Indo-Pak relations

Pervez Musharraf: An end with a whimper and not a bang

Rajeev Deshpande

Author of the failed Kargil adventure, Pervez Musharraf’s death in exile is an unremarkable end for an ambitious general who hoped for glory as a military leader and Pakistan’s president

A Tight, Long Hug

Memories of India evoke love, endless positivity

Back to the Barracks

The army should return to where it belongs for the sake of Pakistan

Pakistan Plays the Rogue Again

India today has the political resolve to counter the permanent aggression of Islamabad

Amar Kanwar: Philosopher’s Cut

Amar Kanwar talks about his new film which takes the camera deep into the heart of darkness

Across the Line

A richly rewarding portrait of the subcontinent through personal stories

‘Abdul Basit has no information’

Pakistan’s envoy in Delhi was not in the loop on Pathankot JIT, reveals a top MEA source

Pakistan As A Distraction

Instead of going on a wild goose chase for peace with a prickly neighbour, India would be better off focusing squarely on economic growth

Manmohan’s India

It’s a question India’s Prime Minister asked a long time ago when he first embarked on his political journey. Now, in his latest effort to lead the country in keeping with his long-term vision, he may well want to ask it again: who fails if India wins?


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