Asia
India and China needs to work unitedly to build a secure Afghanistan

There is an air of uncertainty about the U.S.’s intentions in Afghanistan. The likelihood of an American pullout raises the spectre of instability in Afghanistan, South and Central Asia.

Strong resistance by opposition thwarts Govt’s triple talaq push in Rajya Sabha

 A united Opposition on Monday thwarted the government’s attempt to push the instant Triple Talaq Bill in the Rajya Sabha as it insisted on referring it to the select committee of Parliament.

China supports Pakistan’s efforts to improve ties with India

China supports Pakistan’s efforts to improve ties with India and settling their disputes through dialogue and negotiation, Beijing said Sunday in the joint statement released during the ongoing visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The Telegraph blasts PM, others too jump in

Kolkata based The Telegraph held no bars while blasting PM Modi over his failures and put out some hard questions. Other media outlets too questioned, but the favourites focussed on opposition.

'National Interest' and 'Free Speech' are not same: Outgoing Law Commission

Panel asserts that people should be allowed to point out ‘loopholes’ in government policy, says ‘national interest’ can’t be used to curb free speech.

Authoritarian Populism on rise in the Nation?

The recent raids and arrests of rights activists are a part of BJP's current agenda – to take down the political dissident.

Johnson & Johnson in a tight spot in India, report finds glaring discrepancies

The report by an Indian government panel states that over 3,600 patients with the faulty implants remain untraceable and that at least four deaths have been reported from those who underwent surgeries using these devices. The report is yet to be acted upon by the Indian government after being submitted in February 2018.

India Thrashes Hong Kong by 26-0 in Hockey

Indian Hockey team won by a margin of 26-0, breaking an 86 -year old record held by the team.