By choosing not to escalate a crisis, India is deliberately swallowing its anger because the cost-to-benefit analysis does not favour war
And he called Pakistanis for a fight — to end poverty, illiteracy, unemployment and infant mortality
The whole business of prohibition in Gujarat is a big charade. It is soggy wet so those who want to drink, get enough of it but for a price.
Rural politics in UP, and perhaps also in many other parts of India, revolves around three points: the thana, the tehsil and the public sector bank
Just outside the famed Reis Magos fort, it was not the fantastic view that one saw but the shattered bottles littered around
It has been successful in generating the belief in India that their leadership is sufficiently irrational and might just press the nuclear button
Full text of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's speech at the UN
A visible upside of Brexit, restaurateurs were pleasantly surprised to find Londoners regaining their appetite for dining out
A former US Foreign Service employee apologizes to his daughter for the world filled with misplaced fears he’s turning over to her.
If there's a politician who is the exact opposite of Merkel, it would be Netanyahu. Merkel is a moral heroine, Netanyahu is a moral coward
Three years on, the trauma of September 8 just refuses to dissipate.
Ravi Velloor’s book India Rising: Fresh Hope, New Fears chronicles the key events of the decade that led to the rise of Narendra Modi.
She was a bit of a Robin Hood who wouldn’t give two hoots about what you thought of her as she unabashedly ensnared the haves into involuntary corporate social responsibility for the have-nots.
It seems destined, along with the rest of India's economy, to be showing promise that it cannot match through delivery.
The auction had little real-time action after, as I was told most auctions are; but the setting more than made up for it.
A new Mel Gibson film in the pipeline on Desmond Doss, who won America's highest military award without ever firing a shot.