Pakistan

Illegal VOIP exchange linked to ISI busted in Kerala

An espionage attempt by Pakistan’s rogue spy agency ISI to acquire sensitive defence information, has been busted in Kerala. Hilar Tacharail Mohammed Kutty (Mohd. Kutty) a native of Palakkad has…



Why the anti-CAA protesters are wrong

Many arguments being made by the Opposition, civil society activists, students and retired government servants against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and the projected National Register of Citizens (NRC) do…




How Pakistan’s blasphemy laws trigger violence

On September 15, 2019, a mob vandalised a Hindu community in the town of Ghotki, Pakistan, after a student accused his school principal, Notan Lal, of blasphemy: “the act of insulting…


Pakistani Sikh leader forced to flee after threats

A Pakistani Sikh politician Radesh Singh Tony from Peshawar is looking to flee Pakistan after he received death threats and was tortured by some unidentified people last month. According to…


Bringing Bharat to heel

In the decades after Bharat’s independence, Western powers, led by the UK and later increasingly the US, were irritated and disappointed with Nehru’s India. Nehru’s exaggerated view of his world…