World  /  Published 06.11.18

UN denies forcing Asia lawyer to flee

The UN on Tuesday denied that it had forced the Pakistani lawyer of a Christian woman convicted of blasphemy to leave the country. Saif-ul-Malook fled to the Netherlands from Pakistan after violence ...
By AFP in United Nations

World  /  Published 02.11.18

Pak radicals to call off protests

A Pakistani extremist group said on Friday it would call off protests over the acquittal of a Christian woman who was facing hanging on blasphemy charges, striking a deal with the government to end th...
By Reuters in Islamabad

World  /  Published 02.11.18

Protests delay Asia Bibi's release

The release of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman who was acquitted eight years after being sentenced to death for blasphemy in Pakistan, was apparently delayed on Friday, after talks failed between the gov...

World  /  Published 31.10.18

Pak acquits Christian woman facing death row

Pakistan's top court on Wednesday acquitted a Christian woman who was sentenced to death on blasphemy charges in 2010, a landmark ruling that sparked protests by hard-line Islamists and raised fears o...
By AP in Islamabad

Opinion  /  Published 22.11.18

India has a role in Afghanistan, Taliban or no

Let’s consider India’s interests first. There are three assumptions on which India’s current Afghanistan policy is based. One, there is an overwhelming agreement that India’s interests lie in ...
By Pranay Kotasthane


Sports  /  Published 15.04.20

PCB admits Asia Cup a challenge

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani has asserted that the PCB will not agree to cancelling the Asia Cup, scheduled in the UAE in September, to make room for the Indian Premier League, whi...
By PTI in Karachi

North East  /  Published 03.08.19

Manipur cyclist on seven-nation tour

Cyclist Ji Ingobi Chongtham, 21, embarked on a seven-nation tour of South Asian countries from here on Saturday to spread the message of brotherhood.Chongtham, the eldest of three sons of Chingtham In...
By Robert Sapam in Imphal

Opinion  /  Published 28.07.19

The greatest threat to Indian democracy today

A friend, demoralized by the Bharatiya Janata Party’s emphatic victory in May, said ruefully that Narendra Modi could now write Annihilation of Caste, given how decisively his party swept Uttar Prad...
By Mukul Kesavan

Business  /  Published 25.07.19

Hormuz heat on crude supply

India on Thursday expressed its concern over the volatility in oil prices following rising tension in the Strait of Hormuz and urged Saudi Arabia to keep the price at reasonable levels. Saudi energy m...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

Cricket  /  Published 21.09.18

Wanted to make a mark: Jadeja

This was a comeback which perhaps even Ravindra Jadeja himself couldn’t have dreamt of. On Wednesday, Jadeja was busy representing Saurashtra in a Vijay Hazare Trophy match against Uttar Pradesh in ...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta


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