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Muslims must not be given equal status: BJP’s top leader Subramanian Swamy

Dr Subramanian Swamy, a senior leader of the ruling party, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and a member of India’s parliament, has said that Muslims...
Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan & Yuvraj Singh under fire for supporting Shahid Afridi’s charity

Former Indian cricketers Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh were derided on Indian social media after they appealed for the donations for the charity foundation...
cow urine

Indians line-up for Cow urine spray for smelly “corona cure”

The sale of cow urine has spiked exponentially in Gujrat, India, since the outbreak of coronavirus in the country. Citizens have increased the consumption...
covid-19

COVID-19 will alter the geopolitics in the region

In its wake, COVID-19 crippled economies made states dysfunctional, disintegrated social bonds by isolation, social distancing overwhelmed health and safety infrastructure the world over....
Modi

Modi generated migrant crisis has become top threat to India’s corona safety

Prime Minister Modi's terrible mishandling of his country's 21-day lockdown demand has created a self-inflicted humanitarian crisis of extreme proportions in the world's second-most...
economy

Why world economy is at the brink of collapse? Investment Banker explains

Paris is not so romantic anymore. Is it? Manhattan sleeps very early now. Doesn’t it? Giving hugs and kisses is considered a sign of...

India is busy in hating Muslims in the age of pandemic!

After China and Italy the world has turned its attention to India. A country of 1.3 billion that has seen a surge in cases...
lockdown

Lockdown will shake Indian economy to its foundations

Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing the nation yesterday announcing “total lockdown” in the country, Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro also took to...
World War C

Can India and Pakistan fight “Corona War” together?

South Asia is poised to be pummeled by the COVID-19 pandemic given its largely dilapidated health infrastructure and widespread abject poverty, which isn't helped...
lockdown

Coronavirus: One third of humanity under lockdown

India's billion-plus population went into a three-week lockdown on Wednesday, with a third of the world now under orders to stay indoors, as US...
lockdown

India locks down 1.3 billion people as Asia braces for virus outbreak

Here are the latest developments from Asia related to the novel coronavirus pandemic: India to impose total lockdown India's 1.3 billion people will go under "total...
Turkey

Here’s why Turkey, Iran and Malaysia spoke up on Kashmir

The report in the Economic Times that India has signed a contract with a Turkish firm to build fleet support vessels for the Indian...
Imran Khan

Imran Khan receives advice from Rishi Kapoor to fight coronavirus

Former Indian actor Rishi Kapoor has suggested Prime Minister Imran Khan to advice his people to take precautions. He expressed concerns for the people...
India

Indo-Russia Strategic Triangle: plan to open major trade route via Iran

Opening a long-pending multi-modal transportation corridor via Iran will be a big boost for bilateral trade between Russia and India, but it’s not just...
India

Is India ready to tackle coronavirus spike?

Watching the interview of Dr. R. Laxminarayan, director of the Washington-based Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy and lecturer at Princeton University, with...
rape

The gang-rape and murder that shocked India

Four men were hanged Friday, more than seven years after a gang-rape and murder that stunned India. Here are the facts surrounding the crime. What...
curfew

India imposes one-day curfew to combat virus

India's government on Thursday announced a one-day curfew for the 1.3-billion population and banned international flights to test the country's ability to fight the...
Coronavirus

What is the motive behind Modi’s $10m pledge against Coronavirus?

RT contributor Abhijit Majumder, a senior Indian journalist who's been the editor of three national dailies, published a piece praising Indian Prime Minister Modi...
Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus becoming less dangerous as good news arrive

Coronavirus has created multiple crisis across the world, from food and medicine shortages to trade and tourism cut. Nations are depressed due to the...

Coronavirus: BJP leader arrested for holding cow urine drinking event

A BJP activist has been arrested for arranging a cow urine drinking event touted as a cure and prevention from coronavirus. The arrest came...
India

Self-destruction 101: This is how India is destroying itself

Fragile democracies of the third world countries like India are vulnerable to vision-less populism and often cause severe damage to their vital national interests....
Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal shuts down for visitors amid coronavirus fears

India will close the iconic Taj Mahal to visitors from Tuesday as part of measures to try and combat the coronavirus pandemic, the tourism...
cow urine

Cow urine for sale in India for coronavirus cure

Dozens of Hindu activists held a cow urine party in the Indian capital Saturday to protect themselves from the new coronavirus, as countries around...
Modi remembers neighborhood first

Modi remembers ‘Neighbourhood First’ policy in light of Corona

After an interlude of nearly six years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is once again networking with India’s neighbors in a SAARC setting. He had...
Kashmiri

A Kashmiri’s experience of living in Delhi

As a kid in Kashmir I always used to hear stereotypes about people and places like do not grow beard outside Kashmir, they will...
IPL

World’s biggest cricket tournament canceled over coronavirus

The Indian Premier League, the world's most lucrative cricket competition, on Friday postponed the start of this year's tournament amid mounting anxiety in India...
Abdullah

Is India easing up on Kashmiris? As it releases Farooq Abdullah

Indian authorities on Friday released an influential Kashmir lawmaker who had been held for seven months after New Delhi stripped the disputed region of...
Water

Hydro-politics in South Asia: Impending omens of war – III

Bangladesh will experience a serious threat to its water supply by Indian activities upstream the Ganges river as well. The Brahmaputra and Ganges rivers...
Kashmir

What Has Pacifism Achieved For Kashmir

March 15, 2020 marks eight months of illegal annexation of the valley of Jammu and Kashmir by India. As reported by Amnesty International, the...
India

India’s gory citizenship law

Many countries including Iran, Indonesia, Turkey and Malaysia are rueful at enactment of India’s controversial communal citizenship act. Several international business and political figures...

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Is Imran Khan responsbile for problems of Pakistan?

Corona Virus has hit the world hard. The developed countries are reeling under its potent onslaught. Desperate cries of shortage of ventilators, hospital beds...

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