In recent years,our public diplomacy has failed to soften the hard road
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Mention the word ‘third party’ in the context of Pakistan or Kashmir and India gets hot under the collar. Over the last few days,we saw New Delhi mercilessly hammer the British Foreign Secretary Foreign Secretary David Miliband for his comments (childish?) on Kashmir.
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In this day and age,do we need an annual Republic Day parade to flex our military muscles?
TV this week was torn between the big O and matters of the heart
Last month,Poznan,Poland,brought together about 190 countries to discuss how the world is to tackle climate change….
A case for a one-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict
Right against terror is a radical new formulation for constitutional law
We need to demonstrate firmness in dealing with corporate fraud. But there will always be some entrepreneur with all the right connections in the political establishment
This refers to To quiet the west. Now that the inauguration euphoria has worn out,it remains to be seen what Obamas policies towards India…
British journalists who accompanied Rahul Gandhi and British Foreign Secretary David Miliband to Amethi were taken aback at the Gandhi scion…
On January 20,the 44th President of the United States,in his inaugural speech,became the first President ever to acknowledge the existence…
Perhaps the least noticed part of Obamas inauguration was that Robert Gates,the only member of the Cabinet who was retained from the Bush administration…
After transiting through the chamber of horrors that is Mumbai airports departure terminal,when we collapsed,drained of all energy,into the controlled safety of a European aeroplane…
The Delhi airport,now undergoing a major renovation,tells me a lot about our Republic and our democracy.
George W. Bush left the White House as one of the least popular US presidents ever; yet the question remains…
The Supreme Courts reluctance to reveal
judicial assets is troubling
Barack Obamas ascension to the White House has created mixed feelings in Pakistan.
Since being dark in India is so different a social,economic,cultural and historical experience from being black in America and since wanting fair brides for NRI sons…
This refers to C. Raja Mohans Our Obama moment. We now must make the attempt to ensure stability and maintain peace in South Asia through mutual cooperation with Obama.
Like the rest of the world,Indians have plenty of reasons to ridicule or even vilify the outgoing US President George Bush.
Writer-scholar Rana Safvi says it is imperative for Delhi to hold on to its cosmopolitan culture. Her latest book "The Forgotten Cities of Delhi" emerges at a time when there is a brazen attempt to re-write Indian history with demonisation of the Mughals.