Not about Hinduism but history and heritage

Among the participants of the Seventh edition of Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) was Pakistani freelance journalist Reema Abbasi, former...

Read more

Gandhi: A postcard from memory

On Jan 30, remembering the day in 1948 when Gandhi left his body, I recalled my tour of  Saifee Villa, the Gandhi Memorial Museum in Dandi, Gujarat...

Read more

Junoon’s Salman Ahmad does a cameo in ‘Rhythm’

The Pakistani band Junoon’s Salman Ahmad, whose song Sayonee struck a chord with music lovers, returns to Bollywood after quite a long gap. Not...

Read more

Profile for peace: Netizens’ bid for Indo-Pak friendship

By Anurag Dey With the recent terror attack in Indian Punjab’s Pathankot town yet again derailing India-Pakistan peace talks, a group of...

Read more

My Lahore journey

An economics professor from India with a passion for Urdu poetry finds beauty, grace, humour and warmth, and differences and similarities, in an all...

Read more


Joint editorial statement, Jang Group and Times of India, 1 January, 2010

Peace between India and Pakistan has been stubbornly elusive and yet tantalizingly inevitable. This vast subcontinent senses the bounties a peace dividend can deliver to its people yet it recoils from claiming a share. The natural impulse would be to break out of the straitjacket of stated positions and embrace an ideal that promises sustained prosperity to the region, yet there is hesitation.

Conversation Series

When alienation melts away When alienation melts away

The concluding part of an online cross-border discussion between two young people, Gaurav Chavan in Mumbai and Ramsha Jahangir in...

Video Gallery

Three old friends return to their land of birth – Geo TV report Three old friends return to their land of birth – Geo TV report

Whatever the governments of India and Pakistan do, the people of both countries share an emotional bond that is hard to break. A...


Global Media