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“If you look at other examples where countries went all in, or largely in with China, the results have not been particularly good. There has been an erosion of sovereignty and an erosion of control. There are many examples of that … We want them (Pakistan) to be successful. We want them to have sovereign control and not cede that to any outside party, including China. And the economic piece is probably going to be key to that.”

Pentagon Gives Imran Khan Space to Improve Indo-Pak Relations


IT+IT=IT: India’s Talent + Information Technology = India Tomorrow

India’s Law and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said India is rapidly moving towards becoming a superpower, writes Siliconeer youth editor Vansh A. Gupta.



‘God’s Own Country’ Drenched: Rains, Aid and Fake News Flood Kerala

This monsoon Kerala received two and a half times more rains that resulted in devastating floods, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj.



Vajpayee, FIrst Indian Leader to Address UNGA in Hindi

A fond farewell to former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was laid to rest last month.


EDITORIAL: IT, India’s Tomorrow

CONTROVERSY: Decoding the Rafale Deal

POLITICS: U.S. Gives Imran Khan Space to Improve Indo-Pak Relations

COMMUNITY: Indian Americans Celebrate India’s Independence Day

POLITICS/COMMUNITY: Are You Still on the Rolls?

FICTION: The Interview

RECIPE: Cod Tikka Masala