Pakistan, US initiate talks on bilateral issues

Muhammad Saleh Zaafir In a breakthrough development, Pakistan and United States have initiated negotiations on intricate bilateral issues, and Washington has designated Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides as its point-man for the talks while Federal Finance Minister Senator Dr Hafeez Shaikh will have interaction on behalf of Islamabad. Hafeez Shaikh and Thomas Nides have discussed course of action for th ...

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Will Shakil Afridi follow Raymond Davis?

Rustam Shah Mohmand Shakeel Afridi has only gone through a few months of incarceration. But “voices of dissent” have started creating ripples all over. Such is the overwhelming fear and awe regarding American might and the United States’ intrusive capability that questions are being raised about the timing of the order of conviction and the type of signals that it will convey to the West. As if the retreat ...

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Yum-e-Takbeer: The resolve continues!

Air Cdre Khalid Iqbal (R) This day, fourteen year ago, emotionally charged voices of the team of nuclear scientists’ conducting the nuclear test in Chagi chanted ‘Naara-e- Takbeer, Allah-o- Akbar’. This was a declaration that hence forth Pakistan is a declared nuclear weapon capable state. Resource starved Pakistan had no ambition to go nuclear, but was compelled to do so. India exploded its first nuclear d ...

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Pakistan’s finest hour

Ikram Ullah Khan Pakistan had its ambiguous but to an extent credible nuclear deterrence against India to counter New Delhi's conventional superiority even long before May 28, 1998. This ambiguous nuclear deterrence did work effectively to defuse past Indo-Pak, war like crises, notably Bras Tack Military Exercise 1987-88 and 199O Spring Crisis famously known as Zarb-e-Momin. Before May 1998 nuclear tests it ...

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Mrs.Clinton Mysterious Move

By Sajjad Shaukat    Political elite may follow timid policy, but it is not the job of statesmen to reflect such an ambiguous strategy. In these terms, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been acting upon an enigmatic approach. In this regard, during her recent visit to India, while speaking in Indian tune, Hillary Clinton allegedly that Pakistan had not taken enough action against Hafiz Saeed, Chief ...

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How to Control Indo-US Terrorism

US Forces Terrorsi, against Pakistanin PostBy Asif Haroon Raja Armed uprising by the Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir in 1988 had placed India in a very tight corner. State terrorism by India’s 700,000 strong military force had completely failed to suppress the freedom movement. India’s consistent efforts throughout the 1990s to brand freedom movement as terrorism and to get Pakistan branded as a terrorists su ...

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Pak Army – Let Martyred Soldiers Defend Siachen

By Lt Col Zaheerul Hassan (Retired) According to the media reports dead body of a Sep Muhammad Hussain, Shaheed has been recovered on the 50th day of Rescue Operation in Gayari Sector. The soldier’s body would be sent to his native village located near Skardu. On 7 April 2012 an Avalanche has hit 138 officers, soldiers and civilians at Gayari sector near Siachen Glacier. Lt Col Tanvir Ul Hassan, Maj ZakaUlH ...

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Indian Army Chief is not serious in Siachen D-militarization

By Zaheerul Hassan On 26 May2012, Indian Army Chief Gen V K Singh during an interview has expressed   that Pakistan Army Chief General Kayani’s statement on Siachen’s de-militarization could not be taken seriously. It is worth mentioning here that last month; Kayani told media that India Indian Army Chief General V K Singhand Pakistan negotiate bilaterally for pulling out armies from the region and spend mo ...

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