Pakistani (L) and Indian flags stand on a table during an Indian-Pakistan meeting on the Sir Creek region in New Delhi on June 18, 2012. Pakistan and India started two-day talks in New Delhi  to resolve their maritime boundary dispute in the Sir Creek region. Sir Creek, which opens up into the Arabian Sea dividing the Kutch region of the Indian state of Gujarat with the Sindh province of Pakistan,  is a 96-km strip of water that is disputed between India and Pakistan. AFP PHOTO / Prakash SINGH

One Nation, Two Voices

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Ever since the partition led to the creation of the two independent countries, India and Pakistan, dispute has been a constant feature of their relationship. Following the Pathankot and Uri attacks, the Indian defense ministry has suspended peace talks and retorted with conducting surgical strikes along LoC. The souring relations have affected various fields of […]

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WTF: Where’s the food?

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Greetings, fuchchas! Now that you have made it into NSIT, it’s high time that we prepare you for your survival amidst the woods. Worry not what’s in store for your future, just worry ‘what’s in store for your lunch?’ One thing that you may rest assured while at NSIT is ‘thou shalt not be hungry’. […]