Monthly Archives: June 2014

Pakistan caught in its own vicious web

Lessons from history not yet learnt Islamabad today is badly caught in the crossfire of terrorist groups, the ISI, the military and the civil society. India has  stakes in the success of democratic forces without military overtones. This will be … Continue reading

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Reinventing the Congress

Merit, not the dynasty tag, can do the trick The Congress today suffers from the over-affluence of its ill-gotten wealth  at the cost of the public exchequer. It was once taken in by Dev Kant Barooah’s sweet notes of Indira … Continue reading

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