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Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale

Dangers Of Neo Terrorism

Oct 11, 2012 B. Raman

Clearly, attempts are afoot to revive anger in sections of the Sikh community in Punjab and abroad. It's essential for the political leadership to pay heed, while taking care not to over-dramatise the situation

Poll Pourri

Mar 20, 2009 Chander Suta Dogra

The 25th anniversary of Operation Bluestar is round the corner and so are the elections. With a 'panthic' party at the helm in Punjab, it is unlikely that the ruling Akali Dal would let go of an opportunity like this to play politics....


Outlook Under Attack

Shiv Sena "activists" vandalise Outlook office in Mumbai to "protest" Bal Thackeray being "portrayed in a negative light" in Outlook's Independence Day special issue

Terror In The Wings

Jun 25, 2007 Ajai Sahni

L'affaire Dera Sacha Sauda only highlights the terrorist calculus in Punjab: that at some stage, a convergence of political incompetence, an emotive public issue, and public discontent will abruptly catalyse a resurgence of terror.


The Minority View

A vast number of Indians polled were of the view that Indira Gandhi was the best Prime Minister this nation ever had. Faith in the dynasty's ability to revive Congress deserves respect because, quite possibly, it reflects the majority view.

13 September, 2006

Enduring Freedom Or Enduring Musharraf?

B. Raman

Under the US leadership, the so-called war against terrorism has essentially become a war against Al Qaeda, but there are other adversaries too. To win against them all, US has to realise that freedom and Musharraf do not go together.


25 July, 2006

A Surgical Separation...

K.P.S. Gill

...between those who are directly involved in terrorism, and others - even where these others may include some elements sympathetic to the extremist cause, but who are not associated with any terrorist or criminal activity - is the most fundamental p


15 June, 2005

Ideas In Irreducible Conflict

K.P.S. Gill

Pakistan's dominant political forces remain relentlessly tied to the country's roots in the ideology of religious exclusion, theocratic authoritarianism, communal hatred, and Islamist extremism as against India's defining ideologies of secularism, li


07 February, 2005

How To Win The War

K.P.S. Gill

What most frightens bigots and fundamentalists across the world is the progress of science which destroys the irrational myths that underpin the cosmology of religions, and puts the power of knowledge into the hands of the people...


09 June, 2003

The Perverse Politics Of Communal Manipulation

K.P.S. Gill

There is a combination of factors that suggests that 'declaration of martyrdom' of Bhindranwale should not be viewed in isolation, and that there is, in fact, a concerted pattern indicating that mischief is afoot once more.


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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly at United Nations headquarters in New York.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly at United Nations headquarters in New York.

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Paramilitary jawans conduct a route march for Bhabanipur Assembly by-election, in Kolkata.

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Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi meet Governor of Punjab Banwarilal Purohit ahead of the oath taking ceremony for the Punjab Cabinet expansion, in Chandigarh

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