Inside Story provides analysis, background, and context on the day's top story from some of the best minds in the Middle East and around the world.

More than just the news, Inside Story asks how we got to today and what tomorrow might have in store.
 
The programme will draw on Al Jazeera's heritage of covering the Middle East and world events.
 
From the latest developments in the Palestinian occupied territories to the wider issue of relations between the West and the Middle East, Inside Story aims to get behind the headlines, analyse the facts and hear the opinions to try and provide a frank assessment of the latest developments.

Coming up on Inside Story:

India-Pakistan Relations

 

As India and Pakistan prepare for fresh peace talks, two bombs on a cross-border train kill

Police guard the train [AFP]

dozens.The blasts occurred between Delhi and Lahore on board the so-called 'peace train' - a service introduced to encourage bi-lateral ties. It has been branded the latest in a series of attacks aimed at maiming relations.

 

Just how big is India's militancy problem, and can true peace between India and Pakistan ever be a reality? Inside Story investigates.

 

Find out on Inside Story at 17:30 GMT on Al-Jazeera English .

 

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Your comments and suggestions from our previous stories:
 
On our programme we welcome your feedback, below is a selection of recent emails we have received:
 
I was unaware of this programme Inside Story. Today's topic was interesting in the sense that it dealt with important issues of women's rights in Pakistan. For the marriage to be valid in Islam, there is no scope for force to both bride and groom. The consent for marriage should be full, natural and free. So, it was malpractised for long in Pakistan. I thank the government to outlaw these unacceptable practices. Thank you!
Muhammad Muinul Islam, Bangladesh
 
I saw the subject about Iraq's oil industry and to be honest I would say that it was outstanding and you highlighted in the smallest details all my suspicions about the reason why America and Britain wanted to invade Iraq.
Walid, UK
 
I watched your Inside Story for the first time on Al Jazeera. It was very good! It was neutral ... I think both CNN & BBC supports Sri Lanka's propaganda machine. I like your work.
Ramesh

I would like to comment on what was said on this terrible conflict in Sri Lanka. We know in Europe that LTTE is not a terrorist group despite all propaganda in the media. Al Jazeera has done a good job in documenting this issue, very similar to the Palestinian one.
Dr Tanda, France

Why did Inside Story forget to bring a guest from the Tamil speaking muslim community? The community was heavily victimised by the Tamil Tiger rebels. I am requesting you remember this in the next Inside Story.
Rifai Mohammed, Sri Lanka
 
Your interactive programme Inside Story on Sri Lanka was one of the best impartial interview & reports I have ever witnessed on any news channel. Without doubt Al Jazeera has demonstrated the impartiality and has left all other international news channels far behind.
Yusry, Saudi Arabia

Hi Al Jazeera, I am a great fan and supporter of your channel but I didn't like the way you covered the assassination of Pierre Gemayel. First I dont think that his killing is anything but horrific. But I think that your coverage was shy in pointing fingers to anybody but Syria. I mean 90 per cent of people in the Middle East if not more believe that the US and Israel have something deep to do with these assassinations. And I dont think that this a paranoid or "conspiracy" form of thinking. I know that as a news channel you can't accuse anybody of something without evidence but to cover "Every Angle and Every Side" I think that this side should be highlighted in a way or another.
Basel, Palestine

Something I don't get? Why no-one is putting the fingerpoint on al-Hariri for this killing for Mr Gemayel. Even we know that he has more to gain than anyone else in this incident to prove his point on Syria.
Hicham.

I think the debate/discussion over politicising the hijab was informative. I really like the professor from Egypt's comments and her views on the issue. Personally, I feel the hijab/niqab has become politicised by politicians first in Europe and now in the Middle East as more and more educated, capable, talented, young women who are entering the work force making conscious decision to either don the hijab or niqab.
Fatima, USA

Just got the English Al Jazeera feed (through jumptv.com) tonight and saw the segment on human shields in Gaza. Thank you very much - this is exactly the kind of news we in America have been missing, and urgently need to see.
Vicki, USA