Who’s US to tell India what weapons it must buy for its’ own defence?

Ashish Shukla

12th January 2020
I was seven when the United States sent its nuclear-powered Seventh Fleet to Bay of Bengal to scare India during the 1971 Indo-Pak War. Nearly half a century on,...

Gassed to death: A tragedy India finds difficult to live down

Ashish Shukla

8th December 2019
There were men, women and children, thousands of them, bursting through gates of the Bhopal railway platform, emitting a tornado of wails, the crushing pressure dropping...

Not just Pakistan, there is another country which makes India lose its cool

Ashish Shukla

25th November 2019
If there is one country besides Pakistan which draws hiss and roar from India, it is Turkey and a series of unprecedented measures by New Delhi in recent times lends...

Western Media: Modi’s new India has learnt to ignore the barking dogs

Ashish Shukla

21th November 2019
    Who’s afraid of Western media? Certainly not Modi’s India. The telltale signs of recent times convey a stunning departure from India of old...

Lessons to learn from the coup in Bolivia

Newsbred Staff

20th November 2019
(A brilliant piece in Moon of Alabama is reproduced here with gratitude as it holds lessons for India’s democracy and gives the readers an insight why the EVM...

“Presstitutes embedded in the pay of the CIA”

Russia Insider

19th November 2019
Udo Ulfkotte’s amazing book, Gekaufte Journalisten (Bought Journalists) was published by Kopp Verlag in 2014. The book was a sensation and sold 1,500,000...

India’s border woes: A legacy of Colonialism, geography and Pakistan

Ashish Shukla

18th November 2019
India is shouting from the rooftop it has made no transgressions across its eastern borders in neighbouring Nepal but it has made no difference to latter whose prime...

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