The Telegraph
Thursday , September 14 , 2017

Freedoms and sport

Gauri Lankesh's brutal murder earlier this month jolted India and its media in a way we have not seen before; probably because most Indians take their freedoms for granted. Journalists in Pakistan have seen various ups and downs when it comes to m......   | Read..

The bureaucracy is ailing

There is no point in denying that the Indian bureaucracy is one of the worst in the world and is widely notorious for its labyrinthine rules and genetic negativity. India i......   | Read..

Far cry

Mehbooba Mufti's Jammu and Kashmir government is an uneasy coalition of extremes. Her Peoples' Democratic Party represents Kashmiri aspiration at its core; the intents and ......   | Read..

Ticking away

Not all babies are precious gifts. Some are the aftermath of the sordid reality that is the life of India's girl children. A child under 16 is raped every 155 minutes in In......   | Read..

Where life is cut short

September 10 is observed as 'World Suicide Prevention Day'. Suicide is perturbing. However, the most serious aspect of the phenomenon today is that it is increasing among t......   | Read..

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