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Are humans driving Earth to extinction?

To satisfy this huge and growing need, economies will most likely continue to use the very methods that this damning UN report indicts.

11 May 2019 12:59 AM

Shutting J&K lifeline: The road to unreason

The aim was to prevent a Pulwama-type suicide attack on a convoy that had left over 40 CRPF personnel dead.

12 Apr 2019 12:00 AM

The weight of sheer numbers in changing history’s course

nyone even slightly interested in the story of humankind's continuing evolution must read it.

05 Apr 2019 1:09 AM

‘Star Wars’ adds heft to rising space power

Mission Shakti’s success is a big deal no matter what the government’s critics might feel.

29 Mar 2019 2:39 AM

Horror in NZ shows the danger of righteousness

The Christchurch shooter believed he was saving his people by eliminating Muslims, who if unchecked would one day overrun his country.

20 Mar 2019 12:48 AM

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Nationalism is not the preserve of one party

Nationalism had become sanctified in the lexicon of not only India’s political leaders but also its intellectual elite.

14 Mar 2019 7:24 AM

Hit hard at Pak terror, but keep hype in check

The unfortunate part is the political leadership's role in adding to the overall confusion.

06 Mar 2019 2:45 AM

Pak at crossroads after India’s paradigm shift

The Line of Control has for various reasons been considered sacrosanct by most Indian governments.

28 Feb 2019 2:23 AM

Will the Chinese Belt and Road change the geopolitical game?

The Belt and Road is more a concept than a legal or economic blueprint signed and sealed by its conceptualisers, according to the author.

22 Feb 2019 2:01 AM

Kashmir: A land with a rich history is now in turmoil

The Tamil, Telugu, Kalinga, Bengali and other civilisations all have histories that go back several millennia.

08 Feb 2019 1:24 AM

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Afghan: Should India talk to the Taliban?

The United States, Russia and Iran are all talking to the Taliban leadership.

22 Jan 2019 1:30 AM

Masterful historical fiction in the backdrop of mid-18th century India

It hurtles the reader down a trail of action and adventure unadulterated by long soliloquies, philosophising or literary ramblings.

18 Jan 2019 12:32 AM

In Bangla, India needs to explore alternatives

The Indian establishment nevertheless needs to be more sensitive of Bangladeshi sentiments and aspirations.

12 Jan 2019 12:05 AM

Anarchy on the rise in a disordered republic

India is one of the few countries in the world where income inequality is growing the fastest.

05 Jan 2019 12:00 AM

The divide is growing in a fragmented J&K

The BJP in the state represents mainly the Jammu region, which generally does not support the insurgency.

31 Dec 2018 12:00 AM

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India gets a reprieve in Sri Lanka & Maldives

The Maldives is estimated to have racked up over $1.3 billion in debt to China.

20 Dec 2018 12:23 AM

A wake-up call on the growing threat to India from China

The Chinese threat has not receded and the Chinese leadership still looks to Mao for guidance, the author argues.

14 Dec 2018 12:34 AM

A well-researched compendium of the people who ran the Raj

David Gilmour, one of Britain’s most accomplished historical writers, has however decided to ignore all that and dive headlong into the subject.

23 Nov 2018 12:39 AM

Iran’s oil and India’s fragile energy security

Washington’s decision to dishonour its nuclear treaty with Tehran and hammer on economic sanctions was sudden as well as unforeseen.

07 Nov 2018 12:45 AM

India-Japan ties: Can Modi, Abe go beyond personal chemistry?

Prime Minister Abe, who comes from a respected political family, is adept at political diplomacy.

31 Oct 2018 12:18 AM

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