Asia Times Helping women balance family life, jihad
Another al-Qaeda propaganda tool to hit the web is al-Khansa, a magazine
aimed at Muslim women. It teaches women skills such as how to shoot a weapon and be a supportive jihadi wife and
mother, reports SUDHA RAMACHANDRAN
Indian Express Special powers, mixed
The key challenge facing the security apparatus at all levels is to combat the idea that while carrying out their duties the armed forces can act outside the scope of the law.
FIRDAUS AHMED discusses the Special Powers Act
The Hindu Remembering Anna
C.N. Annadurai epitomised Tamil pride, personifying honesty, simplicity and
caring, says R KANNAN
happened to Osama?
Why no message from him this time around? Is he alive? If so, is he still healthy enough to be active and leading? Is he in US or Pakistani custody to be produced before the US voters on the eve of the US presidential elections?
By B RAMAN
Tribune Troubled and troublesome neighbours
For over a week talks between the Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan had unsurprisingly hogged the headlines. Somewhat surprising, however, has been the attention New Delhi has since been paying to two other neighbours, Bangladesh and Nepal,
says INDER MALHOTRA