Investigative journalist releases book on Jassi Sidhu honour killing

Twenty-two years ago, a Canadian-born Indian woman, Jassi Sidhu, paid a heavy price for defying her parents to marry a poor peasant from Jagraon in Punjab. She was kidnapped, defaced and killed. Her husband, Sukhwinder Mithu, survived the murderous attack on him but has been a living corpse since then. On one side, he's fighting for justice for Jassi, and on...

‘Pathaan’: Can’t argue with figures (IANS Column: B-Town)

Shah Rukh Khan has returned to the big screen after a gap of four years. And it was by...

India’s security lies in strong nationalism (Column: Spy’s Eye)

India's national security has been weakened because an ill-conceived narrative has been built by elements in the political opposition,...

US weapons for Russia, courtesy Taliban

Indeed, war and political circumstances can make you sleep with your enemy, and despite different ideologies, they can also...

Do it the way the South does: It works! (IANS Column: B-Town)

The Hindi film industry, especially its stars, has this funny attitude towards South Indian films and filmmakers. They grudge...

Dynamics of Intelligence (Column: Spy’s Eye)

Security is not a one-time event and is in need of a review at appropriate times depending on how...

CLOSE-IN: Is the pen mightier than the sword in cricket?

The famous saying "The pen is mightier than the sword" comes to mind quite often in cricket. One does...

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