Kuldip Nayar

Nezaam Main Shfafeyat By Kuldip Nayar

24 June, 2011
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Hate overtakes tolerance by Kuldip Nayar

23 July, 2010
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THE escalating violence in India frightens me. Still more frightening is the shape it is taking. It has turned communal, regional and ideological in various places. Whatever its direction, it indicates a trend where the rule of law is lessening and force is gaining recognition. I had imagined that political parties would not stoke fires […]

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Do ministers’ visits help? by Kuldip Nayar

16 July, 2010
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Former prime minister Inder Kumar Gujral would always say that a solution between Pakistan and India had to be evolved, not presented to the people, as if a magician had pulled a rabbit out of a bag. He had a point. The two sides — particularly the politicians and the establishments — had to chew […]

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US exit means Taliban’s entry by Kuldip Nayar

9 July, 2010
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Before the Soviet forces entered Afghanistan in 1979, I used to visit Kabul regularly. I found President Mohammad Daud a fatherly figure who had no idea of what was happening in his country. Even otherwise, he was dependent on warlords, a pattern which has not changed since. But he was not aware of the strong […]

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Kashmir in the picture by Kuldip Nayar

2 July, 2010
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Kuldip Nayar Friday, 02 Jul, 2010 With such positive talks between India and Pakistan recently, the tragic happenings in Kashmir seem more than a coincidence. That the youth in the valley are angry for not getting their due is known to all. But why should Kashmir be on the boil when relations between India and […]

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Israel’s challenge to the world by Kuldip Nayar

4 June, 2010
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It depends on how you interpret the ‘right to live’. The Israelis believe that they can live only if their state, Israel, is not challenged by any power or people in the Middle East. The Palestinians, who were once strongly opposed to the existence of Israel, believe that they, however weak militarily, too have the […]

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Lacklustre governance by Kuldip Nayar

2 April, 2010
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Kuldip Nayar Friday, 02 Apr, 2010 The Manmohan Singh government is just about 500 days old. Yet it gives the impression of a set-up that has lost its vigour and vitality. The reason is not that the ruling party does not command a majority in the Lok Sabha — 206 in a 545-member house. It […]

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