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Saeed Naqvi

Saeed Naqvi | The communal picture is bleak; but silver lining too in Haryana

A simple reason for Jats being against the Centre is the government’s indifference to the agitation for Jat reservations.

14 Aug 2023 12:05 AM

Saeed Naqvi | Looking back at Mandela’s role as world changed, Cold War ended

In the struggle of common purpose, progressive ideologically motivated youth had miraculously outgrown their religious identity.

02 Aug 2023 12:23 AM

Sunanda K. Datta-Ray | Memories of another day: Of media & power brokers

Politics and journalism have always been two sides of the same coin.

21 Jul 2023 12:02 AM

Saeed Naqvi | Farewell Dada! Memories of an extraordinary 1979 China visit

N. Ram, Dada and I were part of a small team of journalists invited to accompany the delegation.

17 Jul 2023 12:32 AM

Saeed Naqvi | When it comes to politeness, culture, is South now ahead of North?

Not only is there no evidence of Urdu promoted except under the Nizam, there are prodigious works in Malayalam or Tamil by Muslim scholars

19 Jun 2023 12:46 AM


Saeed Naqvi | America’s dream world order needs Russia, Europe to be on their knees

Lord Ismay, Nato’s first secretary-general, had succinctly outlined the alliance’s purpose: to keep the Soviet Union out of Europe.

19 Dec 2022 9:13 AM

Saeed Naqvi | Moscow’s brief foray doused Kazakh turmoil, hasn’t ended it

I run my eyes with wonder because the turbulence is totally incompatible with the image of serenity etched on my mind

23 Jan 2022 1:37 AM

Saeed Naqvi | US doesn’t really want to know why it lost in Kabul

The macabre headlines about US Marines urinating on a pile of dead Afghans made Page One in many newspapers

09 Oct 2021 1:55 AM

Saeed Naqvi | From Warsaw to Kanpur: A tale of 2 cities

Parallels between the two episodes in Warsaw and Kanpur have risks

13 Aug 2021 2:14 AM