‘Parliamentary democracy has been smothered in Maldives’

In the backdrop of an escalating political crisis and a purge initiated by Maldives’ President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom, former speaker of the People’s Majlis, Abdulla Shahid, speaks to Hardnews about the island nation’s growing proximity to China and the plight of its democratic system

Crisis of the Indian Ammunition Factories

The ordnance factory at Bhandara has been waiting for new equipment that will enable it to arm the Indian troops better, but the Ministry of Defence has chosen short-term measures that has grave consequences for India’s national security.

India visit may help Netanyahu boost ties with B’desh, Japan: Analysts

Israel also has modern technology, agriculture, etc. that is of pivotal importance to a poor country like Bangladesh.

Pakistan Prime Minister rules out war with India

Pakistan has never indulged in unilateral actions and always stood for dialogue but it should be based on respect and without compromising on the core issue Jammu and Kashmir, Abbasi said

India’s dietary fascism is regress in the modern world

Legislating and lynching are becoming common in India, while the Supreme Court has rules on the right of privacy which is the cornerstone of any liberal society: it gives some hope both in terms of gay rights and the right to eat what one wants.