DailyO - Opinion News & Analysis on Latest Breaking News India
click
English   |   Bangla

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
India today magazine, Jaish-e-mohammed, NIA, Pakistan

How the NIA tracked down the bombmaker of Pulwama

India Today Editor-in-Chief talks about NIA tracking down Umar Farooq as the lynchpin of the Pulwama attack, in the September 14, 2020 edition of the India Today Magazine.

POLITICS

 |  9-minute read
Ispr, Pakistan, India, Informationwarfare

Information Warfare: Why India needs to give Pak propaganda machinery a taste of its own medicine

India is a victim and a bruised target of Information Warfare not because of the invincibility of its adversary, but because of her own follies and inertia.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Democracy, Pakistan, Islamofascism, Imrankhan

How Imran Khan unveiled the Oxonian version of Pakistani 'Islamofascism'

In the last two years, Imran Khan has proved to be a miserable failure who has in many ways turned the clock back for Pakistan.

VARIETY

 |  6-minute read
Bakra eid, Coronavirus, Pakistan, India-chinadisengagement

DailyOh! Why Pakistan chose to not enter 1962 war on Chinese side

Islamabad tried to cut a deal with the US, showing its distrust for Beijing’s promises.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Lashkar-e-Taiba, Pakistan, Hizbul-mujahideen, Hurriyat

How Pakistan has dumped Hurriyat and Hizbul Mujahideen in Kashmir

After 30 years of romance, Pakistan seems to have dumped both Hizbul and Hurriyat alike.

POLITICS

 |  BREAKING NEWS INTO PIECES  |  9-minute read
ISI, Rehman malik, Pakistan, Cynthiadritchie

Sex and Pakistan Politics: Why Cynthia D Ritchie has the military's ear

Pakistan’s mighty military and eulogised spy agencies seem to have less on Cynthia D Ritchie than she has on them.

VARIETY

 |  15-minute read
Pakistan, BR Ambedkar, Coronavirus lockdown, Aarogyasetuapp

DailyOh! How Aarogya Setu app helps you stay aarogya, to why Ambedkar ‘opened’ Buddha’s eyes

Some say the app compromises their privacy. They need to know their privacy is already compromised.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Coronavirus, Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan, Lineofcontrol

Why will there be a hot summer ahead at the LoC

The dilemma for the Pakistanis now is that they know that ratcheting up the violence in Kashmir through jihadist auxiliaries and proxies is no longer a low-cost option.

VARIETY

 |  4-minute read
Pakistan, War crimes, 1971 Indo-Pak war, Bangladeshliberationwar

Pakistan army must be tried for war crimes

Mujib Barsha is the right time to call for an international trial of the Pakistani army for its role in the 1971 war crimes and genocide.

POLITICS

 |  Musings from afar  |  5-minute read
USA, Hamdullah mohib, Pakistan, Taliban

How India will pay a heavy cost for the inaction in Afghanistan

If Afghanistan becomes a haven for extremists and Pakistan-backed proxies become the ultimate arbiters there, India would have the most to lose.