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India, Pakistan urged to resume talks

Joint statement by Indian and Pakistani delegation presses for civilised resolution to dispute and conflict
Shazia Nigar Delhi 

Goodbye, Sindh; Hello, World

A Partition Diary

Jyoti Gulab Delhi 

Watch Your Tweet, Minister

Cyberspace has yielded a novel way for the citizenry to hold politicians accountable for their contradictory stances and failed promises
Shazia Nigar Delhi 

The Case for an Intelligible Agency

Why are Indian intelligence agencies allowed to run like a cabal, when their counterparts abroad follow the basic statutes for transparency?
Shazia Nigar Delhi 

Fear Haunts Sikhs in Pakistan

The business community is gripped with terror after the murder of three Sikh shopkeepers in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province
Arshad Yusufzai Karachi  

The truth is in the tea

Analysts are pressed to divine meaning in the synchrony of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to India with troop manoeuvres on the border 
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 

CHANGE IS LIKE A CRUMPLED FACSIMILE

Sanjay Kapoor

F or several weeks now demonstrators in Hong Kong have been occupying one of the few open spaces — Central — in densely built Hong Kong.

US visit: Modi hangs tough

In his first trip to the United States as Prime Minister, Narendra Modi gives little away
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Newsline Editor’s Note: September 2014

A poorly scripted TV serial would not have provided the Pakistani nation with more intrigue, drama, fireworks and sizzle than the events of the last few weeks
Rehana Hakim Karachi

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