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POLITICS

 |  Musings from afar  |  4-minute read
Davos in the desert, Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin salman, Modi in Saudi Arabia

Why Riyadh reposes faith in Narendra Modi

Pragmatism is dictating Saudi posturing as the very future of the country's economic model is at stake. It needs new partners like India.

POLITICS

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China, Pakistan, Imran Khan, Mohammed bin salman

Pakistan's PJ: Saudi Crown Prince MBS awarded for ‘humanitarian action’. Irony is dead. (Like Jamal Khashoggi)

It doesn't get funnier than this. A prize for 'humanitarian action'. Given to the Saudi crown prince. And bestowed by Pakistan.

VARIETY

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Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Narendra Modi, Mohammed bin salman

As PM Modi hosts Pakistan’s best friend Mohammed bin Salman, why is the RSS silent?

Virat Hindus routinely target Muslims within India. But they are apparently happy to see the red carpet rolled out for Saudi Arabia's crown prince. This, less than a week after the dastardly Pulwama attack.

HUMOUR

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Narendra Modi, Saudi Arabia, Crown prince, Mohammed bin salman

Sorry, Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman: You just can't match our 'Sultan' Salman Khan

Because, "apne bhai jaisa koi hard-ich nai hai".

POLITICS

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Mohammed bin salman

Prince (C)harming? Does India’s ‘atithi’ Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia spell good news?

The Saudi royal is known for being so much more than just a Prince Charming.

VARIETY

 |  4-minute read
Mohammed bin salman, Mike pompeo, Rahaf mohammed al-qunun, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is torturing women activists under its shiny new 'liberalism'. And the world is looking away

Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman does not want to give women empowerment, he wants to give them royal indulgences at best. Those speaking out for their human rights are punished, swiftly and brutally.

POLITICS

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Donald Trump, Mohammed bin salman, Saudi Arabia, Jamal khashoggi

Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered. But the US doesn't care because its interests lie elsewhere

The murder of one dissident journalist won't upset larger US-Saudi interests because of greater strategic aims, including targeting Iran.

POLITICS

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Turkey, Mohammed bin salman, Saudi Arabia, Jamal khashoggi

How the horrific killing of Jamal Khashoggi will damage Saudi Arabia, but benefit Turkey

Turkish authorities have revealed that Khashoggi’s body was cut into pieces by Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman’s top aide.