Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina
From Politics & Policy Nov 29
If Sonia Gandhi and her Congress party need evidence that their policies of subsidies and safety nets for India's poor may no longer be enough to keep their support, they need look no further than her own constituency of Rai Bareli.
From Politics & Policy Sep 27
Security forces in the Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir state gunned down all three terrorists involved in the twin terror attack by Thursday evening, ending its operation against the deadly shooting spree that killed 12 people earlier in the day.
From Books Sep 04
'Megastar Kasab - Hits and Misses: The Story of a Pakistani Actor in Bollywood' brings to fore an aspiring actor's fiery ambitions in the dark underbelly of India's film industry. Salil Jose, who tries to induce irony by naming his protagonist after a famed terrorist and lacing i...
From Society Aug 14, 2013
AK Antony confirmed the death of sailors on board the INS Sindhurakshak which exploded in a military dock in Mumbai early Wednesday.
From Politics & Policy Jun 13, 2013
With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the only war-ready female fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.
From Politics & Policy May 08, 2013
With the results of the ballot counting of the Karnataka Assembly elections a few hours away, early polls suggest a sweeping win for the Opposition Congress against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the battle for supremacy in the state.
From Society May 07, 2013
Three Ohio women believed abducted separately about a decade ago were found alive on Monday at a Cleveland house near where they were last seen, and three brothers were arrested as suspects in their disappearances, police said.
Apr 28, 2013
A prisoner convicted of spying for India was attacked and seriously injured by fellow inmates in a Pakistani jail on Friday in an incident that could inflame the uneasy relations between the two nations.
From Society Mar 07, 2013
The 23-year-old Indian woman, whose barbaric gang rape and subsequent death at the hands of her perpetrators heralded calls for greater safety and security for womenfolk in the country, will be posthumously awarded the Bravery award by the US administration on 8 March.