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Defeat Talibanisation

kuldip nayar I find it strange that New Delhi is not seriously considering the pros and cons of what happens once the American and Nato forces reduce their presence in Afghanistan to just a few thousand troops. US Secretary of State Kerry has ... The Statesman, 1 week ago

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Umbrage against activists

(Kuldip Nayar) Democracy and personal liberty should never be taken for granted. This is a warning that the imposition of the Emergency gave 39 years ago when the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, furtively extinguished the lights of freedom on ...
 Siasat Daily4 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Article 370 & Kashmir

This is apropos of Kuldip Nayar's article (Kashmir Observer June 17) titled Saffron back too soon in India. The demand by the incoming BJP government to review Article 370 shouldn't be seen as anti-Muslim rhetoric. In fact it comes from a faction ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago Article 370 and Kashmir  Kashmir Times2 months ago

Demise of the Left

Kuldip Nayar I was at Dhaka a few days ago. Interest in Bangladesh in our Lok Sabha elections is so ardent that it is to be seen and believed. People knew the minutest details about the polls like the palm of their hands. They watch India’s television ...
 State Times2 months ago
Times of India

Former union minister Kamal M Morarka hosted grand Iftar party at Constitution Club in Delhi

Just a few days before the conclusion of Ramazan, former union minister Kamal M Morarka hosted a grand Iftar party at the Constitution Club in Delhi. Ministers, leading politicians, journalists and a large number of people from different walks of ...
 Times of India1 day ago Dignitaries indulge in iftar  Times of India3 days ago Dignitaries indulge in iftar delicacies in Delhi  Times of India3 days ago Chauthi Duniya hosts a grand Iftaar  Afternoon Despatch & Courier5 days ago

The incredible buzz

HarperCollins India wants readers to read Mary Kom's autobiography before heading for the movie. On Twitter, they invite readers to bounce off story ideas at Harper Pitch. Random House India congratulates the reader who wins a book as gift in a ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
BBC

Narendra Modi: Is India's PM avoiding the media?

Is India's new PM Narendra Modi avoiding the media? Two months after leading his party to a historic victory in May's general election, Mr Modi has preferred social media over India's thriving mainstream press - hundreds of newspapers and 275 news ...
 BBC5 days ago Modi government's media policy - keep them away?  ProKerala.com1 week ago Modi governments media policy - keep them away  Calcutta News.Net1 week ago Modi government's media policy keep them away?  The Freepress Journal1 week ago
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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 Pioneer1 week ago

Off the second track

British India barely turned a hair when a reporter from the Daily Telegraph in London smuggled Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi into the Bengal Club. No member died of apoplexy at this violation of their whites-only sanctum. Nor did any diehard sahib ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Rediff.com

Ex-R&AW spooks see no harm in Vaidik meeting Saeed

'Journalists and intelligence officials do a similar job -- collect information.' Three former R&AW officials tell Vicky Nanjappa/Rediff.com that they see nothing wrong in Ved Prakash Vaidik meeting Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist Muhammad Saeed. Ved Prakash Vaidik, who says he is a journalist of 55 years standing and is known to be a close associate of Hardwar-based yoga propagator Ramdev, has come under fire from the media and political parties after he met Muhammad Saeed, the mastermind of ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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