Story Posted on 24-03-2015
BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES | 4-minute read
That people in so-called Azad Kashmir do not have basic freedoms and even Pakistani media are censored and controlled for them.
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The multilingual film is unlike any Indian court drama viewers have seen.
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Instead of doing away with the law, it should have been amended to protect victims of cyber abuse.
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Author of 'The Sibius Knot' reflects on new books on the capital along with her own.
New Zealand's Grant Elliott struck Dale Steyn for six to give the World Cup co-hosts an epic four-wicket victory.
Breaking views | 1-minute read
Modi's acche dine, cinema's burre din.
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In all of America's errors Saudi Arabia has been a sinister observer, delighting in the Sunni-Shia schism and funding the Islamic State.
The judgement plays a vital role in defending the freedom of speech and expression from authoritarian state action.
Macro Matters | 4-minute read