An average Indian is not used to being compared, that too, negatively, with a small neighbour. It is considered infra dig (prathsitha se pratikul). In Bangladesh, it has a neighbou[...]
On August 4 thus year, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and his Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi issued a new map of their country of which Jammu and Kashmir was the obvious[...]
A thin line always exists within Pakistan’s domestic politics and diplomacy and cultural ties with India, the latter significantly represented by Bollywood, as the Hindi film indus[...]
With nostalgia as its ‘weapon’, Pakistan plans to unleash soft-power warfare on India and Bollywood lovers everywhere as never before. A museum complex is being planned in Peshawar[...]
Pakistan’s film industry going by its media reports, is again facing serious problems and is looking for a way to revive. The government of Prime Minister Imran Khan is looki[...]
Welcoming the August 13 US-brokered peace deal that has already begun the process of “complete normalisation” of relations between Israel and the UAE, India has called the West Asi[...]
A historic dispute between two ASEAN member states, the Philippines and Malaysia, over the Malaysian State of Sabah on Borneo Island has resurfaced amidst the pandemic, potentially[...]
Last December, after witnessing Bangladesh’s ‘Bijoy Divas’, the day in 1971 Pakistani military had surrendered to Indian and Bangladeshi joint command, I experienced a sad, solemn [...]
Cross-border COVID-19 concerns continue to shape the coverage in sections of Pakistani media dealing with entertainment. So Bollywood and its stars become the top news whatever be [...]
Critics who characterise Pakistan as a nation preoccupied with national security have raised eyebrows at the combative and curious presence of controversial American blogger and tr[...]