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When farmers engaged in the ongoing agitation around Delhi and their supporters passionately recite Sahir Ludhianvi, one realises that the man who modestly called himself pal-[...]
When Nepal’s embattled Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli and some of his communist colleagues performed the unusual duty of praying at the historic Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu, t[...]
Pakistan’s entertainment industry, going by media reports, is increasingly conscious that political relations with India are unlikely to improve anytime soon, lengthening any prosp[...]
The way Pakistan deals with militancy-related cases, their being investigated and tried by its judiciary has striking similarities. There are huge delays, when concerned officials [...]
What happens when a nation’s parliament is dissolved despite the government enjoying huge majority, when the ruling party splits and the prime minister is expelled? And what surmis[...]
Speculation is rife in Pakistan that ‘selection’ – as the opposition parties have been alleging – of Imran Khan to rule after the 2018 elections was an attempt by the country’s mil[...]
It is sad that when India is poised to fight back Covid-19 pandemic with the help of a vaccine it has produced in collaboration with the British, it will not be hosting British Pri[...]
I have never been a lawmaker, but am seized by nostalgia now that India’s Parliament Complex is set to go, replaced by another. A parliamentary correspondent for long, I am aware I[...]
Those applauding the election of Kamala Harris, the first woman Vice President of the United States would do well to look at South Asia, the region where her mother was born.     T[...]
Among the many things small and big that govern India-Pakistan relationship there is one that can be called “why-not-me” aspirations. Whatever one wants, the other disputes it and [...]