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How to Derail Democracy

Is the army on the ascent in Pakistan, where all signs are pointing to a weakening of the democratically elected government of Sharif?
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

It need not be Japan or China for India

For two countries that so distrust each other, they sure do a lot of business together
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi

BIZARRE, THE NEW NORMAL

Sanjay Kapoor

On July 17, a scheduled Malaysian Airlines aircraft, MH 17, that took off from Amsterdam’s Schipol airport, was shot down over war-torn Ukraine.

Serious about Looking East?

Something is brewing in Thailand, and it is in India’s interest to take interactions with its troubled neighbour to a new level
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Middle Way Out

Modi’s West Asian balancing act maintains ties by remaining ambiguous
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Game of Arms behind the Farce

Coming out of the pro-Israel closet, India has ended up becoming the biggest customer of its ‘field-tested’ defence weaponry
Sabika Zehra Delhi 

Save Gaza!

Protesters outside the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi, to protest against Israel's air strikes in the Gaza Strip resulting in civilian casualties. They chanted slogans like "free Pal

THE CASE OF THE MISSING INDIAN

Beena Sarwar

On July 1, the Peshawar High Court directed Pakistan’s defence and interior ministries to provide full information about an Indian national, Hamid Ansari, who disappeared from the mountainous Kohat

THE CASE OF THE MISSING INDIAN

On July 1, the Peshawar High Court directed Pakistan’s defence and interior ministries to provide full information about an Indian national, Hamid Ansari, who disappeared from the mountainous Kohat

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