Salvatore Babones argues that Western think tanks rank Indian democracy poorly because of cultural bias and subjective opinion, not objective truth.
The prospects for peace in Afghanistan will remain distant for as long as the Taliban own the entire political apparatus.
Are we seeing signs of change among the traditionally conservative Tamil Brahmin community?
The exponents of Afghan ethno-nationalism desperately aim to present a benign image of the Taliban.
Historic ties, military equipment, geopolitical imperatives and a trust deficit between Indian and American ruling parties lie behind India’s UN abstentions.
India missed the previous industrial revolutions but can finally industrialize because of global tailwinds, cost-advantages and improvement in domestic innovation.
The attempt to deny the right to sartorial choice is against the Indian Constitution and will impact the education of Muslim female students.
The US can exert pressure on behalf of Afghan women to demand their right to work and education are honored.