Nirpal Dhaliwal
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English   |   Bangla

He is a British journalist and writer.

VOICES

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POLITICS

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Why I still think Brexit won't happen

The Brits are much too dumb to make it happen, being comfortably outmanoeuvred by the EU at every turn.

POLITICS

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Dalveer Bhandari's re-election to ICJ indicates India is growing stronger than Britain

India's easiest route to securing its residency in the Security Council would be simply to supplant Britain.

VOICES

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The great ruin of Britain has begun

Every week brings new evidence that UK is in a chronic state of dysfunction.

VOICES

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How the British view India-Pakistan Partition

I'd like to wish the people of India a Happy Partition Day.

POLITICS

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The British are finally referring to themselves using the C-word - colonised

MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has accused EU leaders of a 'high-handed colonialist approach' to Brexit talks.

VOICES

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Modi's Israel lovefest signals India's final rejection of the Raj and Nehruvian policies

India's first PM and the wider political establishment that surrounded him were creations of the British and inheritors of their limited thinking.

POLITICS

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What a hung verdict in UK Elections means

The past year has exposed the utopian vision of the Brexiteers to be nothing but a hallucination.

VOICES

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Britain's response to Manchester terror attack shows it's incapable of securing itself

The British always seek to hide their obvious weakness behind a veneer of heroism.

POLITICS

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Why British PM Theresa May called for a snap election in June

For the third consecutive year, the British will be having a national vote.