Coercive role of Indian National Investigation Agency

By Sajjad Shaukat Renowned thinkers, Hobbes, Machiavelli and Morgenthau opine that sometimes, rulers act upon immoral activities like deceit, fraud, falsehood and even murder to fulfill their countries’ selfish aims. But such a sinister politics was replaced by new trends such as fair-dealings, reconciliation and economic development. Regrettably, India is still following the discarded theories of past poli ...

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Last ditch effort for peace in Afghanistan

Mohammad Jamil President Ashraf Ghani in a one-day conference in Kabul, and during his address, he offered a roadmap for peace to end the four-decade-long war in Afghanistan. New measures for the peace and reconciliation efforts include a ceasefire, recognition of the Taliban as a political party, and making efforts for the trust-building process as well as holding free and fair elections. Dr Ashraf Ghani s ...

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مجرم کو اتنی ڈھیل نہ دی جائے کہ رسی کھینچنے لگیں تو سرا ہی نہ ملے 

نغمہ حبیب سوات پاکستان کے ان خوبصورت علاقوں میں سے ہے جس کا حسن دنیا کے کسی حصے کے انسان کی آنکھیں خیرہ کر دیتا ہے یہ پُر امن شہر ہمیشہ سے قدرتی حسن کے دلدادہ سیاحوں کے لیے باعث کشش رہا ہے وہ یہاں بڑے شوق سے آتے تھے ، فطرت سے محبت کی پیاس بجھاتے تھے اور سوات کے مہمان نواز لوگوں کی مہمان نوازی کا خوب فائدہ اٹھاتے تھے اور خوشگوار تعلقات کی یادیں ساتھ لے کر واپس بحفاظت اپنے ملکوں کو پلٹ جاتے تھے۔ پھر معلوم نہی ...

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Terrorism and Shift of Power in the Middle East

A Possible Future Emerging Scenario of Destroying Legitimacy for Muslim Statehood By Shaikh Muhammad Bilal After the end of the Second World War, USA and the USSR emerged as the superpowers. Although they paid an enormous price in shape of man and material for their ascendency but gained unprecedented global power and influence over all other nations of the world. The subsequent ideological Cold War that fo ...

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Russian Spy Row: Prelude to a new Cold War

Mohammad Jamil MORE than twenty-seven European and NATO countries have announced mass expulsion of Russian officials and suspected spies in a coordinated response to Britain’s claim that nerve gas attack on former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter was ordered by the Kremlin. It appears from this wording that Britain resorted to harsh actions without any substantial or concrete evidence in ...

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People and Politics in Pakistan

Dr Muhammad Khan Supremacy of law is the first feature of an ideal state, as described by political philosopher like Aristotle. Law can be described as a system of rules that are created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behaviour. Law is systems that regulates and ensures that individuals or a community adhere to the will of the state. Indeed, laws are made for adherence ...

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Endeavor to alienate Nepal from China

Sajjad Shaukat BY manipulating the double game of the US, India is acting upon secret diplomacy in the region. On the pretext of presumed threat of China, New Delhi has also been trying to establish her hegemony in South Asia. Historically, India has continued interventionist and hegemonic policies vis-à-vis her neighbours through RAW. Besides supporting separatism in East Pakistan which resulted in dismemb ...

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Nepalese Wary of Indian Intervention

Mohammad Jamil NEPAL’S adoption of a new federal, democratic and secular constitution had angered India, as if Nepal was not a sovereign country but India’s vassal state. Though India claims to be a secular state, but with Hindu revivalist Narendra Modi and other BJP leaders at the helm, it wants Hindutva ideology to prevail there. On September 23, 2015, India had started Nepal’s blockade, exactly three day ...

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