Indian Insecure Nuclear Programme, Threatening Regional and Global Peace

By Sajjad Shaukat In its report, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) disclosed on 18, this year that an estimated 110-130 Indian nuclear bombs are stored in six or so government–run sites across India. Within the next five years to one decade, as many as 60 reactors will also be functional in India with the active cooperation of the US led western and far eastern allies. In the past ...

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Water Dispute: India’s Hawkish Diplomacy against Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat Water dispute between Indian and Pakistan cannot be seed in isolation, as it is part of India hawkish diplomacy, hegemonic and radical mindset, undermining Pakistan’s earnest efforts to normalize relations with New Delhi. India’s relations with its neighbors have always remained marred due to her arrogance and portraying herself as a big power. There is no neighbor around India, which does ...

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UN Can Stop Carnage in Kashmir: Dr. Mir

Dr. Ghulam N. Mir, President, World Kashmir Awareness Forum expressed his anguish and grief over the continued killing by Indian forces in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. He lamented the passive role of the United Nations towards the loss of human life in Kashmir, and urged both the world body and the United States Administration to help stop the carnage in Kashmir. He said that a just and lasting settlem ...

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Performance of PTI regime in its infancy – Part 2

Asif Haroon Raja An appraisal Imran Khan (IK) has leadership qualities, has charisma, is populous, has no corruption scandal or foreign assets, he is adept in fund raising and in making thrilling speeches, is a go-getter, but has no experience of governance and is therefore prone to making mistakes. His critics equate him to Peter Pan, inclined to imprudence and impatience. There have been several slipups i ...

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Performance of PTI regime in its infancy – Part 1

Asif Haroon Raja Midway in his second tenure, Nawaz Sharif (NS) was toppled by Gen Musharraf (Mush) in a military coup on October 12, 1999. His team of eleven charted the six-point development agenda and produced excellent results in first three years of military rule, but then the reform and growth agenda and accountability went for a six with the coming in of King’s Party in 2002. After getting his foe NS ...

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Mortals Immortal

Written By Tahir Mehmood The young soldier was sitting on a detached solitary rock, well hidden from his enemy’s eyes. The enemy that was not far away; a neighbour at war. Few nights ago he had reached to this location which was to be defended. He had barely survived the last night shelling by the enemy guns. The soldier had seen the guns blazing in the movies but feeling these right on the head was a new e ...

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Unrest in Afghanistan Accelerates, Issue of Pak-Afghan Security

By Sajjad Shaukat Afghanistan has witnessed scenes of civil war era on September 9, 2018 when hundreds of armed men drove in a convoy of dozens of vehicles fired thousand of bullets throughout Kabul, the capital of the country. The day was connected to 17 death anniversary of the former war lord Ahmed Shah Massoud-the anti-Soviet and anti-Taliban commander. In Kabul, hundreds of gunmen took to the streets, ...

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Double Game is the BJP Election Strategy

By Sajjad Shaukat Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s extremist party-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had got a land sliding triumph in the Indian elections 2014 on the basis of anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan slogans. Therefore, since the Prime Minister Modi came to power, he has been implementing anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan agenda with the support of fanatic coalition outfits. Now, double game has become t ...

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