What has Pakistan achieved from its perpetual boycott of Israel? What has it achieved for the Palestinians? Doesn’t logic demand a reassessment, not least when Israel can help save our economy and aid our survival?
India is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world. A global economic power, India is also a nuclear power and a major military power. The country has a majority Hindu population with a Mulsim minority and has been engaged with neighboring Pakistan in a prolonged conflict over Kashmir.
COVID-19 was a chance for wealthy Gulf states to show the compassion to already-exploited migrant workers they can afford, and the gratitude that they owe. Instead, millions have been left hungry, sick and abused
Faced with a rapacious China, India’s fence-sitting diplomacy has run its course. New Delhi must invest whole-heartedly in genuine strategic allies, like the U.S. and Israel, and cut its losses with Iran
New testing methods, if effective, could give results in minutes ■ India has become popular destination for clinical trials due to lax regulations and rampant poverty
Opinion Israel’s Fauda vs Turkey’s Ertugrul: In India, the Battle Between Two Hit TV Series Is More Than a Culture War
Boosted by binge viewing during India’s coronavirus lockdown, two international TV series have won fanatic fans. Behind the small screen is a geopolitical drama starring Modi and Erdogan, Hindu nationalists and minority Muslims, with supporting roles for Pakistan, Kashmir and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
China's state controlled Global Times said earlier there had been casualties on the Chinese side but did not elaborate
Military experts say one reason for the current face-off is that India has been building roads and airfields to improve connectivity and narrow the gap with China's superior infrastructure on its side
Trying to maintain social distancing to prevent spread of coronavirus, countries brace for impact of 'super-cyclone' Amphan
Three soldiers and a police official were injured in the fighting, police said
There may be pragmatic reasons for Bangladesh to consider ties with Israel. But having fought our own liberation war against a cruel occupier, we cling to one overriding moral imperative: Palestinian freedom
Israel offered to recognize newly-founded Bangladesh in 1972. Despite similar independence struggles, the logic of a strategic relationship, and the lack of direct hostilities, they still have no economic, defense or diplomatic ties. It's time for change
The dead commander, Riyaz Naikoo, was the chief of operations of the disputed region's largest indigenous rebel group: Hizbul Mujahideen
The clouds of war were gathering fast before the coronavirus crisis began. Will the pandemic postpone conflict between the two nuclear-powered arch-rivals, centered on the flashpoint territory of Kashmir – or make it more likely?
Scenes of hunting in the Paleolithic are common, but this is only the third known instance in which the aftermath with innards on display is shown too
While some Jews battle Islamophobia online, others join Hindu nationalists in blaming Muslim groups for waging ‘corona jihad’
India is also continuing to ramp up testing, build up stocks of ventilators and personal protective equipment
The tourists, reportedly from the United States, Australia, Mexico and Israel were caught taking a walk on the banks of the Ganges River in Rishikesh over the weekend
Opinion ‘Jews and Apostate Muslims Deserve Punishment’: How Jihadists Justify Coronavirus to Hustle for Recruits
Muslim extremists – from ISIS to Yemen’s Houthis – see COVID-19 as an unparalleled recruitment opportunity. From India to Iran to Saudi Arabia, they’re exploiting old hatreds and inciting violence
Pakistan denies giving material support to militants in Kashmir but says it provides moral and diplomatic backing for the self-determination of Kashmiri people
Fake news about coronavirus spreads on social media in India with dangerous ramifications
Hug or collision course? India and the U.S. have pivoted towards each other significantly, not least to confront China. Can the two leaders' apparent rapport resolve differences over Iran, Pakistan, trade and migration?
While the western liberal media, not least Israel's, is full of the false 'Modi is a fascist anti-Muslim' narrative, the real leaders of western democracies line up to praise India's democracy, pluralism and private enterprise
India's recent discriminatory citizenship law has triggered rare censure from Europe, a close economic and strategic ally. How far will India's foreign relations suffer as a result of Modi's violent crackdown on dissent?
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An American expat who considered becoming a Jew before embracing Jesus, a Canadian who helped bring ice hockey to Israel
As a reelected Modi government in India becomes increasingly blunt in its attempts to disenfranchise Muslim citizens, the premier's opponents feel free to compare his regime to that of Nazi Germany
The Pakistani politician expressed concerns about a recent new law in India that makes immigration easier for non-Muslim immigrants from neighbouring Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh
Last year, as India celebrated Gandhi's 150th anniversary, Modi reinvented Gandhi as the guru of toilets and solar energy. He didn't mention the Mahatma's non-violence: it would have been ridiculous
Ignore the alarmist propaganda: The new Citizenship Act doesn't mean Modi is creating a 'Hindu Pakistan.' And India isn't now governed by Nazi-era Nuremberg laws
Modi's Hindutva populism, backed by naked threats against India's Muslim minority and the suppression of dissent, is crashing India's economy and its democracy
Indian authorities detained protesters in widespread demonstrations against a new citizenship law that opponents say threatens the country's secular democracy