The successful launch of 104 satellites on a single rocket by the Indian Space Resarch Organisation (ISRO) on February 15 is a world record and Indian space scientists are to be commended for this accomplishment writes C Uday Bhaskar for South Asia Monitor.
The peace deal with Gulbuddin Hekmatyar demonstrates that peace is possible in Afghanistan, but the cost at which it comes might not be palatable to many, writes Chayanika Saxena.
China has yet again proved that it is indeed Pakistan’s ‘all weather friend’ by blocking a US-led proposal at the UN to brand Masood Azhar a global terrorist writes Namrata Hasija
It is a little over a fortnight since the assumption of office by US President Donald Trump on January 20 and in this brief period, the tweets and related statements from the White House have roiled the global political, strategic and economic domains in a visible manner, writes C.Uday Bhaskar.
What does the withdrawal of US from TPP mean for Asia-Pacific as a region?, writes Namrata Hasija
The "house arrest" of the JuD (Jamaat ud Dawa) leader Hafiz Saeed by police authorities in Lahore is proceeding along expected lines writes C Uday bhaskar
India, as it seeks to deepen its engagement in the Middle East, will prefer the Israeli-Palestinian peace process to resume as it adds to security and stability in the region, writes Md. Muddassir Quamar .
The possibility of a Taliban attack targeting Emirati officials is not going down well with analysts writes Monish Gulati
Post the reform era that began in 1978, the NGO sector in China has mushroomed greatly, writes Namrata Hasija
A great actor, a true champion of India-Pakistan Peace and a warm-hearted Punjabi in Mumbai is gone. Apparently a heart attack after a day of shooting.
India remians the inflexible bête-noir for Pakistan, yet there are few books by Indian authors that have sought to interpret the prodigal neighbour in a holistic, informed and empathetic manner.
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