It was Mohammad Ali Jinnah who had fought and won a legal case on behalf of the Khan of Kalat for declaring Balochistan an independent country – separate from India and Pakistan. It was Jinnah who made a perfidious volte-face …Here’s a looking at the world’s longest running insurgency movement and the perils ahead.
As Yogi Adityanath completes one month as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, a look at the legacy of the Gorakhnath mutt and its rising ‘son’.
Rural India can truly unlock the country’s potential if the correct policy frameworks and will to execute such programs give it the right push and direction.
Is India ready for an audacious answer?
The award was given “as per faith and belief of Hindus” given the huge sentimentality attached with the land considered to be the birthplace of Lord Ram.
One day the Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar was wandering through a desert with a friend when dusk fell and it suddenly turned very cold. The two gathered wood to warm themselves in the night only to discover that they had no light to ignite the timber. His friend asked Qalandar to turn into a Huma (bird) and get charcoal from hell.
The people of Punjab have handed Captain Amarinder Singh the best birthday gift he could have asked for. With a clear mandate for the Congress to rule in Punjab, the verdict is even more special for the Maharaja of Patiala who had earlier admitted that this would be the last election that he would be contesting.
The Modi-Shah juggernaut is unstoppable.
Security and progress versus wildlife and environment. 150 years earlier, human endeavour won over Mother Nature. Is history going to repeat itself in an even more brutal way?
The great memorials in the ocean are an unspoken salute to Mother India for she symbolises much of what Kanyakumari embodies and epitomises.
After much speculation whether the Union Budget will be presented today after the sudden demise of parliamentarian E Ahamed, the cat is finally out of the bag.
Shiromani Akali Dal seems certain that it is unlikely to be lucky a third time in a row.
On dimly lit evenings, when as a young boy, a scared Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi would cuddle in his cot, the household maid Rambha would tell him to chant the name of Lord Rama. She assured him that Rama Nama (the name of God Rama) would be his shield, whatever may be the dangers he would face in life.
Zen belief encourages us to live and give everything to the particular moment of existence.
A bird soars in the sky, its shadow falls on the ground. Both the bird and earth are unmindful about the shadow. Yet, it exists. This is Zen.
Donald Trump is all set to take office as the 45th President of the United States and Barack Obama wishes to tell the world, and more so his people, that things “will be OK”.
The initial shock-result has sunk in, but the despair that many felt is yet to alleviate. For the world, Trump at the Oval office could be a mixed bag.
At the onset of the New Year, we must pledge not to convert Delhi into a gas chamber that we experienced it to be in the last months of 2016.
How a theologian’s walk through a forest on a crisp evening changed the way we perceive Christmas.
As the tempest of time moves to relegate Fidel Castro into the shadows, on November 25, the world paused to remember that they don’t make them like that anymore!
Most cannot believe it, but Donald Trump is all set to take oath as the 45th President of the United States.
Proving all naysayers and surveys wrong, Trump has pulled off an upset victory over Hillary Clinton, the Democrat hopeful.
Nearly eight years back, it was a huge moment in American history when for the first time a Black man became the president of the United States.
I remember a very interesting conversation with my grandfather about Kashmir relating with the remarkable speech made by K Krishna Menon at the United Nations in January 1957. Menon was at that time commanding the Indian delegation to the United Nations.
Japan was perfect - in stillness and in movement; in mannerism, courtesy, beauty, dedication, organisational skills and devotion to the country.
The reasons why Pakistan may not want to admit that India’s surgical strikes across LoC were successful is because Pakistan would never ever want to admit the success of the Indian Army.
Even as Hillary Clinton comes dazzlingly close to script history in the United States, Theresa May has comfortably slipped into her new role as the premier of United Kingdom – becoming only the second woman in British history to hold the office.