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Indranil Banerjie

‘Researching for the book was like solving a mystery or puzzle’

The prognosis remains fraught because Pakistan feels it is about to achieve the strategic depth it has long sought in Afghanistan.

13 Oct 2017 12:46 AM

Calling the ‘cursed’ Durand Line what it is

Everything suggests the manner in which the Durand agreement was signed constitutes a dark chapter in Afghan history.

13 Oct 2017 12:42 AM

J&K jihad: Twist in the tale

The Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayyaba joined the anti-Musa chorus, accusing him of being part of an Indian conspiracy.

27 Sep 2017 3:19 AM

Afghanistan: Trump has changed the big picture

Mr Trump‘s announcement failed to elicit a highly positive response in the United States and India, where it should have.

04 Sep 2017 12:34 AM

The truth behind bin Laden’s death Not really

The bulk of the action is centred in Pakistan, where Osama bin Laden and his family arrived from Afghanistan following the US invasion of 2001.

16 Jul 2017 1:02 AM

Taliban creeping back to Kabul, with Pak aid

The Taliban has claimed it controls four of Kandahar’s 18 districts and dominates five more.

22 Jun 2017 2:35 AM

Many views on Future India

Given the challenges, it is only fitting that Indians generate ideas, suggestions and roadmaps to take the country forward.

28 Apr 2017 1:29 AM

Can India overcome its racial prejudices?

The problem is that Indian culture has a shadowy core full of festering toxic beliefs.

05 Apr 2017 2:41 AM

Tawang: Why we must counter China’s threats

The Tawang monastery is the biggest Tibetan monastery after Lhasa.

06 Mar 2017 12:23 AM

Reflecting on Pakistan’s failures

An account of how Pakistan has doomed itself and how it will affect the world.

24 Feb 2017 6:59 AM