Swedish journalist and researcher Bertil Lintner, author of the recently released China’s India war, Collision course on the roof of the world, on the India-China war of 1962, expl
Politicians, like cricketers, have a habit of making instant fools of commentators. The moment a prediction is made, they pull off what is exactly the opposite, often spectacularly.
The start of the winter session of Parliament should provide the occasion for sagacity and decorum to return to politics.
A draft law, which seeks to make the practice of instant triple talaq “illegal and void” and provides for a jail term for the husband was today cleared by the union cabinet.
Russia, India and Chinese foreign ministers met in Delhi for their 15th trilateral dialogue where they agreed to step up cooperation to counter terrorism in all its forms, prevent radicalisation, a
After the humiliating defeat against Sri Lanka in the first ODI at Dharamshala, a lot was at stake when stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma walked into the middle, put into bat in the must-win second ODI
On a roll, virtually - Arun Kejriwal (Founder, Kejriwal Research & Investment Services)
Till such time as reality meets science-fiction, and summer holiday space cruises and weekend moon landings become possible, we only have our imaginations to take us where few have gone before.
Born in 1914 in Moscow to an Indian Sufi spiritualist father and an American mother, Noor Inayat Khan — a descendant of Tipu Sultan grew up in a Parisian suburb, writing and publishing children’s s
Like a putrescent odor that bubbles out of tar, Kashmir has had this uncanny knack of sitting up, waiting to be in your face, to get noticed, and remain firmly part of the nation’s discourse.