Erasing Tiananmen memories

India, June 16 -- China justifies its brutal Tiananmen actions in the name of maintaining stability. The Communist Party has used both algorithm and human editors to erase every sign of the massacre f... Read More

Jehad in Sahel: New menace for Africa, West

India, May 12 -- Islamist terror in the Sahel is not a new phenomenon. It has been gaining ground for long. While fighting major wars in West Asia, Afghanistan and Syria - catalysed by democratic defi... Read More

Libya crisis: Game of brinkmanship

India, April 28 -- Libya has witnessed eight years of chaos and disaster since the arrival of the Arab Spring and the assassination of its longest serving ruler Muammar Gaddafi on October 20, 2011, du... Read More

Bashir's ouster not enough to save Sudan

India, April 21 -- Sudan and its people heaved a sigh of relief after dethroning notorious Omar al-Bashir, who ruled the country since 1989 with an iron fist. The people of Sudan have earned respect a... Read More

Relevance of Ambedkar today

India, April 14 -- While commemorating the 128th birth anniversary of Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar today, one can certainly proclaim that he was no less a prophet who lived, inspired and left a legacy fo... Read More

Thai polls: Fear of hybrid democracy

India, April 7 -- Thailand has been under military rule since 2014 after the removal of the popularly elected Government of Yingluck Shinawatra. She happened to be the country's first woman Prime Min... Read More

At 70, NATO needs New Transatlantic Vision

India, March 31 -- The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) that was founded on April 4, 1949 is completing 70 years next month. Unlike many other global alliances and treaties, the NATO's coming... Read More