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Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru

“Nehru trusted China more than Tibet”…”it all changed after 2014”

India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru trusted China more than Tibet, said the head of the Tibetan government-in-exile, Sikyong Penpa Tsering, while visiting Washington...

Modi’s ‘Adhir Da’ to Adhir Chowdhury has tongues wagging: Is there a new symmetry emerging in Bengal’s 7th phase?

Five districts. 36 seats. Seventh phase. But Murshidabad it is which could flabbergast most.  It is one of the districts, along with Malda and Uttar...

Modi is India’s greatest prime minister by a distance’”here’s why

The very headline demands a comparison. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru had his own view of India, not the one he shared with his mentor Mahatma...

NAM adrift as helmsman India has better views on horizon

Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) with 120-member countries is second only to the United Nations (UN) in size yet its’ two-day 18th Summit in Baku, Azerbaijan...

Operation Kashmir: Modi wins the world in UN; what next?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is back from the United States. During his sojourn, he had the President of the United States in attendance and...

Guide to nail 5 essential lies on Jammu and Kashmir

You are subjected to five essential lies on Jammu and Kashmir. Please use the below Primer if your teenage daughters, coffee friends or a...

Modi, the best prime minister ever of India

It’s not a small sample size which believes that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the best Prime Minister of India that has ever been...

Now Jammu, and not Kashmir Valley, would call the shots

The game and set are already with the Bharatiya Janata Party vis-à-vis Jammu and Kashmir but the match would be truly over when the...

‘Didi’ in saffron saree? Yes, it’s coming

In politics,  you sleep with strange bedfellows yet the changing tacks of Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee to woo Hindus nobody had seen coming. The...

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