Why shouldn’t citizens of India ‘deserve to be treated’ judiciously by the judiciary?

Source: Counterview.net By Pannalal Surana On October 1, 2019 last, the Supreme Court declined to pass interim order to maintain Status Quo about reorganization of the State of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K).... Read more »

Disruptive diplomacy: New era of informal bilateralism

BY RAJENDRA SHENDE  Disagreements do not degenerate into disputes. Differences are the signs of mutual understanding and mature relationship. The meaningful and informal dialogues are the means to engage in pathfinding. That... Read more »

Why Nitish could play it safe in 2020 polls

BY RAHUL VATSA (15:10)  Recently, a big hoarding was prominently displayed outside the Janata Dal (United) office in Patna saying, ‘Kyun Karen Vichar, Thike to Hain Nitish Kumar?’ It was not in accordance... Read more »

This Dussehra, will Harmony triumph over Hate ?

Source: Sabrangindia.in By Ishmeet Nagpal Dussehra is celebrated all over India with great enthusiasm. I remember going to the big melas in Punjab where Ravana’s effigy was burned while the crowd cheered-... Read more »

India`s leadership failed in international Diplomacy

Source: Countercurrents.org By Dr Rahul Kumar International diplomacy, corporate diplomacy, and economic diplomacy, public diplomacy need special experts who can envision a strong & stable future for a country in the forthcoming... Read more »

Need for a strong disaster resilient housing policy

BY RAJAN SAMUEL (12:26)  As climate cycles become unpredictable and weather patterns turn volatile, large sections of the Indian population are becoming vulnerable to natural disasters like flash floods and earthquakes. The displacement... Read more »

Deep-rooted Turkey-Pakistan nuclear links behind Erdogan’s anti-India stance?

New Delhi, Oct 3 (IANS) Is there a highly secretive N-connection to the burgeoning relations between Pakistan and Turkey, besides of religion, that is making Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan so sharp... Read more »

Gandhi’s compassion was for humans and animals alike

Source: Sabrangindia.in By Harish Iyer As the nation celebrates the 150th year of Gandhi’s birth, I am reminded of his principles of non-violence, especially due their inclusion of our four-legged, furry and feathered... Read more »

Game theoretic approach to India-Pakistan conflict

By Amit Kapoor  The tensions between India and Pakistan refuse to abate. Ties between the two countries are probably at their lowest point in two decades. The deep hostilities today are only... Read more »

Howdy Modi: Bypassing Travails Being Faced by India

Source: Sabrangindia.in By Ram Puniyani In Houston, America, a grand spectacle was created with Narendra Modi, in the presence of Donald Trump. The massive rally of nearly 50,000 people cheered both the... Read more »

India needs a unifying nationalism

By Frank F. Islam  In his Independence Day speech on August 15 this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi proclaimed, “One nation, one constitution — this spirit has become a reality and India... Read more »

Fiscal expansion and monetary ‘teasing’

BY SUYASH CHOUDHARY  The unexpected corporate tax cuts alongside previous measures announced over the last few days by the government amount to a total fiscal expansion of around 0.8 per cent of... Read more »

The Indian Economy Under Modi : Just window- dressing

Source: Countercurrents.org By Prof Arun Kumar Finance Minister Ms.Nirmala Sitharaman , who took over as finance minister in May, is eversince under pressure to bolster growth that’s slowed to a six-year low and check... Read more »

Week ahead would trade with positive bias

BY ARUN KEJRIWAL  The week saw markets making some gains and confidence returning. US and China relations too improved, with China taking the first step by agreeing to buy US farm produce... Read more »

Modi, Trump at Houston will be all about quid pro quo

BY ROBINDER NATH SACHDEV  The ducks seem to be lining up for President Donald Trump to join Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Indian-American community event slated to be held on September... Read more »

India is not Hindia: Amit Shah’s Hindi push backfires

Source: Sabrangindia.in On the occasion of Hindi Diwas, Union Home Minister and BJP president Amit Shah set the cat among the pigeons by suggesting that Hindi should become India’s “one language marking its identity... Read more »

Is Ladakh part of Buddhist ring encircling China?

BY SAEED NAQVI  Hardline Buddhist monks in Sri Lanka have celebrated the creation of a new Buddhist entity in Ladakh. It is an optical illusion that Jammu and Kashmir has been neatly... Read more »

A time-bound delivery in Kashmir

BY D.C. PATHAK  A month down the line since the state of Jammu and Kashmir, excluding Ladakh, was turned into a Union Territory for the purpose of administering it better and put... Read more »

Equality Is UnIndian: How To Make It Indian Is The Question

Source: Countercurrents.org By Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd In my village in my childhood and now there was/is one common practice. Each occupation is performed by a single community. Each community has its own name.... Read more »

Kashmir: Humanity Should Survive

Source: Countercurrents.org By Tavoos Hassan Bhat I arrived in Srinagar on the 3rd of August to spend my annual vacation with my family based in Kashmir. Two days after I arrived government suddenly... Read more »