The Telegraph
Thursday , October 12 , 2017

Shifting towards the Right

Pakistan has no dearth of bigots but if bigotry had a name, it would have been Captain (retd) Muhammad Safdar Awan. He is not just an ordinary member of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz; he is also the son-in-law of the former prime minister, Nawa......   | Read..

Slices of salami

China and Indonesia have started a new tug-of-war over the latter's declaration of intent to rename its 200-mile exclusive economic zone north of the Natuna Islands the &qu......   | Read..

Lost illusions

There is an old saying in Bihar that one cannot see warts on one's own forehead. When he professes socialism and foregrounds honesty, the chief minister of Bihar, Nitish Ku......   | Read..

Stripped down

Farmers are not the police's favourite people. That their protests are localized and often about apparently different issues provide adequate scope to pretend that they are......   | Read..

A living idea

The apathy of official Marxist parties in India to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Karl Marx's first volume of Das Kapital: Kritik der politischen Ökonomie, pu......   | Read..

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