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Why are millions of Indians marching in silence?

Why India's food police are kicking up a storm

By Soutik Biswas When police in northern India recently began checking dishes of mutton biryani to ensure that they did not contain beef, critics said it was another example of what they are calling "food fascism". The recent drive happened in ... South Asia Monitor, 1 month 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 Tribune1 month ago

India Needs Cool Heads After Kashmir Attack

Soutik Biswas | BBC-NYT Syndicate ARE India and Pakistan facing a war-like situation after militants attacked an army base in Indian-administered Kashmir on Sunday, killing 18 soldiers? India has blamed the attack on a Pakistan-based group, ...
 Qatar Tribune1 month ago Kashir attacm: India 'launches strikes against militants'  EthioDailypost.com3 weeks ago Uri Army Base and aftermath  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Why India needs cool heads after Kashmir attack  BBC1 month ago

Gandhi a racist, say Ghana university academics; govt wants to relocate statue

Was Gandhi a racist? That's the question the Ghana government is basing its decision on, to relocatea statue of Mahatma Gandhioff auniversity campus,after professors launched a petitionclaiming that he was "racist". The institution in question ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks 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 Observer3 weeks 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 Magazine1 month ago
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