Under a cloud

27 Sep 2022 7:33 PM GMT
Rishi Sunak’s defeat in UK’s prime ministerial race can be attributed to three factors — his family wealth, Indian pedigree and hard-line economic...

Criticism galore

13 Oct 2019 5:03 PM GMT
The Commonwealth Journalists Association portrayed a critical observation of India’s Kashmir policy in a debate circling around the Valley’s lockdown...

Repentance at last?

12 April 2019 2:28 PM GMT
An apology for Jallianwala Bagh massacre remains awaited

Brexit stretches into extra time

11 April 2019 4:36 PM GMT
New Delhi: The possibility of Britain not leaving the European Union by March 29 had been mentioned by this writer in Millennium Post nine months ago...

Ides of March for British PM

5 March 2019 4:12 PM GMT
Mrs. May in a last-gap bid for her Brexit deal

Brexit's day of reckoning

14 Jan 2019 3:00 PM GMT
As UK prepares to finalise its Brexit agreement, Theresa May continues to swim in a soup of diverse opinions with no clear solution

Capital shows off top dog fiesta

23 Dec 2018 2:28 PM GMT
The two-day festival was a fashion show with scores of stalls offering everything that pets and pet owners could need – blankets, cushioned baskets,...

Brexit or bust: May faces D-day

7 Dec 2018 2:42 PM GMT
Heading precariously into the Commons historic vote, May stands determined to get Brexiteers behind her EU deal

Puppy-love and stray bites

2 Dec 2018 3:31 PM GMT
Plagued by the strays, metro cities realise the hazard while others are yet to wake up to it

Bose: The last phase

19 Oct 2018 4:47 PM GMT
Netaji could have blunted Partition, given his extraordinary rapport with the Muslim fraternity, and arrived at a settlement with Jinnah

Diplomatic foot forward

5 Oct 2018 5:47 PM GMT
Boris the bull in Tory shop fails to unsettle PM, for now

A neo-Nazi jolt to Germany

5 Sep 2018 4:36 PM GMT
With police preparation and rock band rally support, Germany appears to have fought off AfD and Pegida movements in the current round
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