The Daesh agenda was set into motion in Fez — the agenda to build suicide lorries, figuratively and literally.
Qandeel, like Burhan, was on a collision course with a primeval society’s full might.
Death toll in Srinagar clashes reaches 30 as India and Pakistan trade allegations.
Football kindles an amateur but possibly political interest too in the sociology and history of human compact.
If Modi applies his keen eye on Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy, he might be able to catch a glimpse of Gandhi’s new critics.
India has been clamouring to replace Pakistan to be by America’s side for sometime.
The middle classes that quake at the thought of gore and fascist hordes seem incorrigibly sanguine about a nuclear...
A new vocabulary of orthodoxy is palpable today, which quickly mutates into extremism, and it is not limited to Muslims.
Muhammad Ali passed away precisely when Donald Trump’s stars were on the ascent in America.
Typewriter guerrillas of yore are turning to websites and books to publish their accounts of the rot.
Indian PM says problem of ‘unending terror’ limits the way forward with Pakistan.
The quality of Indian police in public affairs has come in for criticism routinely from the public.
Modi’s plan for Congress-free India gets a serious hearing
Whatever the truth about Modi’s degrees, his Hindutva ideologues planted far more serious falsehoods for political...
Modi begins third year in office next week with promise of respite from recent electoral losses.
Does Khan’s victory indicate that racism is over in Britain? The answer is no.
The sight of mothers is universal who weep over the bodies of their fallen soldier-sons.
The envoys are of the view that the recent meeting between the foreign secretaries of both sides was a positive step.
Islamabad raises RAW’s involvement, Samjhauta probe; New Delhi puts emphasis on Pathankot inquiry, ‘Pakistan-based
Whatever be the compulsions, the language of fascism is nicely in vogue.