Tonight on The Buck Stops Here:
Pakistan drags Kashmir to UN: Rattled by India's power push?
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi woos top CEOs in the US and gears up to host the powerful G4 summit to push for a permanent seat at the UN Security Council, Pakistan is trying to change the headlines by dragging Kashmir to the United Nations yet again. Pakistan's permanent envoy to the UN has written to the President of UN Security Council, alleging that India is trying to build a wall along the border. India has refused to respond to the allegations, saying Pakistan has forwarded a representation from a globally-recognised terrorist Syed Salahuddin. On The Buck Stops Here, we debate: are terrorists dictating Pakistan's strategy at the UN? Is India's power push at the UN making Pakistan nervous?
Cross-border 'charcha': Talking India-Pakistan at New York University
Their leaders are separated by a "wall" of silence, but how does the next generation of India and Pakistan see the developments? We put that question to the students at New York University.
Told PM I can never repay debt of my motherland: Chef Vikas Khanna
He is the boy from Amristsar who says he learnt to cook from his 'biji', his grandmother, and now he is a four-time Michelin-starred chef. Vikas Khanna is the man on whom fell the onerous task of feeding not just Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but more than 40 American CEOs, worth more than $4.5 trillion. In this stirring interview, he tells NDTV why he will always remain an Indian and about his journey from standing in line at a homeless shelter in New York for food to now feeding the heads of state, including US President Barack Obama.