Instead of clichéd nationalism and official discourse, the people of Nepal and India can creatively redefine their relations Anil Bhattarai Kathmandu/Toronto
India seems to be left out in the cold due to strategic confusion and lack of foresight among its security managers on Af-Pak policy Zorawar Daulet Singh Delhi
What implications can China’s military modernisation and strategic manoeuvers have on South Asia and the world? Jayadeva Ranade Delhi
This bomb polemic completely ignores the fact that we are dealing with weapons of mass destruction that can kill thousands Rakhi Chakrabarty Delhi
Dr Rachel Dwyer grew up on the films of Satyajit Ray but today she cannot have enough of Bollywood. The professor of Indian studies and cinema at the London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) is already the author of nearly a dozen books on Indian cinema and has written the biography of Yash Chopra. Mehru Jaffer
The issues Jinnah outlined still haunt India and Pakistan today Beena Sarwar Karachi
What happens if another ten come from the same sea route and create mayhem, even while we protect the Taj as if nothing else matters?
Travelling after dark is a challenge that every working woman undertakes in Delhi, but it’s not a pleasant experience and anything can happen
Where media and politicos go berserk with frenzy annually celebrating the Kargil victory, why does this nation treat its war heroes with such organised disdain?
If Shahrukh Khan is asked to wait for a couple of hours for questioning at a US airport, the Indian media screams that 'national honour is at stake'. However, when a disabled Kargil war soldier lives in complete anonymity with abysmally low pension, there is universal silence.