Lord Carlile wanted to inform Indian media of ‘excesses’ being committed against former Bangladesh PM.
There are several reasons for the Indian left to be critical of Nehru. But why does the Indian right hate him ever so
There’s nothing the Modi government can do to win in 2019 if the opposition doesn’t want him to.
There was something tentative, even reluctant with an aura of self-doubt, about Mrs Gandhi’s crackdown.
There is predictable confusion about who may have killed him together with his two security guards.
According to UN report, the Indian government steadfastly refused to allow UN rights observers into Jammu and Kashmir.
Rahul Gandhi must do with the current potential ‘Congress Syndicate’ what Emperor Akbar did with his regent Bairam Khan.
Why is it that nearly all the exposés involving Marwari business houses are carried out in the form of books?
One can understand his colleagues being miffed with something Gen Durrani said, but why are the...
"They are using this so-called muscular policy in Kashmir," says India's former foreign minister Yashwant Sinha.
A day after Rahul Gandhi exulted he would happily be prime minister if someone offered him the job...
A.S. Dulat believes the gesture will kick-start stalled talks between the two countries.
There didn’t have to be a special occasion for the steady visits by left and liberal folks from across the border.
Why did Modi’s supporters suddenly find Jinnah’s portrait disagreeable in the students’ union hall of AMU?
There are some obvious similarities and some very crucial differences between the Korean Peninsula and South Asia.
What is the strategic selflessness that Mayawati has displayed which can be of interest to liberals and democrats.
Indian tribal communities are fighting a desperate battle for survival against a predatory state backed by big money.
What seems distant or remote could be the trigger for what passes for domestic turbulence.
The questioning spirit has been so bludgeoned that people have given up the old habit of asking simple questions.
Literary references abound describing the stifled plight of 19th-century upper-caste women who lived encaged in