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About 11 results for "benazir bhutto rajiv gandhi"

Ruling India is not a birthright

The Nehru-Gandhis vice-like grip on the Congress has cut the party's lifeblood supply. Devoid of fresh talent and able leadership, and rejected by a new India that isn't swayed by dynastic charisma, the grand old party is rotting Congress vice ... New Delhi Pioneer, 4 days ago
India Today

I met Dawood, and I am a journalist

By | India Today There are probably two ways to title this piece. The first: yes, I met Dawood Ibrahim, and I am not a terrorist. And second: I am a mere journalist, and my name is not Vaidik. Let me deal with these one at a time. The first ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago

Appeasement, deceit or betrayal?

Muslims will feel the heat during Modi's years in power Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi caught his Pakistani counterpart off guard when he invited Nawaz Sharif to India to attend his swearing-in ceremony. In fact, he had a calculated ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago

How Nawaz fared in India

Shouldn't have said what he did, should have what he didn't? So much of politics is about symbolism, especially high profile events like the Nawaz-Modi meeting, when nothing intrinsic is expected to be achieved, yet the posturing and body ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago
Indian Express

An old story of new beginnings

It is important to understand the reason for the historic failure of efforts aimed at fostering friendly neighbourly ties between India and Pakistan. ( Representation: C R Sasikumar) Nawaz Sharif's participation in Narendra Modi's inauguration may ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

The rise and fall of kings

When I was a child, my grandmother would often tell us a saying by King Farouk of Egypt, which goes something like this: Soon there will only be five kings left — the king of England, the king of spades, the king of clubs, the king of hearts and ...
 Daily Times2 months ago

Islamabad will not give Modi time for pleasantries

India's new government will face a rapidly changing and dangerous challenge in Afghanistan, similar in some ways to the crisis in the late 1980s, when the Soviets withdrew from Kabul. The Pakistani deep state then and now wants to make Afghanistan a ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago

The slow end of ideology

In his book, The Political Brain: The Role of Emotion in Deciding the Fate of the Nation, American political psychologist Drew Westen argues that feelings trump cold analysis in the making of political choices. What, then, was the dominant sentiment ...
 Financial Express2 months ago
Indian Express

The slow end of ideology

The Modi people voted for espoused a vision for bullet trains, efficient government, economic opportunity and modernity. CR sasikumar BY:HUSAIN HAQQANI India has rejected the politics of loyalty and legacy. Can Pakistan move on too? In his ...
 Indian Express2 months ago
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