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Aatish Taseer

Writer Aatish Taseer Set To Lose OCI Status, To Be Banned From Entering India

Nov 08, 2019 PTI

The 38-year-old writer is the son of late Pakistani politician Salmaan Taseer and Indian journalist Tavleen Singh.

After 'Divider-in-Chief' Cover, Time Magazine Article Says 'Narendra Modi Has United India Like No Other PM'

May 29, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Manoj Ladwa's piece finds space in Time Magazine's "Ideas" section, weeks after it featured Modi as the "Divider in chief" written by British-born writer and journalist Aatish Taseer.


Time Magazine Article Author A Pakistani, Nothing Better Can Be Expected From Pakistan: BJP

The article, which is a sharp criticism of Modi's leadership, has been written by Aatish Taseer, who is the son of Indian journalist Tavleen Singh, and late Pakistani politician and businessman Salmaan Taseer.

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