Who sends kids to study in Pakistan? Well, Kashmiris do: Wake up India

Sant Kumar Sharma

2nd October 2020
Do we need to trust Pakistan? Can we trust Pakistan? Should we trust Pakistan? How are these questions relevant and what is the context? Well, right now we are often...

Uri attack anniversary today: When India decided enough is enough

Sant Kumar Sharma

18th September 2020
In our neighbourhood, we were close to open hostilities on the borders with Pakistan in February 2019 after the Balakot air strikes. These attacks were the result of...

As Pakistan dithers on terrorism, FATF appears no better than paper tigers

Sant Kumar Sharma

15th September 2020
The difference between mere lip service and honest intentions is perhaps not very difficult to gauge. Faced with an unpleasant situation, lip service is usually an...

NIA reveals woman who allegedly pieced together Pulwama attack

Newsbred Staff

27th August 2020
The Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists who carried out the deadly Pulwama attack last year were helped critically by a woman who has now been arrested.

Pakistan, at last, confesses it shelters Dawood Ibrahim in Karachi

Newsbred Staff

22th August 2020
Pakistan’s government has confessed that Dawood Ibrahim lives in Karachi after years of denying it shelters the dreaded underworld don blamed for the 1993 Mumbai...

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...

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.















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