Why Pakistan Can Implode
by Rajinder Puri
Pakistan Prime Minister Mr. Nawaz Sharif made all the right noises after Pakistan’s worst terror attack in Peshawar. But the early hope of Islamabad taking a decisive turn for the better is fast disappearing.
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- Advice to Janata Parivar - 1
- Final Call for Pakistan?
- Drugs, Terror, PM and Cricket
- Farce of Indian Democracy
- Goongi Goodiya or Indira the Great?
by H.N. Bali
China’s seemingly endless territorial claims against other countries of Asia are one of the ineluctable realities of international relations in the foreseeable future. At present, China’s main frontline opponents in the South China Sea are Vietnam and the Philippines. Analysts in both countries have grave misgivings that following the time-honed Chinese proverb that one kills a chicken to scare the monkeys, Beijing will seek to make an example of either of them. Read On
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- Destinations: Delhi (1955)
by Jaipal Singh
The Indian Power sector has made considerable progress over the past few years with significant reforms for progressive development. Also the Government has distanced it with tariff determination and there is greater public participation in Tariff-setting exercise.