Asad Durrani’s memoir bares murky dealings in Pakistan’s security establishment

Indian soldiers were crucial to two World Wars

Engage with youth to translate demographic dividend into democratic dividend

A balanced approach can reduce petrol price without affecting revenues

Keep ‘em out

China’s request to be allowed into the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium is an opportunity for India to ask Beijing if the Chinese….

The next 100 days

Who will rule India,and will they undertake economic reform? An anecdotal forecast

Independents since 1947

Will the next Lok Sabha break a long-term trend?

Freedom fighters?

With the CPM’s third front project coming under attack from the Congress,General Secretary Prakash Karat and Politburo member Sitaram Yechury…..

The green elephant in the room

Mayawati is actively wooing UP’s Muslims. Will she succeed?

Sad but true

Shekhar Gupta’s ‘The glorious certainties’ (IE,April 18) takes us on an enlightening political journey,showcasing a political environment…..

Areas of darkness

The high interest rate regime is denying oxygen to the green shoots of recovery

Little to remember,lots to forget

Modi’s biggest worry must be the number of lopsided matches. Twenty20 cricket thrives on photo finishes,but of the six IPL matches until Tuesday night,even one hasn’t gone down to the wire.

Shift focus to young shooters

Bindra believes he deserves a break in the dormant 2009 season after his gold medal peak at the Olympics in 2008. And who is to question him?

China may build up to six aircraft carriers

For some years now there has been an open debate within the strategic community on the benefits and costs of acquiring carriers.

Calling Prachanda’s bluff

Nepal is wising up to the Maoists’ game plan

Living on borrowed time

The Federal Reserve must encourage negative interest rates

Changes under the radar

Why national parties might just do better than expected

Bringing India’s money back to Indian shores

On the tax havens issue,the Congress is caught in its own web

On Freedom and License

The courts have in recent months interestingly drawn that thin line between freedom and license. They have supported an artist who was being vandalised.

Writing at twilight

In the winter of their lives,some novelists are at the peak of their form

The republic of television

IPL or election,TV treats everybody the same

Analyse this

‘The glorious certainties’ (IE,April 18) spells out the realities behind the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. Regional,communal….

Separate and equal

What lies behind official evasions over India’s satellite launch

South by northwest?

We are yet to come to terms with how destabilising the Taliban’s presence is