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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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Braid cutters deepen divide between Indian Kashmiris, security forces

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

A dark and inexplicable mystery is fueling confrontation and deepening the divide between ordinary Kashmiris and security forces in India’s most ...

Human library programs unleash real life storytelling in India

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

A new library movement is gaining momentum in India with human beings replacing books and readers turning into listeners as ‘living books’ ...

Amid twists and turns, happy ending eludes Indian girl brought from Pakistan

Thursday, 5 October 2017

There is a new twist in the sad tale of Geeta, the differently-abled young woman who was flown back from Pakistan in 2015 amid great fanfare with the ...

DP World likely to develop two deep sea ports in eastern India

Monday, 2 October 2017

Dubai Ports World of the United Arab Emirates, one of the world’s largest container terminal operators, is said to have expressed interest to ...

Widow’s humanity lays foundation of unique hospital in India

Thursday, 28 September 2017

A woman, who toiled day and night to build a hospital after her husband died due to lack of medical help, has been honored by the high-powered ...

London’s attractions to spruce up Indian religious festival

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Replicas of London’s iconic landmarks like the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Westminister House will inject glitz and glamour to Durga Puja ...

Indian children teaching their mothers how to read and write

Friday, 15 September 2017

Schoolchildren are teaching alphabets to their unlettered mothers in a path-breaking program to boost female literacy in one of the most backward ...

Why India’s Rohingya policy is being criticized at home and abroad

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

India, the world’s largest democracy, is oddly out of sync with the international community over Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims – ...

Did rats cause the floods that ravaged north Indian state?

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Rats are responsible for floods which killed more than 500 people and rendered thousands homeless last month in India's Bihar state, the government ...

Can India’s Supreme Court save the world famous Taj Mahal?

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

One of India’s most revered institutions – the Supreme Court – is proving to be an unflinching friend of the nation’s most ...

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