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Missing Indian workers in Afghanistan: Pakistan likely using deep links with Taliban and other networks to engineer kidnappings

Above: Ashraf Ghani, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan being received by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a meeting at Hyderabad house, in New Delhi (file pic)/Photo: UNI ~By Seema ...

A New World Axis

Above: US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. Photo: PIB As America transfers high-end military technology to India, it wants it to take on a greater role i...

Saving Kulbhushan Jadhav

A joint Indo-Pak peoples’ initiative spearheaded by lawyers has been launched to save the officer from the gallows of our neighbour. Is it possible for him to receive a fresh and fair trial?  ~By ...

Testy Ties

The Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal has led to frostiness in relations with China. Is this a conscious effort by Beijing at power projection since it is the number one economy in the world? ~By See...

Attack on Africans: Black Mark for India

The strong condemnation by African states of attacks on their nationals could affect the success of India’s outreach to this continent ~By Seema GuhaIndia was shocked at the strong reaction from he...

Sino-Indian ties: Needling Each Other

As Beijing expands its presence in the Indian Ocean, India too is boosting its ties in the region. But its footprints are nowhere close to China’s presence and sphere of influence ~By Seema GuhaAs ...

Indus Watershed

In a surprising U-turn, Modi government decides to hold talks with Pakistan on the Indus Water Commission ~By Seema Guha In a break from its position since the Uri attack, not to talk to Pakistan t...

Indo-Russian ties: the cool down period

The traditional friendship between India and Russia has developed wrinkles, thanks to Moscow’s growing closeness to Pakistan and China ~By Seema Guha As strategic dynamics in the world change, so i...

Theresa’s immigration initiative may hit Indians

UK PM Theresa May intends to bring down net immigration into her country down to 1,00,000 per year. This could hit Indians who form a major chunk of the immigrants there   By Sajeda Momin in London...

Consensus is a Delightfully Vague Concept

There is no case for blocking India’s membership to the NSG. China’s objections should not be binding The Nuclear Suppliers Gro-up (NSG) was set up as a club of nuclear equipment and fissil...

News Update

Youth Bar Association of India challenges ‘Skin to Skin’ judgment of Bombay High Court in Top Court

The Youth Bar Association of India has moved the Apex Court represented by AOR Manju Jetley challenging the recent "skin to skin" judgment of the Bombay High Court

Delhi HC upholds decision of trial court convicting duo in a rape case

The judgment was pronounced by a single-judge bench led by Justice Vibhu Bakhru on the appeal against the order of the trial court which had convicted the appellants for the offences punishable under Section 109 read with Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code.

Delhi High Court issues notice to Bar Council of Delhi on plea filed by law graduate denied enrollment

The counsel for the petitioner states that the candidate satisfies all needed criteria under the advocate's act, 1961, and there is no specific rule in Bar Council of India to bound the enrollment of the petitioner.

PIL in Delhi HC to immediately remove people squatting under the garb of Kisan Agitation & enforce law and order

A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Delhi High Court alleging that the violence that took place on January 26 shows the complete failure of the government
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