Kashmir after 370; view from Pakistan: India must learn from neighbour's errors, pay heed to Bacha Khan's philosophy
India has time to revisit and rethink its approach. To see Mahatma Gandhi’s India turn exclusionist and intolerant would be a travesty
Pakistan general elections explained: Key political parties, their history and what it would mean for India
Regarding, India-Pakistan relations, many argue that a PML(N)-led stable civilian government is the best bet for New Delhi
Upcoming Uttar Pradesh council polls may explain Kuldeep Singh Sengar's swagger and why he is not yet in jail
With Kuldeep Singh Sengar playing a key role in the recent Rajya Sabha polls to defeat a BSP candidate, the Yogi Adityanath government chose to hand over the case to CBI instead of initiating strict police action against its own MLA.
Afghanistan's continuing spiral of violence highlights importance of Rajiv-Zia-Najibullah efforts of 1987
As Afghanistan faces a new phase of conflict, it is clear that only an inclusive solution like the one championed by Rajiv-Reagan and Zia-Najibullah under the 'Zahir Shah Formula' can ensure stability and peace for the trouble-torn country.
Nawaz Sharif became the Prime Minister of the politically unstable Pakistan for a record three times, but every time he was forced to quit in the middle of his term — first by the presidency, then the military and now the judiciary
As Opposition party leaders in Pakistan celebrated the Supreme Court's decision to disqualify Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from office, ruling PML-N members expressed disappointment but said Sharif's days are not over.
A 35-year-old Hindu man in Pakistan has been arrested for allegedly sending blasphemous content through WhatsApp after police's timely intervention saved him from being lynched by a mob.
The case of eight F-16 Block 52 aircraft that were at one point set to be sold to Pakistan by the US has had more turns and U-turns than you'd care to imagine
'Will retire on due date': Pak army chief General Raheel Sharif rubbishes speculation he'll extend tenure
The retirement of Pakistan's military chief General Raheel Sharif this year will opening up one of the most powerful positions in the country.
India-Pakistan engagement, which has been moving full speed ahead since November, is very welcome. But it is probably too much, too late.
Pakistan's creation as an ideological state based on religion and in opposition to India makes it a genetically defective nation-state, as on Pakistani journalist notes. Our strategy needs to deal with this reality, not the romance of peace.
Rattled by the growing attacks on policemen, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to provide constables on duty with pistols and revolvers, an official said on Wednesday.
He was cleared by the CBI in the murder case of a deputy superintendent of police in March last year.
CBI sources said Raja Bhaiya came to the Central Forensic and Scientific Laboratory this morning to undergo the test after a court in Lucknow gave consent for the same.
Former Uttar Pradesh Minister Raja Bhaiyya on Tuesday appeared before a special CBI court and agreed to a polygraph test being conducted on him.
A special court on Tuesday will hear a plea filed by CBI seeking to conduct a polygraph test on former Uttar Pradesh food and civil supplies minister Raja Bhaiya in connection with the murder of DySP Zia-ul-Haq in the Kunda case.
The agency moved an application in the court of special CBI judge Mirza Zeenat seeking permission to conduct polygraph test on the former food and civil supplies minister with his consent.
CBI sources said Raja Bhaiya was quizzed about his location at the time of crime, his alleged association with Pal family which is seen as prime suspects in the murder of Nanhe Yadav besides other details.
While underlining that these are initial findings based on statements of eyewitnesses, CBI sources said its probe so far has revealed that the mob which had gathered after the killing of Yadav assaulted Haq and someone from it shot him dead.