Veteran journalist M.J Akbar is the founder of The Sunday Guardian.
M.J. Akbar’s column Byline for 26 April could not be carried due to unavoidable circumstances. It will return next week.
Education comes in many forms when experience is your teacher. I recall th
Intelligence agencies keep their secrets well because they are intelligent as well as secretive. Governments keep files classified for three or five decades because they wait till both the principal p
One of the minor mysteries of this teenage century is how a toddler American President managed to win the Nobel Prize for Peace in 2008 after just weeks in office. Barack Obama had done nothing more n
A perplexed question: Through which kink in our Freudian sub-strand has "saala" become a vituperative pejorative across the Indian subcontinent? We may be divided by caste, creed, colour, community an
We shall know soon enough which is the champion nation of contemporary one-day cricket. But we already know who the heroes are: Bangladesh. Each one of us, the odd eccentric apart, supports our countr