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India’s Atrocities in the Himalayas: Kashmir Under Attack

India and Pakistan have disputed the ethnically diverse Himalayan region of Kashmir since 1947. India revoked Article 370 in 2019, stripping Kashmir of its...

On foreign policy, India is reliably unreliable

India’s increased wealth and power mean that multiple partners are keen to work with it. This has helped Narendra Modi look statesmanlike The shifting balance...

Ukraine: How the world came devastatingly close to a nuclear war

On Tuesday, the world woke up to the dreaded possibility of a nuclear genocide capable of wiping out half the world’s population which reached...

There Is Also an India in Which Comedians Are Shut Down…

Vir Das's 'two Indias' monologue in the US has landed him in the crosshairs of right-wing groups. They have succeeded in creating an atmosphere...

Distorted Histories and Unconstitutional Autocracy in the ‘Mother of Democracy’

By tracing the roots of democracy on the eve of Constitution Day to a most undemocratic, religiously ordained social order, the BJP government is...

Why Elon Musk’s 2 Weeks at Twitter Heralds India’s Brush With Digital Demonetisation

Twitter India barely exists this week, after Musk reportedly fired 90% of the team. It’s unclear if Twitter will continue to pursue its lawsuit...

UN human rights experts show concerns over unmarked graves in IIOJK – Op-Ed

Srinagar: UN Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances made a public communique which was sent to Indian government. UN Special Rapporteurs expressed severe...

EK Janaki Ammal: The ‘nomad’ flower scientist India forgot

By Zoya Mateen in Delhi and Anbarasan Ethirajan in London BBC News In March, the magnolias begin blooming at Wisley. For the next few weeks, rows of...

The Kerala Story: Film on India women in Islamic State sparks row

By Imran Qureshi BBC Hindi Police in Kerala have sought legal advice on a complaint about a movie teaser that is sparking controversy in the southern...

India’s divisive politics spill over to diaspora community – Murali Krishnan New Delhi

Murali Krishnan New Delhi 11/03/2022 November 3, 2022 Recent violence between Hindus and Muslims shocked the UK city of Leicester, which is home to a large South Asian...

Democracy under scrutiny – The bane and the wane of a Nation

We all as concerned citizens bemoan and cry over the current plight of our dear motherland. What has become of your beautiful country, many...

Now the UK Has to Wrestle With India’s Demons, Too – Bloomberg

The subcontinent’s divides are being globalized, spreading alienation, disinformation, radicalization and violence in their wake. By Mihir Sharma September 23, 2022 at 4:30 AM GMT+5:30 Here in India, Hindu-Muslim...

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