Imran -Qureshi
    Imran  Qureshi

    Muscat Daily Columnist

    Imran Qureshi is a seasoned print and television journalist, based in Bengaluru. He writes on political and other issues and follows trends in society

Plucking courage
Plucking courage
    September 23, 2015

Insensitivity to the aspirations of the working class has been the bane of India’s trade union movement and its failing leadership. Now, the women plantation workers of Munnar appear ready to nail the coffin.

Look what’s cooking
Look what’s cooking
    September 16, 2015

The thoughtless and frenzied ban on animal slaughter and sale of meat has created new fissures in society and allowed some dormant elements to raise their ugly heads.

The Indian Muslim
The Indian Muslim
    September 9, 2015

According to the latest census, the Muslim population in India has grown at a slower pace in the last decade, debunking theories of galloping numbers.

A 22 year old show stopper
A 22 year old show stopper
    September 2, 2015

Young Hardik Patel appeared from nowhere on the national horizon, galvanised his rich community, sought socio-economic inclusion and had the Prime Minister of India sit up and take note. Not just that, he called into question the much touted Gujarat model of development. Watch this space

Who really cares
Who really cares
    August 26, 2015

While the governments of India and Pakistan are yet to figure out how to talk and what to do, 15 year old Saba has crossed the border for medical attention after being crowd funded by Indians. Clearly, people know what their hearts beat for. So what if the NSAs don’t?