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Pakistan’s top military commanders have made it clear that no compromise will be made on anti-state acts such as the one perpetrated by Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a military court for espionage and subversive activities against Pakistan.

India's rural-urban migration has defied the global norm by decelerating. Political aversion and reluctance to voluntary migration might be few of the reasons.

Despite vast amounts of medical research, patients are still unsure about their health and expect more from the doctors which make them end up in a pool of undesired and futile treatments, as provided by the doctors themeselves.

On Friday, US tested a B61-12 gravity bomb in Nevada. Gravity bombs, are not quipped with any kind of guidance system and simply follow a ballistic trajectory. What did USA have in mind?

A record two percent voter turnout in the Srinagar by poll elections, followed by violence resulting in the death of nine youths by Indian soldiers creates a week of unrest in the Valley.

Ramachandra Guha - renowned historian and biographer - gives a stimulating interview about the BJP’s current position of dominance in the national political discourse and the dismal state of affairs in Jammu and Kashmir.