Monday, 16 Sep 2019
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Could Lack Of Clarity, Transparency In Kashmir Lockdown Lead To 'Operation Parakram'-Like Fate?
Unlike ‘Parakram’, which did not affect common people, the worst sufferers this time are the civilians as the lockdown and severe restrictions have crippled health services and communications.
Sep 12, 2019
Why Do Our Police, The Largest In The World, Struggle To Prevent 'Cow Vigilante' Violence?
The answer to this will be found in Vappala Balachandran’s book “Keeping India Safe: The Dilemma of Internal Security.
Nov 14, 2017
Outlook Web Bureau
The Risks Of Divide-To-Integrate
Aug 08, 2019
A Sea Lamprey Waits For Them
China’s gargantuan intelligence network straddles the world. Faligot charts its insecure, pre-revolutionary start, consolidation and West-aided technical leap.
Jul 31, 2019
From Inversnaid to Loch Katrina and Loch Linnhe to the spectacular Scottish Highlands of Glen Etive, a diary on visit to Scotland.
Mar 06, 2019
Gangtok: Anvil Of Statehood
Sikkim’s democratic transformation into an Indian state was planned and executed by RAW. Sidhu, who led the team, gives a nail-biting account.
Jan 16, 2019
Caesaria’s Misdirected Stabs
This is no starry-eyed study of Mossad’s acumen in assassinations, but a catalogue of its horrible bunglings and politically naive judgements too
Nov 08, 2018
Two Wayfarers On The Bridge Of Spies
Track II is a behind-the-scenes bridge to efforts at resolution. Dulat and Durrani’s informative ‘intel dialogue’ falls short of the candour that might make a difference.
Jun 07, 2018
Under The Knights’ Table
The young intelligence czar and confidant of president Rhee saved America’s day in the Korean conflict. His fall was as steep as his ascent.
Mar 08, 2018
A Neo-Colonial Project Called SDM Syndrome
A spurt in ‘separatist diasporian movement’ gives Canadian Khalistanis new impetus
Feb 01, 2018
What’s To Be Done With Our Cops?
With the world’s largest force, India is not short of police personnel. Free them from provincial satraps, and much of our policing troubles will end.
Nov 23, 2017
In A Coven Of Spymasters
An old spy is called up, and an almost cold case dug up. It’s back behind the dreaded curtain in central Europe, against the cold steel of the Stasi.
Sep 29, 2017
'Worse Than Expected': RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das On 5% GDP Growth
On Amit Shah's Hindi Push, Karnataka CM Yediyurappa Says He 'Won't Compromise'
Farooq Abdullah Slapped With PSA, An Act Introduced By His Father 42 Years Ago
NIA Unearths Deadly Jaish Plot: After Pulwama, Major Indian Cities Were Next 'Fidayeen' Targets
Saudi Aramco Assures India Of No Oil Supply Shortage, Says Govt
From Cambodian Polls To Broken Heart Syndrome, Valley Newspapers Carry Everything But Kashmir
The World Is Watching India. It Won't Let Us Get Away On Kashmir, NRC For Too Long
BLOG | Rumours Have Stronger Legs Than Denials In Kashmir Valley
New Job For Justice Gaur: Even Arun Jaitley Felt It Was Wrong To Reward Retiring Judges
Strong And Decisive Leadership May Not Help Always. It Can Cause More Damage Than Good
Kashmiris Are Angry, Yet They Are Calm. Why?
'No Shah, Sultan Or Samrat Should...': Kamal Haasan Jabs Amit Shah On Hindi Push
To Support Or Oppose Amit Shah's Hindi Push? Bengal BJP In A Fix
How Many Tuned Into Watch IND-PAK WC Match? These Numbers Will Stun You
'My Father Was Killed': Woman Shaves Her Head Every Morning To Seek Justice
Guardian’s List Of Top 100 Movies Pricks Bollywood’s Content-Rich Era Bubble
Case Against Two Vets For Death Of Pet Dog At Telangana CM's Residence
In Snow-Clad Ladakh, Khenrab Phutsog Works To Save The Elusive Snow Leopard
In Stern Message, Ravi Shastri Warns Rishabh Pant Not To Play Rash Shots Again
Bhima Koregaon Files: The Story Of Nine Activists Being Punished Without Trial
Sex Up The Cinemascope
Scramble To Buy Land In J&K, Ladakh Mount; Fear Of 'Outsiders' Makes Locals Wary
The Dark Art Of Deepfake: How This Height Of Manipulation Can Even Make Mona Lisa Frown
M-S-D: Three Musketeers Who Engineered Kashmir's Bloodless Coup, But Are Their Plans Sustainable?
Death By Debt: Indian Businesses Are Devastated, Tax Terror Adds To Woes
Spilling The Beans: How Murky Was Cafe Coffee Day Founder VG Siddartha's Death
Kashmir Fireworks Incite Separatist Voices In Tamil Nadu, Will It Sully BJP's Image?
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