The 2014 Indian Elections happen to feature a record number of Bollywood celebrities contesting across parties.
Given the current situation, would it surprise anybody that the Indian PM wanted to seek spiritual solace?
A look at the three favourite hopefuls and the promises they have made to the people of Afghanistan.
Coming at a very critical juncture for the country, the Afghan polls mean much more than just selecting a new president.
Most Pakistanis, who have been largely clueless about famines in general, have suddenly become experts on nutrition.
Why is the prime minister opting for talks with the Taliban again?
Political parties should be the change that they speak of and inform their supporters of their rights as well as duties.
Ahmadis are particularly under fire due to the constitutional cover provided to those waging violence against them.
Pakistanis can have a far greater influence to help promote equality and peace for all than they do over US drones.
Sections of Kashmiri society are undoubtedly view participating in the elections through the prism of local governance.
Is the military trying to portray itself as a national army now than its earlier image of an ideological force?
Through a flicker in the eyes or a nod of the head, even now, members of the Communist Party of Pakistan share a secret.
What is disappointing for me is that the PTI is not only the change it had promised to be, it isn't any change at all.
The present government may conclude that this time, it’s worth having history repeat itself.
Since 1996, India has been ruled by a coalition of parties, Amit Baruah looks at the prospects for the 2014 elections.