Besides Pakistan, India’s Dangerous Strategy against China and Nepal

By Sajjad Shaukat In his book, ‘The Prince’, Machiavelli advises the rulers to have a lion-like image outwardly, and act upon the traits of goat inwardly. He also suggests them, the use of terror to obtain their goals and foreign adventures to divert the attention of public from internal crises. In his sense, a good ruler should be a good opportunist and hypocrite. It is regrettable that since Narendar Modi ...

Read more

Heroes Die Young–The Story of Extreme Valor

By Tahir Mehmood “I am proud of my martyred son. He has shown us the way to love and serve Pakistan.” This is a solid rock declaration by a proud father who lost his youngest son Captain Bilal Zafar on 17 May 2009 while fighting against terrorists in Peochar Valley, Swat. His second son, Captain Zarar Zafar has just come back from graveyard after praying Fateha on the grave of his loving brother Captain Bil ...

Read more

May 28: Pakistan Became Declared Nuclear Power

By Sajjad Shaukat Showing aggressive designs against Pakistan, on May 11, 1998, India conducted three nuclear tests and on May 13, 1998, two nuclear tests. Notably, both the countries have waged three wars, especially on the issue of the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). Therefore, in response, Pakistan successfully carried out its five nuclear tests on May 28, 1998 and the sixth one on May 30, 1998. In this r ...

Read more

Modi-led Terrorism against Muslims on ‘International Radar’

By Sajjad Shaukat In his book, “Politics Among Nations”, renowned thinker, Hans J. Morgenthau opined that external policy of a country should be moulded in accordance “with the exigencies and circumstances of time and place”, otherwise, there will be “failure of the foreign policy.” But, without bothering for the reaction of the international community, Indian extremist Prime Minister Narendra Modi-the lead ...

Read more

India, Violating the Tenets of Nuclear Deterrence

By Sajjad Shaukat After the World War 11, nuclear weapons were never used and were only employed as a strategic threat. During the heightened days of the Cold War, many crises arose in Suez Canal, Korea, Cuba and Vietnam when the United States and the former Soviet Union were willing to use atomic weapons, but they stopped because of the fear of nuclear war which could eliminate both the superpowers. Theref ...

Read more

Removal of Pak Diplomat from Service: Indian Media Manipulates the Issue

By Sajjad Shaukat Surprisingly, Pakistan’s media did not give much coverage to the removal of country’s diplomat from service and manipulation of the issue by the Indian media at this critical hour when top officials of the Indian extremist Prime Minister Narendra Modi-the leader of the fanatic ruling party BJP and their media leave no stone unturned in maligning Pakistan through a continuous blame game in ...

Read more

Avoid Controversy over 18th Amendment & COVID-19

By Sajjad Shaukat While coronavirus pandemic, also known as COVID-19 is rapidly spreading in Pakistan, some political entities are creating obstacles by creating controversy over 18th Amendment. Regrettably, they are doing politics over this sensitive issue. In this regard, on April 28, this year, the leader of the opposition parties, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, president PML-N Shahbaz Sharif and J ...

Read more

بلوچستان میں چھ جوانوں کے ہمراہ میجر کی شہادت

From a friend Posted By Zaheerul Hassan کہا جاتا ہے کہ فوج کی زندگی بالعموم متوسط طبقہ کے لوگ بخوشی جوائن کرتے ہیں. یہ تاثر بھی ہے کہ فوج میں نوکری سے جہاں طاقت اور رعب کا احساس ہوتا ہے وہیں خوشحال زندگی بھی میسر آتی ہے. آج بلوچستان میں چھ جوانوں کے ہمراہ شہادت پانے والے میجر ندیم عباس بھٹی شہید کو اگر خوشحال زندگی کا حصول مقصود ہوتا تو وہ اپنے سیاسی خاندان کی طرح سیاست کا حصہ بنتے. ان کے چچا مہدی حسن بھٹی ...

Read more

© 2012 - All Rights are reserved by zameer36.

Scroll to top