Onion crisis and its political shadow is one of history’s poor jokes

Ashish Shukla

28th November 2019
India is battling a crisis of onions, which its’ billion-plus citizens can’t do without, threatening a political fallout too grave in nature, and which must...

India’s border woes: A legacy of Colonialism, geography and Pakistan

Ashish Shukla

18th November 2019
India is shouting from the rooftop it has made no transgressions across its eastern borders in neighbouring Nepal but it has made no difference to latter whose prime...

No sooner “violent Muslims” emerge than the “victim Muslim” card is brought to play

Ashish Shukla

1st May 2019
Sri Lanka, shaken to the bones because of terror attacks of Easter Sunday, has asked its people to be without veils. It has upset Indian Express greatly. For two...

Folly of equating Vande Mataram with religion

Rohit Sardana

26th July 2017
The Partition divided India. Jinnah went away as soon as he made Pakistan. But the poison remained in Free India. The unassailable symbols of our freedom struggle came under its...

Nehru and “Ashoka Not So Great”

Newsbred Staff

19th September 2016
NewsBred publishes an extract from “The Ocean of Churn” by Sanjeev Sanyal, released last month, which turns upside down the legacy of “Ashoka the Great”)

Indo-China Cold War is bad news for BRICS

Ashish Shukla

13th April 2016
The Indo-US agreement on sharing military logistics to counter China’s assertiveness in Indian Ocean could have wider ramifications. 

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