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Why India needs cool heads after Kashmir attack

Why India needs cool heads after Kashmir attack

Soutik Biswas India correspondent 20 September 2016 From the section India Image copyright EPA Image caption The militants stormed a base in Uri, close to the Line of Control with Pakistan on Sunday Are India and Pakistan facing a war-like situation ... BBC, 1 week ago
India Needs Cool Heads After Kashmir Attack Qatar Tribune, 1 week ago
Why India's food police are kicking up a storm South Asia Monitor, 2 weeks ago

What Happened To Mother Teresa's Sceptics?

Soutik Biswas | BBC-NYT Syndicate WHEN Mother Teresa, the Roman Catholic nun who worked with the poor in the city of Kolkata (Calcutta), is declared a saint on Sunday, her critics will be insisting that faith has triumphed over reason and science.
 Qatar Tribune3 weeks ago

How Do You End A 16-Yr Hunger Strike Safely?

Soutik Biswas | BBC-NYT Syndicate HOW much time will it take for a person to return to a normal diet after more than a decade of hunger striking? In the case of Indian activist Irom Sharmila, who has been described as the world's longest hunger ...
 Qatar Tribune1 month ago Soutik Biswas: How do you end a 16-year hunger strike?  BBC1 month ago

Dalits in Narendra Modi's India

Soutik Biswas Four years ago, a group of upper-caste men arrived at Mehul Vinodbhai Kabira's modest two-room home in Gujarat and threatened to burn it down. Bhayla is a nondescript village of around 450 low slung brick-and-cement homes ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Why are Dalits in Narendra Modi's India angry?  BBC1 month ago

How World Media Reacted To LoC Tension

New York Times A New York Times piece by the newspaper's India and Pakistan correspondents, Ellen Barry and Salman Masood, note that the strike was precedent-setting. Though India's military has almost certainly carried out cross-border raids, ...
 Kashmir Observer2 hours ago

The Other Side of Midnight

IN JOSY JOSEPH’S new book, India is an unrelentingly bleak landscape of perfidy. Stories of state-sponsored cronyism, unchecked graft, stubborn oligarchs, sleazy middlemen, crime and an ineffectual state litter A Feast of Vultures , a sprawling exploration ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago

Goods and Services Tax (GST): Winners and losers after India clears crucial tax reform

New Delhi, August 4 : Rajya Sabha on Wednesday unanimously passed the 122nd constitutional amendment which will usher in a Goods and Services Tax. This is being hailed as one of the biggest economic reforms in India since 1991. With the passage of ...
 India.com1 month ago Indian parliament backs key tax bill  BBC1 month ago 5 Indian parliament backs key tax bill  BBC1 month ago
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