Balochistan: the other dimension

Sayed G B Shah Bokhari In his three-part article in The News, titled, ‘The real Balochistan,’ former senator Sana Baloch has mentioned the backwardness and deprivation of the Baloch people. This is looking at the problem in isolation, ignoring the reality that most other parts of the country are also backward and deprived. If Balochistan is a virtual prison because of “thousands of check-posts dotting the p ...

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Just for Cameron Munter

Ali Sukhanver History is going to repeat itself very soon. The people of Pakistan must be ready for another episode like that of the Abbotabad Hunting. Zawahiri is in Pakistan; assured the gracious lady Hilary Clinton talking to media in Kolkata, a few days back. She further said in the same interview, “You have to go over those who are trying to kill you. You have to be focused on that.” Hillary is no doub ...

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Don’t forget India’s nukes

Jane Harman  We urge all nuclear-capable states to exercise restraint regarding nuclear capabilities, a State Department spokesman said last month after India successfully blasted its new long-range Agni 5 missile into the Bay of Bengal. But he quickly softened the admonishment: “That said, India has a solid non-proliferation record.” Washington’s oddly relaxed approach to India’s nuclear program goes back ...

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Indo-US Strategic Partnership threat to region’s stability

Zaheerul Hassan United States secretary of State Hillary Clinton on May 6, 2012 (Sunday) arrived in Kolkata on a three-day visit to India. The set agenda of meeting was: (1) to press India on Iran oil imports, (2) Indo-US dialogue on Afghanistan, (3) India to take up US' U-turn on Saeed with Hillary Clinton, (4) meeting West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on foreign direct investment (FDI) in retail ...

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Banglore Blast – RAW Drama

 Zaheerul Hassan On May 8 2012, Indian Intelligence agency staged “blast drama” in Banglore with the purpose of displaying solidarity to her strategic partner “US”.  The blast has been carried out when US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on her three days visit to India.   In this so called blast 15 individuals have got minor injuries. On the promise anonymity sources said that India alleged Lashkar-e- ...

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Unilateral withdrawal will be suicidal

F Z Khan One remembers Indian intelligence agency RAW’s founder chief Vikrum Suud’s article he wrote some years back in which he suggested to the Indian government and military establishment to shun the popular-among-Indian-strategists idea of launching an offensive through its armour divisions from Rajasthan’s side in order to ripe apart the Pakistani Punjab and Sindh entering from Bahawalpur and penetrati ...

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WoT after death of Osama

Faheem Belharvi War on terror has brought Pakistan immense suffering and ignominy. Death of Osama on May 2, 2011, at Abbottabad, does not matter because of the fact that al-Qaeda has already chartered. In this context, US war on terror in the aftermath of September 11, 2001 catastrophe, leading to developments such as American invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq, which is now being waged on global and regional ...

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Osama – angel or devil?

Dr. Khurshid Alam An year ago, on 2nd May the most wanted man, Osama, was killed by US marines in Abbottabad. It was one of the extremely guarded and secretive missions ever carried out by US. The air borne attack took less than one hour to be completed. Today Osama is as much controversial person, as he was during his life time. To many he was a dedicated international holy warrior. To others he was the fa ...

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