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If the populist leaders fail, the people will tire of them

The murderers have been official armies, militias and even common citizens, with at least one such event in every decade since the 1990s.

26 Sep 2018 6:37 AM

US-China trade battles to impact India, world

The average tariff rate for WTO member countries was down to nine per cent in 2013.

26 Sep 2018 1:46 AM

Pak Punjab’s changing dynamic of urbanisation

The land problem is not just one of housing shortage; it also plagues viable commercial and industrial development.

25 Sep 2018 12:22 AM

Targeting English isn’t way to brighter Bharat

There is no need for Mr Bhagwat’s equivalent in these countries to lecture anybody on why they “should start respecting (their) own mother tongue”.

25 Sep 2018 12:02 AM

Imran Khan’s 3 challenges

Three big things and all spelling some kind of danger for the PTI.

24 Sep 2018 1:26 AM

All sides lose out as India-Pak talks bid fail

While India alleged that it only now saw Imran Khan’s “real face”, he retorted with the barb that “small men occupying big offices” lacked vision.

24 Sep 2018 1:25 AM

A visible change in media-BJP interactions

Kathmandu is convinced that the Modi government is undermining its Prime Minister K.P. Oli as it suspects him to be closer to China.

23 Sep 2018 2:36 AM

We need a more robust Pak foreign policy

Diplomacy to be effective must be embedded in a strategic matrix. The question is not whether we should talk to Pakistan or not.

23 Sep 2018 2:32 AM

The release of Mian Sahib & Maryam Bibi a party spoiler

There were other formalities which were being fulfilled.

22 Sep 2018 1:30 AM

RSS ‘muscle-flexing’ a bid to re-invent itself?

The RSS seems to be learning from the experience of the BJP that you cannot survive in politics by catering only to Hindus.

22 Sep 2018 1:30 AM