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India elected in three UN Economic and Social Council bodies

India has been elected in at least three UN Economic and Social council bodies: Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ), UN-Women Executive...

How India deals with domestic terrorism: UAPA is not enough

It’s a two-part piece: One, how India deals with domestic terrorism which would be our everyday life from now on. Two, why it would...

First Hafiz and now Lakhvi: A Pakistani smokescreen to hoodwink FATF

Mumbai was attacked by Lashkar e Taiba (LeT) terrorists on 26/11/2008 and 166 people had lost their lives then. The attack was masterminded by...

Farmers have already lost this game: The only option left is violence

Farmers want trouble. They now even don’t want MSP or APMC. Let’s say there are two sets of demands of farmers: One concerns MSP and...

If India Burns (Part II): No longer a question now that Nadda has thrown down the gauntlet

(This is the second part of “If India Burns”, a grim picture of coming days, a forewarning for all of our stakeholders: Majority, minority,...

She was no one’s daughter, without caste, didn’t die too: A horror best told to our own women

Anjali Tiwari apparently was no one’s daughter. She had no caste too. Hers was no death too. For if she was, our English mainstream...

Sikhs, Hindus are fleeing en masse from Afghanistan; But anti-CAAers can’t see their plight

The anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protestors have accused the Indian state of discriminating against Muslims. But these synchronized protests have no answer why their...

India could take heart from success of Russia’s vaccine; own trials soon

Russia’s Coronavirus vaccine, Sputnik V, has now drawn praise from the World Health Organization (WHO). India, which has a deal through Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories...

September 11, 1964: When this man nearly had Article 370 scrapped

It was on August 6, 2019, during the tenure of present Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla that Article 370 was restated and Artcle 35-A...

Haji Pir Pass: How India won it in War’”and gave it away on table!

In October 1965, people from Poonch started travelling to Uri, Baramulla and to Srinagar via Haji Pir Pass on a regular basis after troops...

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