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Sunanda K Datta Ray

A setback for May, but she’ll battle to carry on

Theresa May has made it clear though snubbed and rejected she might be, but she has no intention of stepping down.

10 Jun 2017 12:28 AM

A puzzling silence, and the way to achche din

To be pro-British was to be anti-Indian, obliging potential national leaders to collect evidence of the government’s disapproval.

06 Jun 2017 12:48 AM

India’s OBOR boycott: Was it a misjudgment?

By boycotting the OBOR summit, India has also exposed its political vulnerability.

23 May 2017 12:23 AM

Let’s admit our flaws, work to correct them

Bashar al-Assad could give a similar answer if questioned about using poison gas on the Syrian rebels.

09 May 2017 12:19 AM

Can Erdogan’s Turkey be India’s credible ally?

Erdogan did indeed obtain popular endorsement of his ambition to become an all-powerful executive President.

25 Apr 2017 12:25 AM

Racism in the land of Gandhi and Buddha

Understandably, the latest round of atrocities has prompted demands for a law banning race discrimination.

11 Apr 2017 3:26 AM

The perils of choosing religion over politics

The escalation of BJP support from two to 282 Lok Sabha seats recalls the Brotherhood’s runaway success.

28 Mar 2017 4:32 AM

Of puja, politics and Bharat

Lok Sabha TV screened the film the very evening people were celebrating Narendra Modi’s spectacular sweep of the UP polls.

16 Mar 2017 2:17 AM

Indians head to US in search of better days

Of course, Jaishankar can tell Shannon that 65,000 H1-B visas are issued annually only because the Americans need Indian skills.

28 Feb 2017 2:33 AM

Lessons from the past for West Asian peace

Barack Obama was one of the few US Presidents since FDR to take a realistic view of the Palestinians.

14 Feb 2017 1:08 AM