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Jammu and Kashmir

The Day of the Goat

Vivek Menon

Can it become a confidence-building measure between India and Pakistan?

Separation in Srinagar

Withdrawal from the alliance could give BJP control of the J&K story for 2019

Facts and Fiction in J&K: The Convenience of Belief

A reluctance to face facts has extracted a human cost in Kashmir. Now Jammu seems unwilling to draw lessons from it

Asifa: The Anatomy of a Hate Crime

The police chargesheet on the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Jammu reveals horrifying details of her last five days

‘My advice to Pakistan: Stop inventing history,’ says Husain Haqqani

Open conversation with Husain Haqqani, Pakistani diplomat and former ambassador to the United States and Sri Lanka

Nehru vs Patel: Unity in Diversity

Let Narendra Modi too bring Nehru and Patel together in his vision for India

Nehru vs Patel: The Towering Two

Nehru and Patel didn’t fight. They worked as a team from Independence to Patel’s death in 1950, with Nehru as the leader.However, these two towering personalities were never similar. Their approaches were divergent. In time, they would probably have parted ways. That parting didn’t happen

The Uses and Abuses of What-if History

A past powered by the Dissenting Strongman and the Dreamy Intellectual enriches the legacy of freedom—and the political content of the present

Vallabhbhai Patel: Iron in the Soul

The unifier of India deserves better from his country

A Summer of Turmoil Awaits the Valley

Short on weapons but with hundreds of youth ready to join militancy, terrorist groups in Kashmir are reportedly using lucky draws for recruitment

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