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Coerced into War  The Navhind Times

At first, recruitment for the war was voluntary, but by 1918, the World War 1 campaign was marked by coercion. Research for his book took Santanu Das to ...

RAF pilot's 1930s reconnaissance snaps emerge for sale  Daily Mail

The pilot, who is pictured in the album and called himself 'Nuncs' who was stationed at Risalpur Air Base. The fascinating album is set to go under the hammer ...

At first, recruitment for the war was voluntary, but by 1918, the World War 1 campaign was marked by coercion  Hindustan Times

It took Santanu Das, a professor of English literature in UK 12 years to write his recently-released book, India, Empire and First World War Culture. But his ...

Tracing their roots: How Singapore became home to an influential Pakistani community

They came as traders or soldiers of the British Empire or just ordinary people in search of employment, and many settled down on the island.

From the labyrinth of memory  The Daily Star

A glorious chapter was added to world history on December 16, 1971. A proud new nation, Bangladesh, was born out of a nine-month armed struggle at a great ...

Pakistan's abandoned North Western Railway stations echo a forgotten past - Blogs

Famed Indian politician, Dr Shashi Tharoor, rightly asserted that the British put up the railway system in India in their own interests and benefited immensely from ...

Dancing in the hills: a journey to meet Pakistan’s Kalash people  Financial Times

Close to the Afghan border, William Dalrymple finds bucolic valleys and a unique community.

Claiming global support Modi talks tough — via Attock — on terrorism  Times of India

India News: A rhetorical device or cartographic incursion? Prime Minister Narendra Modi caused a stir during an address to Indian-Americans on Sunday by ...

British Indian army recruited half a million from Punjab in WW1  Quartz

Of the million or more Indians who served abroad, some 480000 came from Punjab.

Some reflections on Pashtun nationalism from Afghanistan  Daily Times

People on both sides of the Durand Line speak the same language, Pashto, in its various dialects. They share some important cultural traits. It is quite ...