Opposition forms front to oust Imran Khan in Pakistan; Rallies from October

Bhumika Arora

21th September 2020
Major opposition parties in Pakistan on Sunday has given a formal shape to their alliance with the name of ‘Pakistan Democratic Movement’ (PDM) and demanded...

The misfortune of being in Pakistan which believes it’s “Shia Virus”

Sanjay K. Sharma

12th September 2020
A country carved out of racial hatred, religious animosity, violence and savagery has only that to offer to its people. In the pandemic times of Covid 19, while the...

New India beefs up Mahatma Gandhi in a formidable armour

Ashish Shukla

23th October 2019
India is abuzz with Mahatma Gandhi in the year of his 150th birth anniversary but there is a new version to his message of “ahimsa” (non-violence) which...

Pakistan could be over without Indus water

Ashish Shukla

14th March 2019
If India was to impede the Indus River, Pakistan’s lifeline of irrigation canals will run dry and its agriculture-based economy would be over. 

Reuters and other lies on South China Sea

Newsbred Staff

5th February 2016
Once you have read this piece by Peter Lee, an American, on South China Sea you would start hating your newspapers for the lies they serve up. Ignore it and remain a sucker all...

TAPI pipeline: The Afghan Taliban factor

Newsbred Staff

2nd January 2016
Good news: work on TAPI has begun. Bad news: the Afghan Taliban is has expanded. India’s big dream is at crossroads. New Eastern Outlook investigates.

Modi’s visit to Pakistan: The big picture

Ashish Shukla

26th December 2015
Modi's unscheduled visit to Pakistan has dimensions which would take the lingering Kashmir issue in its stride. 














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