under Pakistan

Caught between the call of jihad and the politics of poverty, Sheikh Hasina is battling alone for Bangladesh. India and the West had better take notice

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11 Feb 2016 | BY Ullekh NP in Dhaka

Indian artists may not have set hearts aflutter but those from Pakistan and Nepal added spice to the local flavours

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3 Feb 2016 | BY Somak Ghoshal

That’s life in a lost state

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21 Jan 2016 | BY Aresh Shirali

The visit of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Islamabad will result in better appreciation of it in Pakistan’s capital

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10 Dec 2015

Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s magisterial memoir further underlines the truth that the consolidation of India’s own nationhood depends crucially on our being able to look on Pakistan as a friend and neighbour, not as a threat and an enemy

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8 Oct 2015 | BY Mani Shankar Aiyar

Artist couple Rehana and Shakil Saigol trace their roots to Kolkata, a city they say nourished their imagination

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27 Aug 2015 | BY Sunaina Kumar

Pakistan’s death penalty, initially reserved only for terror convicts, was extended to all capital crimes in March 2015

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6 Aug 2015

The recent capture of a Pakistani militant shows yet again why New Delhi must adopt a multi-pronged strategy

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6 Aug 2015

The Gujral Foundation’s decision to present two artists from India and Pakistan in its collateral show at the 56th Venice Biennale this year did seem like a risky proposition. Thankfully, it was the choice of artists that made the difference

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29 Jul 2015 | BY Somak Ghoshal

The author of Partition’s latest retelling retrieves the details and lesser-known stories of the Subcontinent’s big divide 

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22 Jul 2015 | BY Rajni George
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