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Feb 23, 2019
Talking to Taliban won't bring peace, says Afghan former spy chiefAmrullah Saleh, a former Afghan intelligence chief, explains to Praveen Swami why talking to Taliban bring lasting peace to the war-torn south Asian nation
Feb 21, 2019
Kerala rape case: Sister Lucy, who protested against accused bishop, says sexual abuse is rampant in ChurchReligious women, priests and laymen who supported a nun after she filed a police complaint of rape against Franco Mulakkal are being targeted in Kerala.
Feb 16, 2019
Delhi vs Centre turf war: AAP govt flogging dead horse, capital will never have full state powers, says expertThe Supreme Court's verdict on the turf war between the Delhi government and the Centre has been a dampener for the former.
Feb 15, 2019
Political vacuum in Jammu and Kashmir has given rise to incidents like Pulwama attack: Counter-terror expert Ajai SahniDr Ajai Sahni, executive director of the Institute for Conflict Management is a counter-terrorism expert who focuses on terrorism in South Asia. He feels that only a political initiative in the Valley will help curb terrorism
Feb 09, 2019
Our struggle will go on till the last man, the last day: Manzoor PashteenUnlike the Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara, Manzoor Pashteen does not believe in guerrilla warfare or weapons
Dec 27, 2018
BNP is Bangladesh’s BJP, Hindus have no option but to vote for the Awami League, says civil society leader Rana DasguptaWhenever Bangladesh prepares to vote in its parliamentary elections — as it will once more on 30 December, its religious minorities slip into acute anxiety and fear
Dec 01, 2018
Outgoing CEC OP Rawat says there is no integral problem with EVMs, raises concerns about fake newsChief Election Commissioner OP Rawat demits office on Saturday after a rather hectic term in office.
Nov 26, 2018
Vasundhara Raje has betrayed the mandate of Rajasthan, says Sachin Pilot ahead of Vidhan Sabha electionsSachin Pilot sees the Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha elections as a BJP versus Congress contest, giving little weight to regional parties that have come together as a 'third front' in the state.
Nov 22, 2018
Successive Indian governments have exacerbated the problem in Jammu and Kashmir, says historian Dr Radha KumarDr Radha Kumar's definitive and insightful account of political developments in Kashmir in her recently released book Paradise At War could not have come at a more timely moment
Nov 19, 2018
Chhattisgarh tribal population has fallen by 1%, claims TS Singh Deo; leader of Opposition blames Raman Singh for plight of AdivasisLeader of the Opposition in Chhattisgarh Assembly, TS Singh Deo, in an interview discussed Congress’ policy regarding tribals in the upcoming Assembly election. MLA from Ambikapur constituency since 2008, Deo is touted as one of the frontrunners to be the chief ministerial picks if Congress comes to power.