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S. N. M. Abdi
S. N. M. Abdi

S. N. M. Abdi is an Indian writer and columnist. He was Deputy Editor of Outlook and has covered South Asia for foreign dailies, magazines and portals.

COLUMNISTS
S. N. M. Abdi
S. N. M. Abdi

S. N. M. Abdi is an Indian writer and columnist. He was Deputy Editor of Outlook and has covered South Asia for foreign dailies, magazines and portals.

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The cat is finally out of the bag. After being in denial for years, the Indian Government has confessed that there are as many as 1,581 sitting ...

How social media turned ‘lowly’ maid into a star in India

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

A domestic help who took to Facebook to expose sadistic employers and shine a torch on her miserable existence, has become a media darling in Kolkata ...

India’s ‘blackest day’ returns to haunt 25 years after Babri Mosque demolition

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Exactly 25 years ago, on December 6, 1992, I stood and watched the worst crime ever committed on Indian soil – the demolition of the Babri ...

Resurgent Rahul Gandhi takes charge of Congress Party after taking on Narendra Modi

Monday, 4 December 2017

Rahul Gandhi today took charge of India’s 132-year-old Congress Party without an election making him the 16th president of the party, which was ...

Indian ruling party’s cow obsession angering farmers in key province

Monday, 27 November 2017

The clampdown on beef consumption and slaughter-houses by Hindu nationalists in India’s largest province, Uttar Pradesh, has resulted in ...

Will super-rich Bill Gates bankroll India’s anti-Maoist strategy?

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Bill Gates is the richest man in the whole world. And India has unexpectedly sought the US billionaire's help to fight the Maoist rebellion, ...

Jailed tycoons in India demand business centers in prison to pay off debtors

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Sanjay Chandra, head honcho of realty firm Unitech, is rotting in prison since April because he failed to deliver flats after raking in billions of ...

Madrasa textbooks purged in Bangladesh to curb extremism

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

The theory and practice of Jihad, or Islamic holy war, will no longer be taught in school or college classrooms in Bangladesh, which houses the fourth ...

Cache of 639 nails recovered from schizophrenic’s belly in India

Friday, 10 November 2017

Doctors in Calcutta have removed 639 nails from a mentally unstable man's stomach in a landmark surgery rekindling memories of how surgeons in Saudi ...

PHOTOS: Visiting royal toddler enchants top Indian leaders

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

A visiting cuddly toddler with rosy cheeks has bowled over the powerful men and women who rule India. President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister ...

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