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Kites

Pakistan arrested more Basant kite flyers than terrorists this year

If arresting kite flyers was one of FATF's compliance requirements, then Pakistan would have transcended even the grey list to get itself on the white list.
Imran Khan, chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in Islamabad | Asad Zaidi/Bloomberg

Imran Khan’s Naya Pakistan is becoming Naya North Korea

In opposition, Imran Khan had warned Nawaz Sharif of protests if social media was banned. As PM, he took a U-turn on that as well.
Kashmir Solidarity Day

Pakistanis have nothing to celebrate on Kashmir Solidarity Day except discounts on clothes

The real winner of the Kashmir Solidarity Day is the common Pakistani who sees this day for what it is. A holiday in the middle of the week.
File photo of Imran Khan | ANI Photo

Pakistan marks #KashmirHour — with sirens, slogans and ‘empty’ Lahore streets

As Imran Khan makes a bid to corner India on Article 370, Pakistan Twitter appears divided — some support PM's call, others make fun of it.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan | File Photo: ImranKhanOfficial/Facebook

In Imran Khan’s Pakistan it’s not the economy, stupid. It is a dreaded word keeping PM awake

What was more or less an inside joke about Imran Khan being a 'selected prime minister' has now become a joke beyond borders.
Fayyaz Hossan

Sacked Pakistani minister Fayyaz Chohan has a history of being anti-Hindu, racist & sexist

Fayyaz-ul Hassan Chohan has been videotaped making misogynistic remarks about women actors in Pakistan and hurling abuses at a TV host.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Imran Khan’s PTI on IAF strike: Bollywood causing Indian media to hallucinate

Tweeting from its official handle, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, led by PM Imran Khan, denied the IAF had dropped any bombs on Pakistani territory.
PTM rally

What Imran Khan’s latest domestic headache, Pashtun Tahafuz Movement, is all about

With the ongoing protests in Pakistan over the alleged killing of one PTM activist, ThePrint takes a look at the movement's history.
Nawaz Sharif

What Nawaz Sharif’s arrest and the current political situation in Pakistan mean for India

Ex-foreign secy Kanwal Sibal sees danger for India in the way the Pakistani establishment is sidelining opposition leaders, but other experts don’t agree.
Aleema Khanum

PM Imran Khan’s sister owns benami property in Dubai, says Pakistan’s probe agency

Here’s what’s happening across the border: Transgender model’s movie wins global award; tweets saying Israeli aircraft in Pak airspace sparks massive row.

On Camera

Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, top right, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, top centre, Sundar Pichai of Alphabet, bottom left, and Tim Cook of Apple, centre left, swearing in during a US House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing, 29 July | Mandel Ngan/AFP/Bloomberg

Why Amazon, Apple, FB and Google are in the dock. It’s not just about economy

Even if the US Congress enacts new legislation, short of breaking up Big Tech, antitrust actions will not directly take on its bigger power.
Poultry farm (Representative Image) | Commons

India’s poultry industry needs Rs 20,000 cr to recover from crash caused by Covid rumours

Chicken prices at the farm gate plummeted as much as 70% in March from January, forcing farmers to cull large numbers and causing huge losses.

Defence

Representational image. A file photo of light Sprut-SDM1 tank in Moscow. | Photo: Commons

Russia offers India Sprut lightweight tanks amid stand-off with China

Russia's offer comes as China has deployed Type 15 light tanks while India has relied on the heavier battle tanks. Talks are on, but no immediate purchase is on the cards.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Modi govt’s NEP is out of touch with reality, Indian voters want English-medium education

State leaders with their ear to the ground, like Nitish, Mamata and Yogi, have shown that the push for native language education is not what voters want.