Issue 5 News
If we wish to build a great nation, our system of government must unify people and involve us all in governance. These two ingredients are essential for a large, diverse country but our parliamentary system fails us on both counts.
Pulwama: No easy options for India; diplomacy, international isolation of Pakistan key to strategic policy
Should our military options be directed more specifically at the Pakistan army? The ISI and Pakistan military leadership is the real driving force behind terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and unless they feel real pain, they will have no reason or incentive to change their ways.
Rajeev Masand caught up with the globally-feted director of The Lunchbox at the recent Berlinale 2019, where the filmmaker screened his upcoming Hindi film, Photograph
Amrullah Saleh, a former Afghan intelligence chief, explains to Praveen Swami why talking to Taliban bring lasting peace to the war-torn south Asian nation
Mulayam Singh Yadav, who praised his adversary Modi in the Lok Sabha and wished him victory in the 2019 polls, is fighting one last battle to protect his legacy without even getting into the ring
In nuclear standoff, becoming captive to one view of reality is dangerous, caution and constructive criticism is needed
In the nuclear realm, a series of weapons were deployed which the Soviets believed were designed to eliminate the USSR’s leadership and ability to retaliate.
The Saudi Crown Prince’s visit to New Delhi was historic, but perhaps only for the frankness with which Mohammed bin Salman never even pretended he was on the same page as India with respect to Pakistan
Feeding the fidayeen factory in Kashmir is a much larger army: the infrastructure which organises the hundreds of young south Punjab men who head to the Jaish’s military camps each year