Arundhati ‘Pakistani’ and Ram Sene ‘Patriotic’

Beena Sarwar

This is the nature of the media beast. Who is going to tame it?

Backwards, forward, twisted around

The Taliban's continuous reneging from agreements made with the government may yet turn the tide against them and enable the military to move decisively against them, which it has so far been unable or unwilling to do. Beena Sarwar Karachi

Sinister Design

Rumours about Taliban coming to India may not be all that innocuous. It could be part of a design by Pakistan-based outfits like Lashkar-e-Taiba to trigger fear psychosis in India Rakhi Chakrabarty Delhi

Taliban at the Doorstep?

Taliban capturing Swat. ‘Special Pakistani Forces’ of trained jihadis penetrating the LoC in Kashmir. America playing a double game. Is the Indian government at all serious about this apocalyptic threat? Sanjay Kapoor Hague / Delhi


The Congress is confident of breaking new ground, but going it alone might be a risky venture on the ground Akash Bisht Delhi

Cuban Revolution, today and tomorrow

The revolution is still unfolding, despite the US blockade and relentless hounding of this small island nation. The Cuban ambassador’s critical response to Janette Habel’s article in Hardnews

Who will hang the pig head?

Sanjay Kapoor

Informed sources claim that he was forced to his death as he refused to submit to the unrelenting demands of some corporate houses for favours that they did not merit.

On a high

Upbeat after the BJP-BJD split, Naveen Patnaik is haunted by the ghosts of Kandhamal
Amit Sengupta Bhubaneswar

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