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In case of war, would US rush to India’s defence?

Ashish Shukla

19th June 2020

Behind their pandemic-induced masks, Indians have a floating question on their lips: What if China was to pour into India and spank us like it did in 1962.

Soldiers have done their bit with lives; what are we doing for our India

Ashish Shukla

18th June 2020

All of us are grieved for our dead soldiers in Ladakh. That all of us want a retribution. That the government is literally closing doors on Chinese telecom equipment...

A muscular India gives its army a “free hand” to knock sense in China

Ashish Shukla

17th June 2020

It would be a grave misjudgement to believe that China has walked over India in a physical showdown in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh on Monday.

Sushant and Gaurav: What’s the connection we all need to know?

Ashish Shukla

16th June 2020

Death has hovered around us in recent months. Corona Virus pandemic allows us only incremental life; not a free-flowing one. We are not allowed to forget we are mere...

Jobs lost, coffers empty: The myth of Indian media’s independence

Shantanu Guha Ray

15th June 2020

In three months flat, hundreds of journalists and camera persons have lost jobs in India’s big media industry that is considered to be among the largest in the...

Next time you quote them on Dalits, put them to this neutrality test

Ashish Shukla

14th June 2020

There is little gain-saying that Dalits have not suffered in India. They have been raped, murdered, discriminated against, distanced from wells and temples and...

Delhi voters cruel lesson: Freebies are not governance

Ashish Shukla

13th June 2020

The unfolding Corona pandemic disaster in India’s capital Delhi is a reminder to voters that freebies aren’t the yardstick to elect a government.

US State Department Report on Indian Muslims: What’s the truth?

Salman Haider

12th June 2020

I am an Indian Muslim who read with interest the report of US State Department on international Religious Freedom this Friday morning.  

Abusing Hanuman: Where’s the leash to deter the barking Netflix

Ashish Shukla

9th June 2020

I once heard Salman Rushdie say: “I might be indifferent to religion but if it acts as a balm to billions, who am I to quarrel with.” This is a perfect...

US riots have all but secured Donald Trump’s re-election

Ashish Shukla

8th June 2020

If riots are the moment which sank the bobbing mass, be fairly sure that Donald Trump would not only float but sail to the promised land of US re-election this November. ...

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