Al-Balili mosque bombed in Sanna

SANAA:- A headgear is seen on the ground at the al-Balili mosque after two bombings hit the mosque in Yemen's capital Sanaa September 24, 2015.


Net Neutrality: Curating the Internet

By showcasing stories on the diverse uses of the Internet, Hardnews and the Internet Democracy Project explain how an illiberal Internet will affect your lives
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Balochistan: ‘Whenever they talk about negotiation and peace they mean to hit us harder than before’

Baloch separatist leader Hyrbyair Marri, the son of veteran Baloch national leader Nawab Khair Baksh Marri, has been fighting for an independent Balochistan from London where he i

Diplomacy: ‘Egypt-India coordination is crucial to defend the interests of countries from the South’

The articulate Egyptian Ambassador to India, Hatem Tageldin, is optimistic that the relationship between the two countries will get better
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Syria: Too Little, Too Late?

Sanjay Kapoor

Syria has seen unmitigated destruction but it has taken the picture of a little drowned child to stir the West’s conscience
Sanjay kapoor Delhi 

‘India can be one of the first countries to benefit from the Iran nuclear deal'

Exclusive interview with Gholamreza Ansari, Iranian Ambassador to New Delhi, who spoke on ISIS and changing equation between Israelis and Americans following the Iran nuclear deal
Sanjay Kapoor & Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

‘ISIS’ in Afghanistan: Spectre or Mirage?

The declared goals of ISIS are territorial conquest and the establishment of a worldwide Islamic Caliphate, ahead of a predicted apocalypse of Islamic theology. Is Afghanistan on their radar?
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‘We are confused! The onus lies on India to walk the talk’

Exclusive interview with Adnan Abu Alhaija, Palestinian Ambassador to New Delhi, who spoke on Indo- Palestine political relations, ISIS and the Iran nuclear deal
Sanjay Kapoor and Sadiq Naqvi 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
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