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Middle East
Opinion  /  Published 29.03.23

Fantasy over facts

In just the past 10 days, the Middle East has witnessed seismic shifts that appear to have taken New Delhi by surprise...
By Charu Sudan Kasturi

Opinion  /  Published 14.03.23

China’s role in Iran-Saudi Arabia deal

Unlike the US, China is seen as an unbiased player in the Middle East, with Israel, Saudi Arabia and Iran all keen on strong ties with Beijing...
By The Editorial Board

Business  /  Published 03.03.23

Vistara starts Dammam flight

The addition to the airline’s growing international network is in line with its goal to further strengthen its presence in the Middle East...
By PTI in Dubai

Opinion  /  Published 03.02.23

New fires: The Israel-Palestine conflict

Israel has the most hardline right-wing government in its history, and Mr Benjamin Netanyahu needs to pander to the most extremist elements within his coalition to stay in power...
By The Editorial Board

News  /  Published 16.12.22

Etihad, Thai airways to resume flights from Kolkata

Kolkata airport officials however said there was no sign of any direct air link with Europe...
By Sanjay Mandal in Kolkata

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Places  /  Published 24.11.22

Twenty-four hours in Doha — explore a world beyond the World Cup

Art, adrenaline, history: Make the most of your trip to the capital of the World Cup 2022 host nation...
By Ashwin Rajagopalan

Opinion  /  Published 08.11.22

New term: Netanyahu’s return to power

The government Israel’s longest-serving PM will lead will be the most religiously conservative and openly anti-Palestinian ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 05.09.22

Shared threat: Climate change

Countries with shared geography unable to cooperate on a common existential threat because of old enmities serves as a reminder of how geopolitics can stymie efforts at defeating climate change...
By The Editorial Board

Places  /  Published 26.08.22

Jordan: A desert rose that blooms with the fragrance of history

From romancing the ruins of Petra to floating in the Dead Sea, Jordan will leave you spellbound...
By Niloy Nag

Opinion  /  Published 16.08.22

Parliament’s silence over attack on Rushdie

Be it religious orthodoxies or elected autocrats, in the Middle East, the East or the West, repressive regimes have forever been at war with democracy...
By The Editorial Board


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