What the Pakistan Day Demands?

By Sajjad Shaukat Every year, people of Pakistan celebrate the 23rd of March as the Pakistan Day, with great enthusiasm and zeal. But, this time, this very day has come at a time when Pakistan stands at the crossroads of its destiny, facing internal and external challenges and threats to the national security of the country, which are worrying all the citizens. Particularly, war-like situation which started ...

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Indo-Pak: Modi Misadventure may Lead to Nuclear War

(Pakistan has second strike nuclear capability but may launch first, in case India crosses threshold)  By Zaheerul Hassan Pakistan has returned Wing Commander Abbinandan Varthaman an Indian pilot on 1st March 2019 at Wagah border crossing of Punjab at Lahore. He was shot down during the first publicly acknowledged dog fight between two neighbouring nuclear states in 48 years on 27 February 2019. Reportedly, ...

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New Zealand Mosques’ Attacks, Who are Dividing the World on Religious Lines?

By Sajjad Shaukat At least 49 people have been killed and more than 40 others wounded in the terror attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday (March 15, 2019) after a gunman opened indiscriminate fire at Muslim worshippers. A 28-year-old Australian man, namely Brenton Tarrant was arrested by the police, who was charged with mass murder, using an automatic weapon and began firing. On Satu ...

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India’s Appetite for New Weaponry and War Hysteria: Risk of Nuclear War

India’s Appetite for New Weaponry and War Hysteria: Risk of Nuclear War By Sajjad Shaukat Taking cognizance of the war-like situation between India and Pakistan, which started in the aftermath of the false flag Pulwama terror attack in the Indian Occupied Kashmir, the US played a key role in de-escalation of tension between the two neighboring nuclear countries. But, tension which involves the risk of nucle ...

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External Powers Behind The Pashtun Tahafuz Movement

By Sajjad Shaukat External powers which have been supporting the Baloch Sub-Nationalists (BSNs) are also behind the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) as part of their unfinished agenda against Pakistan. They leave no stone unturned in misguiding the people of the Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) by creating one after another issue. But, it is regrettable that some internal entities of Pakistan, which a ...

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Pakistan-leg matches commenced in Karachi

By Rida Zaheer Pakistan-leg matches commenced on 9 March; all eight matches to be played at the National Stadium. The stadium was full and people enjoying the match now. The spectators rs are happy on cricket coming back in Pakistan. According to Ehsan Mani: “Due to the recent and prevailing uncertainty, we felt it critical to make a decisive decision at this juncture. Ensuring all matches are played in Pak ...

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Pakistan Playing Key Role in the US-Taliban Talks

By Sajjad Shaukat Despite hurdles, the fifth round of peace talks which started between the US negotiators and the Taliban in the Doha-the capital of Qatar on February 25, this year, is making progress gradually. Hinting that US forces could leave Afghanistan within five years under a Pentagon plan offered as part of a potential deal with the Taliban to end the nearly 18-year war, The New York Times reporte ...

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Indian intrusions and Pakistan’s responses

By Asif Haroon Raja Engineered Pulwama attack Throughout his tenure, Narendra Modi has maintained a highly bellicose posture against Pakistan. Tension between the two arch rivals escalated after the engineered suicide attack in Pulwama on 14 February which killed 44 Indian Dalit soldiers. Indian leaders in accordance with the script, blamed Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) and Pakistan within minutes of the occurrenc ...

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