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Story Posted on 24-09-2016


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Delhi Government, Cauvery water dispute, Ahmednagar

Ahmednagar rape to Cauvery row: How social justice falls prey to political priorities

Violence and mass disturbance are increasingly channelised through non-institutional means.


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Uri attack, Indus Waters Treaty

Readers tell us whether India should scrap Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan

'The threat in itself is a deterrent compared to limited military options we possess in aftermath of Uri attack.'


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Revolution, Urdu Poetry, Faiz Ahmed Faiz

Why Faiz Ahmed Faiz - the poet - was more revolutionary than romantic

He was always a rebel at heart.


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Poems, India-Pakistan

Who's afraid of Pakistan?

India's media insurgents are fighting the wrong fight, detrimental to the national interests they vociferously claim to serve.


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Death, Depression

Why you'll always grieve for the ones you lost

The loss reminds us of love. That we loved, and that we were loved.


 |  Beijing Diary  |  6-minute read
China, Uri attack, Pakistan

How far will China go to back Pakistan against India?

Beyond the rhetoric of all-weather allies, the actual extent of Beijing’s embrace of Islamabad is much less grand than often portrayed.


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Pakistan, Indus Waters Treaty, Uri attack

Uri attack: India must give war with Pakistan a chance

The army’s special forces have the ability to enter Pakistan and attack terrorist headquarters.


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World Bank, India-Pak, Indus Waters Treaty

Why scrapping Indus Waters Treaty is not outlandish

When two countries sign 10 treaties and one disregards nine of them, is the other wrong in disregarding the remaining one?


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Saudi Arabia, Yemen Crisis

One woman's lonely struggle to save the starving children of Yemen

After two years of war in Yemen and a Saudi-led blockade lasting 18 months, millions of people are slowly dying for lack of food.


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Congress, Uri attack, India-Pakistan

Congress has no moral authority to question Modi on Pakistan crisis

The party forgets how entire political class rallied behind their governments in event of such grave threats.