All stories by Rediff Correspondent
'Pulwama Planning Was Done in Afghanistan'Rediff.com27 Aug 2021
'Jaish looked to creating regional mayhem, at a time when peace appeared more likely, and when that peace would have threatened Jaish's existence.'
The Importance of Ajit DovalRediff.com20 Aug 2021
'Under Doval, foreign powers traditionally suspicious of India were wooed.' 'Enemies were embraced.'
'RA&W wins over Pakistan -- in the perception wars -- almost every year'Rediff.com20 Aug 2021
'One of R&AW's greatest achievements is in projecting itself as benign.' 'This work -- done in tandem with the Diaspora and the MEA -- sells a story of India as mostly the victim.'
'ISI is rarely questioned in Pakistan'Rediff.com18 Aug 2021
'But India, increasingly, is not that far behind, which is a story I never expected to tell.'
'Peter is the silent killer of Sheena Bora'Rediff.com8 Mar 2019
CBI Special Prosecutor Bharat B Badami presents the first part of his arguments countering Peter Mukerjea's November 2018 bail plea.
'My book will give clues about Sahara group to investigators'Rediff.com29 Apr 2014
Interview with Tamal Bandyopadhyay, the author of Sahara: The Untold Story.