The city is heaving with tourists soaking up the Mediterranean sun, and gorging on ice cream and kababs.
The challenge before the nation is to reach out to disaffected young Muslims by addressing their concerns
How I was stung, how the sting fell apart in court
Green shoots of Ghalib: the irony would have pleased the poet
Jehad is both holy war and inner spiritual struggle in the Quran. Its followers have to learn to read it...
Under Modi, serious debate has drowned in saffron diatribe
An open letter to the RSS chief, Muslim bashing ain’t working
Our PM’s recalculation of how long Indians have been ‘slaves’
Bye, bye secular democracy, hello ‘ethnic democracy’?
Rome looks like a vast clapped-out post-party set redeemed only by the sweeping majesty of its historic ruins.
The paranoia is misplaced, there’s no ‘cultural Emergency’ in India
In the Tarun Tejpal rape case, the Indian media, particularly television news, has more or less censored...
The story of exiled Ugandan Indians in the UK
There is a joke that while the rest of the world has four seasons, Britain has five...