World  /  Published 11.05.19

Putin scores, wins and then falls at hockey match

Russia’s President, Vladimir V. Putin, has long cultivated a proud image as a man in control, both at work and at play. He is known as a fierce competitor in the ice hockey rink, after learning to p...
By Palko Karasz/New York Times News Service in London

Opinion  /  Published 21.02.20

Arms and the men

New Delhi was exultant in 1985 when a memorandum of understanding with the United States of America promised sophisticated American military technology in return for India in effect renouncing the bom...
By Sunanda K. Datta-Ray in

Books  /  Published 19.04.19

The socialist vision: Newer perspectives

The collapse of the USSR resulted in, among other things, a resurfacing of critical studies of Marxism going beyond the Cold War polarities. One part of that was a recovery of the wide spectrum within...
By Kunal Chattopadhyay in

World  /  Published 03.04.19

NATO chief warns US Congress on Russia threat

By AP in Washington

India  /  Published 28.03.19

Geopolitics and polls seen in Shakti timing

A mix of concerns relating to global geopolitics and the upcoming general election may have influenced India’s decision to conduct its anti-satellite missile test, analysts said on Thursday amid sug...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

World  /  Published 24.03.19

'Trump did not conspire with Russia in 2016'

The US Justice Department said on Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller's probe did not find evidence that President Donald Trump's campaign 'conspired or coordinated' with Russia to influence th...
By AP in Washington

World  /  Published 23.03.19

Now comes Washington’s Garbo, Robert Mueller

I got a call at 3 pm on Friday from the Washington electric company telling me that a manhole in front of my house was smoking, that the underground cable to my house had burned up because it was old ...
By Maureen Dowd/NYTNS in Washington

World  /  Published 22.03.19

Moscow to Miami, to have a baby

Every year, hundreds of pregnant Russian women travel to the United States to give birth so that their child can acquire all the privileges of American citizenship.They pay anywhere from $20,000 to so...
By AP in Miami

World  /  Published 22.01.20

Russia-Poland feud over history

Over the next week, world leaders will gather twice to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the most notorious of Nazi Germany’s death camps.That there will be two comp...
By AP in Warsaw

Opinion  /  Published 12.02.19

The shifting sands of Afghanistan

Has the season of guns been replaced by the season of talks in Afghanistan? The United States of America held parleys with representatives of the Taliban, now once again in ascendancy, in Qatar recent...
By The Editorial Board in


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