Who’s US to tell India what weapons it must buy for its’ own defence?

Ashish Shukla

12th January 2020
I was seven when the United States sent its nuclear-powered Seventh Fleet to Bay of Bengal to scare India during the 1971 Indo-Pak War. Nearly half a century on,...

Prince Salman rolls out red carpet for “elder brother” Modi

Ashish Shukla

29th October 2019
Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has called India’s prime minister Narendra Modi his elder brother, though such bonds are easily forged when big...

NAM adrift as helmsman India has better views on horizon

Ashish Shukla

24th October 2019
Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) with 120-member countries is second only to the United Nations (UN) in size yet its’ two-day 18th Summit in Baku, Azerbaijan on Friday...

September 27: When Modi and Imran would address the UN

Newsbred Staff

25th September 2019
On September 27, Indian and Pakistan’s prime ministers, Narendra Modi and Imran Khan, would address the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Much would be...

United Nations: Is it still relevant for the future?

Newsbred Staff

24th September 2019
The 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly is upon us So is a new international “political season.”

Remembering Subhas Bose and his final journey

Ashish Shukla

18th August 2019
(1945 was a tumultuous year in world history. Adolf Hitler committed suicide. Germany surrendered on May 8. Atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima (August 6) and Nagasaki...

Would Indian Express not mind a communal flare-up?

Ashish Shukla

10th July 2019
 On a day when every mainstream national daily has lauded the message of “peace and brotherhood” in the Shoba Yatra at Hauz Qazi to douse communal...

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