Issac James Manayath
Why is it so hard to deter Assad? The answer is simple: Russian President Vladimir Putin is firmly on his side.
16 Apr 2018
Google Trends data for 2017 is out. Guess what! Indians were less interested in knowing what their politicians are doing or what the biggest scams in the country are.
10 Mar 2018
More than once in the past, leadership in Pyongyang has promised to abandon its nuclear ambitions in return for economic aid or sanctions relief only to renege on it.
08 Mar 2018
On Sunday, the people of Catalonia voted in a referendum that was banned by the Spanish government. They voted 'yes' or 'no' to the question of independence from Spain.
27 Oct 2017
In fact, around the world, show-biz has proved to be one of the arenas most vulnerable to male domination. It is one in which fame, power and money come together.
22 Oct 2017
Some in the West calls Navalny the “best hope” for Russia’s liberalisation. However, Navalny is no saint. What drives him, it appears, is his desire for power.
12 Oct 2017
Stephen Paddock, the man who killed 59 concert-goers in Las Vegas was 64 years old, much older than the other mass shooters of recent infamy, all of whom were less than 30 years old.
05 Oct 2017
Sinha has slammed the Union government, led by his own party, on a range of issues from Kashmir to the state of the economy.
02 Oct 2017
Later this month, defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman will launch India’s second indigenous nuclear submarine, INS Aridhaman, following which the new vessel will get into service by 2019.
15 Sep 2017
Psychologists around the world have studied cult followers for years and many have concluded that most of them have undergone some kind of oppression or discrimination at some point in their lives.
28 Aug 2017