Veteran journalist M.J Akbar is the founder of The Sunday Guardian.
There is a small but significant question about the 1965 war that no one has asked and, therefore, no one has answered. Why did Pakistan codename the first part of its dual campaign after a small, roc
The alleged death of our iconic hero, Subhas Chandra Bose, more familiarly known as "Netaji", in an air crash in 1945 remains, to adapt his contemporary Winston Churchill's phrase, a classic "enigma w
The Bihar Assembly election has become a powerful debate between sectarian sentiment and economic logic. The bookends of sentiment, caste and community, are familiar. What is the logic?
A name is a tricky thing. You never know when you might have to live up to it.
Political parties, wisely, choose to be safe rather than sorry. Bharatiya Janata Party, Indian National Congress or Sama
Murder becomes hypnotic when it is pure evil. We stare at it compulsively, obsessively, with limitless appetite. A psychoanalyst would be able to suggest reasons; I can only offer observation. Evil is