IAF to deploy new C-130J squadron in West Bengal

NEW DELHI - The Indian Air Force has now decided to deploy its additional six C-130J Super Hercules transport aircraft at Panagarh in West Bengal-- the likely location of a proposed Army Mountain Corps headquarter-- and not in Odisha. The IAF was earlier planning to deploy the six aircraft in Charbatia in Odisha and an announcement in this regard was made by IAF in a press conference on October 3. "We alrea ...

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The US is responsible for bloodbath in Pakistan

By Asif Haroon Raja Unprovoked attack by NATO helicopters on 26 November on Salala check posts in which 24 officers and men of Pak Army were martyred and 13 received injuries in the backdrop of Raymond Davis episode and 2 May stealth attack in Abbottabad brought Pak-US relations to a head. Deeply hurt Pakistan virtually stopped cooperating with the US in war on terror and decided to revise its terms of enga ...

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How Americans Are Afraid Of! US puts $10m bounty on Lashkar-e-Taiba’s Hafiz Saeed

By Faheem Belharvi Mr Saeed now heads the Jamaat-ud-Dawa group, widely seen as a front for LeT - which is blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks in India. A $2m bounty was also announced on Abdul Rehman Makki, Mr Saeed's brother-in-law and co-founder of Lashkar. Both Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Lashkar-e-Taiba are blacklisted by the US. The US announced the award for their capture or information leading to their capture ...

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Malpractices of Indian Generals

By Sajjad Shaukat Malpractices and scandals in connection with the Indian civil officials have already come to surface from time to time, but these are not confined to them, even Indian armed forces are also plagued with corruption. Although lower-ranking officers of the Indian Army were found involved in various kinds of malpractices, yet involvement of the highest-ranking officers like generals, particula ...

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Growing corruption in India

By Sajjad Shaukat India's government faced fierce criticism by the media and the opposition on December 30, 2011, after it failed to push through its flagship anti-corruption law in the upper house of parliament. In this regard, the Indian Express daily said that the ruling coalition had "egg on its face", while the Mail Today indicated that the law was now "in cold storage." Recently, the opposition accuse ...

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Global discrimination over Kashmir

By Dr Raja Muhammad Khan The colonial America fought for its independence from 1775 to 1783, from Great Britain, a super power of the time, which had colonized most of the world. In American history, this war is known as the 'American War of Independence', or else, the 'Revolutionary War'. Since there was no world body like UN at that time, therefore even in the absence of any global rule or a defined chart ...

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Declaration of Boao Forum for Asia

By Faheem Belharvi At the beginning of the new millennium, we gather here in Boao, Hainan Province, in the People's Republic of China to review the economic and social challenges facing Asia. We recognize the importance of developing Asian perspectives on emerging issues and challenges facing Asia. We further recognize the need for sustained efforts to promote greater interdependence and economic integratio ...

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US Drone Warfare is Counterproductive

By Sajjad Shaukat At this critical hour, when joint session of the Pakistani Parliament is debating over the 40 recommendations, made by the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) to review country's foreign policy in general and the new relationship with the United States in particular in the backdrop of deliberate attacks on Salala outposts which killed 24 Pakistani troops on November 26 last ...

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