UK expresses misgivings over US “rotten deal” to leave Afghanistan

LONDON, Aug 16  - The humiliation of the lightning Taliban takeover in Afghanistan after a 20-year war that cost hundreds of thousands of lives...

‘Naya Pakistan’ and its cornered tigresses

Society's 'Dunk' or "sting" against women needs to be neutralized. As female participation in the workforce increases, Pakistani society needs to work on the harassment they face outside their homes. Women need enough freedom to work morally, ethically and become able part of society rather than an isolated entity being pushed in a defensive corner now and again, a media anchor argues.

India: Dalit family assaulted by upper-class men

Members of a Dalit family, also known as "untouchable" in India, were assaulted for objecting to waste being dumped in front of their home.

911: Pakistan’s National Emergency helpline to be launched on July 25

PM Imran Khan is likely to inaugurate Pakistan's first National Emergency helpline, 911 combining all the emergency service numbers into one on July 25.

500 democrats urging US President to hold Israel accountable

Over 500 democrats have signed an open letter pressing President Joe Biden to hold Israel accountable and protect Palestine.

Is there any glimmer of hope for the Dalit in India?

On India’s Republic Day, some farmers climbed up ramparts of the Red Fort and hoisted the Khalsa flag. Some BJP workers took the opportunity to label...

How did the farmers’ protests turn into an oppressed peoples’ Movement in India

Police baton charge and water torrents on elderly farmers, besides inclement weather, sometimes become freezing. Farmers’ local and diaspora sympathizers flooded them with food,...

Op-ed: Will a more informed citizenry nibble the bait of Hindu rashtra?

It is gratuitous to unveil the truth about terrorism; unnecessary and often harmful or upsetting to write the truth of fighting terrorism because neither...

Op-ed: Internationalization of Kashmir is India’s biggest weakness

At the time of Partition, India knew that its policies with regard to the princely states were inconsistent. So, it feared the internationalization of...

UK MPs stand up against India’s illegal occupation of Kashmir

The suffering of the people of Occupied Kashmir has raised voices around the world, especially the British Parliament. On Thursday, in the House of...

100 British MPs send letter to PM Johnson to raise the issue of farmers protest with Modi

MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, who belongs from the Labour Party, has sent Prime Minister Boris Johnson a letter regarding the ongoing farmers' protests in...

Op-ed: Modi sponsors militant outfits in India

Following the Bharatya Janata Party’s electoral victories, there has been a mushroom growth of anti-Muslim quasi-military outfits in India. Extremist organizations like the Rashtrya...