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Modi anguished at Parliament logjam; and “papri-chaat” snide remark
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was deeply “anguished” at the conduct of Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’ Brien who mentioned the passing of 12 bills in the...

New findings confirm worst fears on India's poor

Ashish Shukla

2nd August 2015

The preliminary results of the Socio-Economic Caste Census (SECC) are out.

Terrorists used US security device in attack

Ashish Shukla

30th July 2015

The night vision device used by three terrorists who stormed a police station in Dinanagar in Punjab on Monday is the same as the one used by the United States security personnel,...

Tsipras: Blackmailed or a "Trojan Horse"?

Ashish Shukla

28th July 2015

"The Prime Minister (Alexis Tsipras) was blackmailed, that is sure," thus spoke George Romanis, Greek Secretary General on Social Services, on a television station last week.

Greek bailout is not a “done” thing yet

Ashish Shukla

23rd July 2015

The third international bailout of Greece isn’t a done thing yet even though a credit line of 900 million euro has been forwarded by its creditors, the Troika of European...

Shia-Sunni angle in India and WikiLeaks

Ashish Shukla

21st July 2015

Wikileaks cables last week showed Saudi Arabia as perennially obsessed with Shia Iran and using charities and humanitarian aids around the world to trigger sectarian violence...

Desperate India could compromise security

Ashish Shukla

19th July 2015

India’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) has agreed to make its first technological transfer to a private player by awarding Larsen and Toubro (L & T) the contract to...

Modi boost for Iran-Oman-India gas pipeline

Ashish Shukla

18th July 2015

Everyone expected Indian prime minister Narendra Modi to lay out a concrete roadmap for TAPI, that is Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India gas pipeline on his visit to Ashgabat...

Germany unpopular again in Europe

Ashish Shukla

17th July 2015

The sand of hourglass has passed. Greece has stayed in Europe. Anti-austerity referendum has been trashed. Creditors have been assured of payouts. The United States of Europe...

Iran deal could be a smokescreen

Ashish Shukla

15th July 2015

The “historic” nuclear deal between Iran and five world powers could go either way—either it brings up a nuclear smoke in the Middle-East or it could be the start...

Madrasas: A dissenting voice

Ashish Shukla

13th July 2015

The pro-right Maharashtra government of Indian state wants madrasas (place of dars, i.e. teaching) to go beyond Islam and include science, maths and physics in its...

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