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Geelani quits Hurriyat; sees writing on the wall

Senior Hurriyat Conference leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who was once known as most ardent voice to articulate Pakistan stance in the Kashmir Valley,...

India stares at a failing Afghan policy

US Congress has now been front-loaded with a report on Afghanistan by its think-tank, the Congressional Research Service (CRS), which is a double whammy...

Hold your horses, Kashmir still has unfinished business

Kashmir was a game which the Centre played with political parties, Pakistan and the world. It was a bout without an end, round after...

Pak blogger hacked for tweet against new ISI chief

The murder of famous blogger Muhammad Bilal within hours of appointment of Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed as the new head of the Inter-Services Intelligence...

Alam, ‘poster-boy’ of stone-pelters, spills beans

The nabbed Kashmiri separatist leader Masarat Alam, “poster-boy” of stone-pelters, has confessed to NIA (National Investigation Agency) during his custodial interrogation that Pakistan-based agents...

Delimitation: Amit Shah set to make early move in Kashmir Valley

Delhi has little control in Kashmir Valley. Out of 87 seats in the assembly, 46 are reserved for Kashmir region and 37 for Jammu...

Why Pakistan is unlikely to act against Masood Azhar

Masood Azhar is now a designated UN-sanctioned global terrorist. The enemy of India is flat on his four in the ring. Twenty years ago, this...

Don’t forgive or forget this ‘Deep State’ which echoes Pakistan

India commanded attention from its citizens in the last two weeks.  In an uninterrupted stretch, Pulwama was followed by counter-attack on JeM in the...

Sidhu has done few dumber things in life

Navjot Singh Sidhu has done few dumber things in his life than going to Pakistan in the swearing-in ceremony of his “friend” Imran Khan....

Soz now has Sardar Patel on target; and Congress is silent

Controversial Congress leader Saifuddin Soz launched his book in the Capital on Monday. Two things were of interest to average Indians: (a) Would Congress...

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