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Global Pulse: Europe’s plan to thwart the next migrant crisis, execution for Iran’s mystic

European leaders may have found a way to thwart the next big African crisis.

Pakistan’s new census: What has changed in 20 years

Pakistan’s new census, held after nearly two decades, and marred by series of attacks on census workers, shows what has changed in its demographic

Lessons from triple talaq: Women in minorities need more from courts in India & Pakistan

Courts in India and Pakistan seem reluctant to grant women their rights. That needs to change.

Exclusive: ‘Aridaman’, India’s second nuclear-armed submarine, is ready for launch

Launch within 6-8 weeks, will leave dry dock but induction to take some time.

After CPEC tilted priorities, China is now happy with a second-tier role in Afghanistan

China’s anxiety about a precipitate withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan is even greater than its unhappiness about the prospect of long-term US bases.

Global Pulse: US military more influential than ever, UK cherry-picks best bits from EU

As military leaders consolidate powers in the US, Trump’s critics see them as “a calming force amid the daily chaos of the White House”.
Donald Trump giving a speech

Talk Point: What are the implications of Trump’s statements on Pakistan & Afghanistan?

Donald Trump has promised more troops in Afghanistan and criticised Pakistan for supporting terrorism. Experts explain what this could mean for India and south Asia.

Visuals show India, China clash at Ladakh was serious, troops injured

The video, published first by ThePrint, shows troops first engaging in a close quarter fist-fight and then hurling stones at each other. Manu Pubby
Nawaz Sharif

It’s all about saving his family now as Nawaz Sharif’s hold on power weakens

Nawaz Sharif’s confrontational approach has caused concern within party ranks and some signs of dissent have already emerged 

I’ve seen more love, bonhomie between communities than hatred – Huma Qureshi

If Indians were inherently a divided lot, we wouldn’t have stuck together and stayed united, says the star of film Partition: 1947 Sanya Dhingra

On Camera

You know who’s really going local? Not RWA uncles, but Indian millennials

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the Atmanirbhar Bharat plan three months ago, but India’s millennials have been vocal for local for some time now.
Mukesh Ambani at ThePrint Off the Cuff

Mukesh Ambani is now world’s fourth richest man, overtakes Europe’s wealthiest

Reliance's shares have more than doubled from a low in March as its digital unit got billions in investments from companies including Facebook Inc. and Google.

Defence

A file photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh | Visharad Saxena | Special arrangement

India, China generals meet today as ‘PLA keeps up Pangong incursions, blocks army at Depsang’

The fresh round of dialogue comes as India and China have hit a stalemate in military talks with regard to disengagement at multiple flashpoints in Ladakh.
Illustration: Soham Sen | ThePrint

Modi redefined secularism with Ram Mandir as Hindu voters were fed up of Sonia-Left version

Assumptions that Indian secularism died with Ram Mandir bhoomi pujan are bunk. It is enshrined in the Constitution, and is worth preserving.