Kashmir separatist movement is doomed by association with Pakistan, Pakistan’s self-proclaimation did not find it worth defending
Kashmir Valley is boiling again, a sorry teardrop on the proud face of the Indian Union. About the size of Kuwait or Swaziland, it is home to a small but noxious school of separatists who have made “azadi” a life
India short of 500,000 doctors, bodies on shoulders are just reminders of health crisis prevailing in the country
Balochistan under the spotlight: Why does Pakistan now swear by the very same UN Security Council resolution it rejected in 1948?
Post office can soon shut down its creaky, expensive money order service: Unified Payment Interface takes a big leap
Two unique cases that have come up before British courts recently illustrate the ethical questions confronting judicial decision-making
As the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections draw close, the politicians are changing colours so fast as to give chameleons a tough competition