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Saeed Naqvi

Is smutty ‘gay love’ poetry now kosher?

If men were going to be so unidirectional, women too were beginning to experience things they called freedom.

15 Sep 2018 12:05 AM

To ban or not: Troubling questions on the burqa

Women on the Haj pilgrimage do not have to cover their faces in front of the Kaaba, the building at the centre of the Grand Mosque in Mecca.

31 Aug 2018 1:23 AM

Battle for Dravida dynasty to strain Centre-TN ties

The MGR-Jayalalithaa charisma had obscured the Dravida movement’s earlier anti-Hindi, anti-north and anti-brahmin edge.

17 Aug 2018 2:31 AM

Will Erdogan’s Turkey be a model for Imran?

Islamabad, Beijing, Moscow are all persuaded that the Taliban will have to be part of the solution in Afghanistan.

03 Aug 2018 5:16 AM

Multiculturalism & Europe: Don’t forget history

The 78-day US bombing of Serbia during the Kosovo war was designed to oust the Serbian dictator, Slobodan Milosevic.

20 Jul 2018 6:28 AM

SC judgment on AAP won’t be digested easily

Buoyed by the SC judgment, the AAP would also acquire similar potential if it proceeds to repeat its 2015 performance in the next elections.

06 Jul 2018 12:35 AM

Sajid & Sadiq: A London lesson for desis

The war on terror with its random targets did cast the Muslim in an unfortunate image, particularly during the Tony Blair years.

22 Jun 2018 1:00 AM

Change vs status quo: Epic battle looms in Italy

In the new see-saw world order, the “populists” are now on the Rome gaddi.

08 Jun 2018 2:15 AM

Karnataka polls: In their end is a larger beginning

The Congress is, of course, a string to his bow — and that too if it remains stout and tense.

25 May 2018 2:20 AM

Kashmir, India-Pak tension, Muslim discontent: All for nation-building?

Reliable sources in Srinagar describe the current explosion as “indigenous”, which is not what the officials say.

11 May 2018 6:35 AM