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Saeed Naqvi

Only Walter Mitty can dream Afghan troop withdrawal before US election

The US involvement in Afghanistan has been a great tragedy

24 Oct 2020 11:54 AM

Saeed Naqvi | Whenever cornered, BJP says 'Eulalie' to opposition leaders

That's how the ruling party gets to enjoy so much legislative and executive leverage

27 Sep 2020 7:17 PM

Saeed Naqvi | How Congress fell between two stools and I lost Lucknow

I once prided my hometown of Lucknow as the world centre for satire, wit and an elegant inter-communal irreverence

12 Sep 2020 6:23 PM

Saeed Naqvi | Rahat Indori, a theme for Bollywood with built-in lyrics

What will be Rahat’s place in literature?

04 Sep 2020 4:42 PM

Saeed Naqvi | Will Erdogan’s Islamist play at Hagia Sophia rescue his govt?

A powerful anti-West Islamist party, Refah, or Welfare, took shape and spread like prairie fire

13 Aug 2020 7:48 PM

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Saeed Naqvi | With cinema as guide, is conflict the destiny of India & China?

Let’s begin with Breaking with Old Ideas on China during Mao’s Great Leap Forward

16 Jul 2020 5:24 PM

Saeed Naqvi | Can US riots be compared with India’s millions walking home?

The vigour and success of a free society covered up an undercurrent of flaws like racism from the start

12 Jun 2020 6:55 PM

Saeed Naqvi | Engaging with rest of world: Will BBC give a better view?

There has been worldwide condemnation for anti-Semitism officially and in the media, but our disinterest disturbs me for two reasons

05 Jun 2020 4:44 PM

Saeed Naqvi: Fair is foul & foul is fair in Trump's world

As the world focuses on fighting coronavirus, US claws are out, groping the Venezuelan coastline, using Colombian territory as its own

15 May 2020 5:34 PM

Saeed Naqvi: What’s the way ahead to take India out of the lockdown?

ust when the economy was in a nosedive, came the pandemic, inviting a lockdown which has devastated the economy

01 May 2020 7:51 PM

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Saeed Naqvi: Shaheen Bagh stir recast in tune with the Covid times

Guided by common sense, the women of Shaheen Bagh have been extraordinarily focused on the Constitution

29 Mar 2020 6:29 PM

Trump: Has Modi embraced a two-term President?

So far, the Democratic race has similarities with the primaries, which led to a Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump contest in 2016.

28 Feb 2020 2:05 AM

Why is anti-Semitism creeping back in US, Europe?

A pound of flesh closest to Antonio’s heart was what Shylock had insisted on in the event of default.

14 Feb 2020 2:27 AM

Why didn’t we listen to Maulana Azad’s warning?

The crucial role it is playing today in the CAA-NRC discourse is not surprising.

31 Jan 2020 2:22 AM

Soleimani: Lavrov-Zarif duet, Trump solo in offing

It is unlikely that reverberations from Gen Soleimani’s assassination were not felt at the Raisina dialogue, which the two foreign ministers attended.

17 Jan 2020 1:18 AM

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‘Socialist’ Corbyn’s crucifixion will now continue in Labour conclaves

London remains a cosmopolitan hub, where Boris Johnson has not made much of an impression.

20 Dec 2019 1:31 AM

Story of Oudh’s begum & prince comes to life

As early as 1975, Anjum Qadar, whose descent from the Oudh “royals” is established, had rubbished Wilayat Mahal’s claims.

06 Dec 2019 2:47 AM

Ayodhya: Seek compromise, don’t stoke fires

After the Supreme Court verdict, its merits or demerits notwithstanding, one imagined that the tumult would subside.

22 Nov 2019 2:38 AM

In Baghdadi’s death, did US really ‘kill its own creature’?

When history is written, Mr Trump will be chastised for a hundred reasons, and severely.

08 Nov 2019 2:19 AM

Where is the Muslim statesmanship on Ayodhya?

Shahab did not have the “tact” which Justice Sibqat Ullah Khan stressed in his 2010 Allahabad high court judgment on Ayodhya.

25 Oct 2019 12:47 AM

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