Samir Gupta
Samir Gupta
A new meaning for ‘blood relatives’

A new meaning for ‘blood relatives’

One of the volunteers who organised a blood donation camp in Delhi in solidarity with Pakistan shares his experience By Samir Gupta Ten years ago, a visa officer at the Pakistan Consulate in New...
The enemy within

The enemy within

Across South Asia we need to divert resources towards our real enemies and focus on providing a life of dignity to the underprivileged and the disadvantaged t was a regular Friday morning. I woke up...
The global South Asian

The global South Asian

Rest in peace, Habib Wali Mohammad A tribute from across the border South Asia lost one its finest cultural talents last week in the death of Habib Wali Mohammad. He was perhaps the last of the...
The founder of secularism in India

The founder of secularism in India

M.A. Jinnah was the chief architect of the ideals of secularism and communal harmony that modern India strives for. An Indian’s tribute to the Quaid on his 137th birth anniversary Growing up in...
Connecting through trade

Connecting through trade

A visit to the Pakistani stalls at the international trade fair in New Delhi yields some interesting - and unexpected – responses It is thanks to Vikash Sharma, a student from Yamuna Nagar,...