Modi's churn of silence is taming the beast of protests

Ashish Shukla

6th February 2020
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi could well end up taming the beast which hogged the headlines and filled the streets for two months now in protest against a new...

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...

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...

India joins the perception war in Kashmir in earnest

Ashish Shukla

1st November 2019
Liberals are aghast that a largely right-wing group of Members of European Parliament (MEP) were recently in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir to form a first-hand...

Mr Imran Khan, this is why you can’t do much on Kashmir

Ashish Shukla

3rd October 2019
Pakistan is unlikely to keep up with its hostile words or action on Kashmir if the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meet in Paris on October 13-18 goes as planned.

September 27: When Modi and Imran would address the UN

Newsbred Staff

25th September 2019
On September 27, Indian and Pakistan’s prime ministers, Narendra Modi and Imran Khan, would address the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Much would be...

Iran feels let down by India and rightly so

Ashish Shukla

11th September 2019
Iran has shown its hurt on India which has unilaterally stopped the import of its oil, unwilling to stand in the corner of the adversaries of the United States.

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