Circa 1950 was as momentous a year in Kashmir’s chequered history as any other. On May 1, 1950, Sadar-i-Riyasat Karan Singh issued a proclamation convoking a Constituent Assembly.
After the signing of the Delhi Agreement in 1952 (see Box), it was felt that an early decision should be taken for the implementation of those parts of the accord which had so far not been brought
From anecdotal and documentary evidence placed before us, one can say without any hesitation that Noida and Greater Noida are not only the most lucrative postings anywhere in India but the centrifu
I am still the master of my fate and destiny, this is my last shot at redemption. Equally, fear is an infectious condition, there is no latitude for misunderstanding or error.
Si vis pacem, para bellum is a Latin adage translated as, “If you want peace, prepare for war” (usually interpreted as meaning peace through strength — a strong society being less likely to be atta
Beware the rise of new phenomenons and phantoms. Emergent social and religious groupings like Yadav-Dalit-Muslim and Dalit-Muslim are going to undercut the rise of ultra Hindu nationalism.
After years of somnolence, ensconced deep in the arms of Morpheus as the central government was on Kashmir, one sees frenetic activity over the last 48 hours.
Are both the BJP and Congress reading the tea leaves wrong for the battle of 2019?
Tormented by indecision, plagued by self doubt, agonised by ghouls, frazzled with communal events in Jammu where resurgent Hindu forces were wrecking his dream of a United J&K, Sheikh Mohd.
Secure in the belief that under Westphalian sovereignty rules, or state sovereignty, which is the principle of international law articulating that each nation-state has exclusive sovereignty over i