Historically, relations between the Congress party and the Communist parties in India can be described as polemical.
A few years ago, the then Portuguese ambassador to India, in a rare fit of undiplomatic candour, wondered aloud at a gathering at the India International Centre why a country of 1.2 billion was una
Suddenly, there is a change of priorities in Pakistan. Or is the shift tactical?
There are many ways to propaganda, but none more ingenious than that devised in where else, but Uttar Pradesh.
Does economics dictate politics?
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi made a very pertinent point this week in his lecture at the University of Berkley in the USA, when he talked about the spread of dynasties across India’s politi
Trial by media is as old as modern democracy itself. It has a long and distinguished history.
Of the fears that have risen alongside a warming planet, perhaps none has attracted more attention than the hypothesis that sooner than later, wars would be fought over water.
In the early 1940s, when the idea of Pakistan had been well mooted and in the air, no one quite knew what it stood for.
At the Zhurihe military base in Inner Mongolia, also Asia’s largest military training camp, a live demonstration by the People’ Liberation Army (PLA) with Chinese President Xi Jinping in military f