Veteran journalist M.J Akbar is the founder of The Sunday Guardian.
Relations between India and the United States have been flawed with a genetic defect ever since Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru called on President Harry Truman in Washington in 1949: a sharply diverg
The seesaw of democratic tussle survives on a few unwritten laws. One cardinal rule demands unity across party lines during any security crisis. Those parties who violate this code pay a price. They l
The return of a Mahatma to our newspapers in January 2015 should be considered almost as welcome as the return of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi to his motherland on 9 January 1915. 1915 marked a seminal
The safest prediction for 2015 is that the tension of actual or possible terrorism will continue to test our nerves. There are enough questions around the trawler that left Pakistan near Karachi, and
We believe in God not because of, but in spite of His magnificent creation, man. There is nothing much left to learn from the track record of a morally bipolar race. In a past age, the Sufi messenger