Tuesday, May 26, 2020
8 Articles by

Yogendra Singh

Columnist and undergraduate student from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Two time state topper in Science and Art of Lecturing.

How ‘Liberalism’ bolsters Nationalism in India: A protective shield against the malevolent anti-India forces

In India the political doctrine of nationalism is on an upsurge, taking giant leaps forward, changing the socio-political framework and causing tectonic shifts.

India must change its modus operandi towards Balochistan to have an upper hand over Pakistan and China

The geopolitical strategics at the helm of the region of Balochistan is of paramount significance and prudence

Rohingyas pose serious threat to national security, India should never let them in

The link between terror groups of the Rohingyas and Pakistan based jihadi groups are well known

Pakistan beyond borders: At a time when the nation needs to stand together, Pakistani minds in India are conspiring to break the country

The pro-Pakistan brigade is a serious threat to nationalistic sentiments of the country

The reason behind the repulsion of world towards Pakistan is its own paranoia

Except for Turkey and China, no major global player is keen on stopping by the ideological gate of Pakistan

The Pashtuns in Pakistan continue to fight for their rights, while the military labels them as traitors

The movement of Pashtuns for their rights has been brutally crushed by Pakistani military

Drowned in the darkness – Pakistan occupied Kashmir: The world can no longer ignore the other side of Kashmir

Despite human rights violations and injustice in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, world continues to ignore

India reclaiming Gilgit Baltistan can be the worst nightmare for Chinese ambitions and Pakistani dreams

Gilgit Baltistan is one of the world’s most significant geostrategic points

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Coronavirus outbreak: Congress demands a fresh Union Budget, claims the pandemic demands increased spending by the centre

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram in his column has argued that the present scenario has rendered the Union Budget declared in February irrelevant

England: Pakistani arrested for vandalising Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara, note on Kashmir posted in the Gurdwara recovered

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