The campaign against the cricketers smacks of hypocrisy.
Charismatic politicians in our part of the world are not necessarily good for their countries.
Pakistanis love meat but veggie dishes are easy to make and offer a change of taste
We still view the Kashmir conflict through a narrow prism.
When Tony Blair attacked Jeremy Corbyn, candidate for the Labour Party’s leadership, he actually did him a big favour.
Stuart Schaar explores the many facets of the political activist and left-wing intellectual Eqbal Ahmad
The water flowing from your tap is laden with a cocktail of germs.
Images of desperate migrants trying to cross the English Channel from the French port city of Calais have been flashing.
Exploring the foodie scene around our new home in Dorset, I have come across some interesting suppliers. The nearby...
Should the equation change, we could easily revert to the free-for-all.
BY joining the war against the self-styled Islamic State, Turkey has strengthened the US-led coalition.
The bullying nature of the dharna underlined Imran’s contempt for democracy.
“#Iran deal was the best birthday present I could have asked for.”
Britishers’ longing for the stronger flavour of curry they enjoyed while in India led to the development of curry powder
For British Muslims to insist on following their religious practices irrespective of the law is a bit hypocritical.
Some 550,000 US troops were fighting the elusive Vietcong.
As with all technology, we have to pick and choose. The problem is that children are too young to be selective.
Racism in the US is often given a lethal dimension, given the American love affair with guns.
Add a depth of flavour to the food with the use of various special ingredients
NAP remains a dead letter.