Jallianwala Bagh massacre: Jeremy Corbyn wants an apology, Theresa May would not apologize; I want apology and reparation
- Partha Banerjee পার্থ ব্যানার্জি
One Hundred Years of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre by the British Tyrants
Why does it matter today?
On April 13, 1919, on the auspicious New Year’s Day, British military under Gen. Reginald Dyer opened fire on a nonviolent crowd of men, ...
The apparent enigma of India's growth
- Prabhat Patnaik പ്രഭാത് പട്നായിക്
AT first sight it appears to be an enigma. India has been recording, according to official statistics, one of the highest GDP growth rates among all the countries of the world, so much so that epithets like “emerging economic superpower” ...
Volatile Kashmir needs careful handling
- Jagdish Rattanani जगदीश रतनानी
Even though it’s difficult to prevent every attack, there should be some capacity to have credible intelligence inputs.
“We will tackle every terrorist in a befitting way. We will break the backbone of terrorism in Jammu and ...
India: Time to overhaul the Sedition Law for good
- Shashi Tharoor ശശി തരൂര് शशि थरूर
The sedition law is archaic, introduced by the British in order to keep its former colony on its knees.
The sedition law is archaic, introduced by the British in order to keep its former colony on its knees. The language was toughened ...
India’s Communists and the elections of 2019: only an alternative agenda can defeat the right-wing
Interview with Brinda Karat
Ahead of the 2019 elections in India — the largest exercise of electoral democracy in the world– Brinda Karat of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) discusses the current political context in the country and the left-led resistance ...
The new Great Game on the Roof of the World: On the road in the Karakoram
- Pepe Escobar Пепе Эскобар
CPEC involves road and rail projects, dams and a pipeline from Gwadar to Xinjiang, but it is very long-term endeavor as a visit to the country revealed
The glorious view of the Hunza Valley and snow-capped mountains from the top of Baltit Fort. ...
A practical approach to Meng Wanzhou's case
- Kong Qingjiang 孔清江
The unusual arrest of Meng Wanzhou, a Chinese national, by the Canadian authorities at the request of the United States, triggered worries and even anger among the Chinese people. Meng, chief financial officer of Huawei, a Chinese Telecom giant, was ...
Nissan must rebuild its governance
- The Japan Times
Carlos Ghosn, who reigned over Nissan Motor Co. for nearly two decades after reviving the major automaker and led the Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi Motors global automobile alliance, has been arrested on suspicion that he underreported his executive income ...
Under the Pakistani volcano
- Pepe Escobar Пепе Эскобар
While Khan plays on a complex geopolitical chessboard, Chinese aid could be a financial lifeline as Islamabad faces off against deadly religious extremism
It has been a breathless week, huddled in the shadow of the simmering, ...
Narendra Modi buries India’s ‘unipolar predicament’
- MK Bhadrakumar
This weekend held out surprises on two counts. One, the spectre of a US-China New Cold War met sudden death as President Trump phoned President Xi Jinping on Thursday to turn the clock back to happier times. Trump openly sought to end the trade war ...