| 5-minute read
What's really biting Kashmir: Separatists have softened their stand with Modi 2.0. But the problem is deeper
Home Minister Amit Shah has made the Modi 2.0 govt's tough stand on Kashmir amply clear. This extends to dealings with Pakistan as well. But the Valley faces a whole new threat.
Why India and Pakistan must play: I'm glad Gautam Gambhir is not boycotting India-Pak commentary in World Cup 2019
Playing Pakistan is not about the two points in the World Cup. It’s not even the love for cricket.
| 8-minute read
The last thing Pakistan wanted was Narendra Modi back as India's PM. They'd have preferred the Congress which is seen as soft on them. But how did Indira Gandhi's party reach such a state?
The opposition couldn't stop the Modi-Shah duo. Clearly, their strategy was on the softer side.
Tarar Square | 8-minute read
For Pakistan, Modi’s term is marked with hyper-nationalistic Pakistan-hating in the backdrop of the unfortunate Pulwama terror attack and its warlike Balakot aftermath. Many wonder what the future now holds for bilateral ties.
| 5-minute read
The Good, Bad and Portentous: Narendra Modi's five-year report card, and how this compares to Mrs Indira Gandhi
Since Modi’s leadership has been closely compared to Indira Gandhi’s, what lessons can he learn from her rise, fall and rise?
| 2-minute read
Why Pakistan is waiting and watching India: Pak airspace is still not fully opened. What are they afraid of?
Pakistan extending a general closure notice for transit flights till April 24 is significant. By that time, India will complete three phases of the Lok Sabha Elections.
Lt Gen DS Hooda (Retd): 'There is no harm in a retired general joining a political party. I am not joining the Congress though'
Lt General DS Hooda (Retd) spoke with Rohit E David about the national security strategy he has drafted at the behest of the Congress, the govt's Surgical Strike 1 and 2 and why the army does need AFSPA in Kashmir.
Aage Se Right | 6-minute read
The way Pakistani journalists are reportedly threatened and silenced by their army, it's no wonder the uniformed men are harbouring terrorists in their backyards, no questions asked.
| 7-minute read