallet space. The impending sale of FreeCharge at the behest of SoftBank has something to do with it
Nikhil Thiyyar Delhi 

Agrarian Riots: The Countryside is on Fire

Five farmers were shot down by the Madhya Pradesh Police force in a merciless manner.

“Any attacks in the future in Kabul will be entirely by the pro-Pakistan groups who want to create a new bogey — the ISIS bogey”

Hardnews Foreign Policy spoke with Anand Arni after the recent terror attacks in Kabul, which killed 120 people. The interview touched up the possible causes for the recent spurt in violence, the involvement of Pakistan and the complicated scenario unfolding in the war-torn country

Health: Where is the cure?

While allocating more funds to biomedical research and development will help, the problem also calls for a more serious course correction at several levels
Shalini Sharma Delhi

Palekar PIL Could Change Censorship Law

Palekar’s PIL provides the perfect platform to the Supreme Court to re-examine the legislation and provide directions to the centre and authorities to tweak the law, once again, to match the need of the moment
Gajanan Khergamker Delhi

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