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Lessons learnt from IAF’s Balakot strike

By Ali Ahmed March 10, 2019 New Delhi: The return of the two high commissioners to respective places of duty at the national capitals, after each having been recalled for consultation sometime after the Pulwama…

By Saeed Naqvi

Congress dilemma: Neither Ekla Chalo, nor whole heartedly in coalition

By Saeed Naqvi March 10, 2019 New Delhi: By announcing her own candidature from Rae Bareli, has Sonia Gandhi grounded Priyanka Gandhi quite as abruptly as she had taken off? Or, is it a function…

Opinion/Analysis

It’s advantage Modi, but…

By Amulya Ganguli March 2, 2019 New Delhi: Considering that previous governments had backed away from a military response to terrorist provocations from Pakistan — notably in November, 2008, when a Lashkar-e-Taiba suicide squad attacked…

Opinion/Commentary

Kashmir: BJP has moved far from Vajpayee’s time

By Amulya Ganguli Feb 23, 2019 New Delhi: An unfortunate fallout of the terrorist outrage in Pulwama is the targeting of Kashmiri students in other parts of the country. As a result, there has been…

Opinion/Commentary

Fake Operations

By D.C. Pathak Feb 23, 2019 A national Intelligence organisation — like that of India — earns the respect of the countrymen because it helps the State in discharging its sovereign function of safeguarding national…

Opinion

Kashmir insurgency: Need to win hearts and minds

By Amulya Ganguli Feb 16, 2019 New Delhi: One of the most disturbing aspects of the February 14 terror attack in Pulwama was that the suicide bomber was a local, Adil Ahmad Dar, who lived…

Opinion

BJP may rue the CBI’s peremptory action in Kolkata

By Amulya Ganguli Feb 9, 2019 When the Marxists were striving to establish their hegemony in West Bengal, one of their favourite targets was the Central Reserve Police (CRP), which they castigated as the centre’s…

Opinion

The epic Chikmagalur Lok Sabha Battle: A Tribute to George Fernandes

By M Chenna Nagaraj Feb 4, 2019 New Delhi: The death of veteran socialist leader and Parliamentarian leads me to recall his days as a political fighter. I had first heard about Mr Fernandes when…

Opinion

Has the Khan triumvirate lost its hold on the boxoffice?

By Subhash K. Jha New Delhi: If you were one of the three Khan superstars in Bollywood, then 2018 was definitely not your year. While Shah Rukh Khan has delivered what looks like a box…

Book

Modi is riding a horse which he cannot dismount before elections: Kuldip Nayar in his last book

By Saket Suman Jan 31, 2019 New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is riding a horse which he cannot dismount before the 2019 general elections and he would perforce have to depend on the Rashtriya…

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