President Duterte's notorious “war on drugs” has been extraordinarily bloody, and criticised by human rights organisations and foreign governments alike.
A response to consulting editor of Mint, Sundeep Khanna, who argues that Literature degrees are not the answer to India's job crisis.
China's incursions into Bhutan must be seen in a broader context of its plan to strategically encircle India. New Delhi must not yield to such disruptive behaviour.
A closer look at Doha's past dealings reveals that there is much credence in Saudi Arabia's indictment of Qatar.
Rather than acting as apologists for the military, the government of Myanmar and the ruling party should tackle the real issues raised by the arrest of three journalists last week.
The attack on Amarnath pilgrims shows that 'Kashmiriyat' was always a metaphorical abstraction.
An Afghan perspective into why stopping external aid to Afghanistan could be disastrous.
On 28 June 2017, concerned citizens in seventeen Indian cities gathered at the same time for an evening of poetics and music to raise their voice against mob lynchings and cow vigilantism.
Freedom of the press in India has a twisted past, a perverted present, and an uncertain future.
The 12% tax bracket for menstrual hygiene products under India's new tax regime is reflective of a larger malaise of deep-seated patriarchy and underrepresentation of women in policymaking circles.