Soft Corner for Indian Spy , Kalboshan Jhadev

By Ali Sukhanver The Indian media, in collaboration with the Indian state machinery, is wasting all its efforts on proving two things now-a-days; Kalboshan Jhadev is not an officer of the Indian navy and that the permission granted to Kalboshan’s wife to meet her husband is result of the pressure exerted by the International Court of Justice. The Financial Express of India reported a few days back, “Ministe ...

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Indian nuclear buildup

By Asif Haroon Raja India under Modi No Indian leader has reconciled with the existence of Pakistan. Unresolved Kashmir dispute has kept the two neighbors at loggerheads. The animus between the two archrivals spiraled when Narendar Modi took over power in India in June 2014. He has all along pursued a highly truculent and bullying policy and has missed no opportunity to express his hostility against Pakista ...

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Zionist Agenda to Denuclearize Pakistan

By Sajjad Shauka Despite the repeated assurances of Pakistan’s military and civil leadership that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are well-protected and are under tight security arrangements, having well-coordinated command and control system, a deliberate propaganda campaign against the safety of these weapons keeps on going particularly by the US, India and some Western countries who are acting upon the Zionis ...

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Will India resort to war with Pakistan?

By Asif Haroon Raja In the wake of constantly deteriorating security situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) owing to heightened turbulence, exasperated and outraged Indian political and military leadership and Indian public are getting restless. 750,000 Indian security forces have been unable to quell the wave of protests that spiraled after the martyrdom of Burhan Wani in July 2016. The girl students i ...

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Pak-China Project of the CPEC Infuriates the US-led Powers

By Sajjad Shaukat When during the Musharraf regime, with the Chinese assistance, Pakistan initiated the construction of Gwadar deep-seaport in the Balochistan province in March 2002; sirens went off in the capitals of foreign countries, especially the US, India and Israel who took it as a threat to their global and regional plans. Balochistan’s ideal strategic location, its abundant mineral resources like g ...

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Coup de Grace of the Old System in Saudi Arabia

By General Mirza Aslam BegFormer COAS, Pakistan Army While the courts of justice were functioning in Saudi Arabia, the crackdown in the name of corruption, in the absence of judicial process is nothing but a Coup de Grace, establishing full control of Crown Prince Mohammed over the three security services – the Military, National Guard, Internal Security and the Powerful Wahabi clerics. Thus the Crown Princ ...

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Economic dynamics will determine the next super power

By Yasmeen Aftab Ali Why it is in West’s interest to scuttle BR The stakes are high. Who will be the next world leader for coming decades? With Chinese policy becoming more assertive, the US is deeply concerned about an economic surge by China, leading to it becoming a world leader. The time is now. This article explores the bigger picture of which CPEC and Gwadar form a part. In 2013 China launched the Bel ...

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Arab World: Rescuing People from Insanity of Wars to Future-building

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD Arab Masses Victims of the Modern Warfare Truth is One, not many. The Western leaders propelled by the ambiguous animosity of ‘the clash of civilizations’ are using sectarian violence as the engine of sophisticated warfare to destroy the Arab Middle East. Syria is destroyed, Iraq dismantled, Libya gone, Yemen ruptured and according to Robert Fisk, House of Saud comes next. The wel ...

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