In my life, people thought I was against the Pakistani Army. Reality is I was just their fauji.
As Arab countries start dealing openly with Israel, Palestinians are left holding Gaza and carved up areas of West Bank. It’s no different in Kashmir.
In England, the continuing anger that Maradona “got away with it” in 1986 comes out of the ashes of empire.
After the Nagrota encounter, retired Army officers have strongly advanced the case for placing the border guarding forces under its command.
In episode 627 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta talks about BJP's political tactics and Amit Shah's 'P-2-P approach'.
Connected lending across the world has resulted in a lender-borrower mismatch, turning the business sour and unprofitable.
Neeraj Kumar, the former Delhi Police Commissioner, writes about his role in the making of Netflix’s ‘Delhi Crime’. And why the police mannerisms are on point.
The idea of recognising Israel is a hard sell for the people of Pakistan who have been brought up for over 70 years on the idea of having permanent enemies — India and Israel.
In episode 626 of #CutTheClutter, Shekhar Gupta talks about the 'love jihad' law in UP and how it compares to other anti-conversion laws in other states.