South Asia and Beyond

Subrat Nanda

At six feet and over, cool, calm and always collected. Never a hair out of place. He is the high priest of editorial facts, grammar is his baby and headlines are meat on the bone. Loves samosas and cricket, tracks Twitter and when in his cups, nothing better than Jagjit Singh’s ghazals.

An Angry Pakistani Army, A Stubborn Politician And Turncoats

NEW DELHI: Scars of violence take time to heal and the mayhem unleashed on May 9 by Imran Khan’s supporters, who vandalised military installations and stormed the Lahore Corps Commander’s house, remains a gaping wound. The Army is in no mood to forget or forgive, more so in a country that has seen military rule […]Read More