Editor’s Note: Full transcripts of “alleged” conversations between Niira Radia, Barkha Dutt, Vir Sanghvi and others, published in Open Magazine. The story exposes the nexus between media bigwigs, lobbyists, and power brokers. Sad day for the Indian Democracy. And, the way the country is run – there is more to than what meets the eye. […]Read More Vir Sanghvi & Barkha Dutt – Congress Flunkies!
KT News Service Prime Minister Singh and President Obama called for an efficient, effective, credible and legitimate United Nations to ensure a just and sustainable international order. Prime Minister Singh welcomed President Obama’s affirmation that, in the years ahead, the United States looks forward to a reformed UN Security Council that includes India as a […]Read More All Terrorist Networks, including Lashkar e-Taiba, must be Defeated
By Barack Obama Just as India has changed, so too has the relationship between our two nations. In the decades after independence, India advanced its interests as a proud leader of the nonaligned movement. Yet too often, the United States and India found ourselves on opposite sides of a North-South divide and estranged by a […]Read More Terrorist Safe-havens Within Pakistan Borders Unacceptable
By Sawraj Singh Obama’s trip to India will also be adversely affected. He is going there immediately after the defeat. He will not be able to offer any major concessions. Contrary to Bush, Obama is seen by the Indians to be soft on Muslims. Obama may also be perceived as more conciliatory to China as […]Read More America Moves to the Right, Barack Obama Weakened
By Justice Kamleshwar Nath (Retd.) The Court found pre-existence of temple, but did not find that it was demolished and masjid erected over it holding, nevertheless, that some of temple’s material was used in the erection of the masjid. It is admitted by all, including Sunni Waqf Board, that a masjid cannot be erected over […]Read More Sri Ram Returns Home
By Tushar Ranjan Mohanty On June 14, 2009, the Pakistan Army made the absurd claim that its operations had rendered the Swat Valley free of militants. Between June 14, 2009, and October 31, 2010, however, according to partial data compiled by the South Asia Terrorism Portal (SATP), 1,041 persons were killed in the Valley, including […]Read More Pakistan Army Hoodwinking the US of A