MFN status to India conditional to resolution of Kashmir dispute

By Asif  Haroon Raja In India the religious right led by BJP had emerged on Indian political scene in mid 1980s with a bang. The BJP became the mother hen and political face of dozens of Hindu extremist parties and groups like RSS, VHP, Bajrang Dal and Shiv Sena, all espousing Hindutva. These extremist forces kept provoking Rajiv Gandhi and Narasimha Rao regimes to use full force to crush the movement in Ka ...

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U.S. blackmails Pakistan to allow spy bases near Iran: report

By Tehran Times An Indian newspaper says the United States is putting pressure on Pakistan to allow Washington to establish espionage bases in the country's Balochistan province to gather intelligence on Iran. According to a report published by The Times of India on Monday, the U.S. Congress has been discussing a resolution to recognize the right of Baloch people to self-determination as a means of putting ...

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Misperceptions of Internal Entities about ISI

By Sajjad Shaukat At this critical juncture when foreign elements have accelerated their conspiracy against the integrity of Pakistan in order to complete their hidden agenda, it is regrettable that without taking cognisance of the ground realities, and without knowing the functions of the Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) including its director general, our own political leaders, media an ...

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Sensations about Balochistan’s Missing Persons

By Sajjad Shaukat While the Supreme Court of Pakistan has been hearing the cases of the missing persons in the country, but situation of Balochistan is graver in this respect, where sense of deprivation and grievances have already intensified among the people. It is notable that the agents of American CIA, Indian RAW and Israeli Mosssad are well-penetrated in the foreign and Pakistani media, various NGOs an ...

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India: the Biggest Arms Recipient

By Sajjad Shaukat  In its report, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) disclosed on March 20 this year that volume of international transfers of major weapons was 24 percent higher in the period 2007-11 compared to the 2002-06 period. While indicating the purchases of arms and weapons by various countries, the report pointed out, "India is the world's largest recipient of arms…India' ...

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Human Rights Violations Against Minorities In India

By Zaheerul Hassan A letter highlighting communal violance in India has been sent to me by one of my resepectable reader from Sikh community. The same is being published here for joining the voice of poor vicitms of state terrorism in India . UNO, international community and civil societies of the world should come out and condemn Indian state terrorism against minorities. Room: XXII Place: Palace des Natio ...

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Travelogue – The Common Heritage of SAARC Countries

By Sami Ullah Malik, London, UK First of all I am thankful whole heatedly of Br Khawaja Ekram Sb & his all colleagues who organised this conference & invited me. Infect I could not get Indian Visa for unknown reasons whenever Indian Govt claiming the friendship with neighbours. Now I come on topic which organisers ask me to say some something about Travelogue. I am not much of a tourist traveller; I ...

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Gen Pasha Deserves Encomium

By Mohammad Jamil Theor­etically, any one who believes in freedoms and civil liberties would not hold brief for military dictators, authoritarian rulers or civilian dictators. But in Pakistan whenever Martial Law was promulgated in the past, a large number of politicians, journalists, intellectuals, members of judiciary and people at large had supported the dictator. However, when the dictator tried to exte ...

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