CIA and OBL

PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER If we suppose for the time being that the intelligence agencies of Pakistan failed in tracing out the presence of Osama in Pakistan, what about the CIA; world’s most powerful intelligence agency? What had the CIA been doing for more than five years when allegedly Osama was residing here in Pakistan before his murder? This question leads us to a different story. If someone on the eart ...

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India must withdraw from illegally captured glacier

Asif Haroon Raja In early hours of the morning on 7 April 2012, an extraordinary avalanche struck Battalion HQ of 6 NLI regiment located in Gayari sector of Siachen Glacier.  135 officers, men and civilians paid out of defence establishment got buried under 1000 meters wide and over 25 meters high landslide. Round the clock rescue operation is in progress since the day of tragic occurrence despite bad weath ...

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US shortsighted policy only hurts its ‘ally’ Pakistan

When the United States officially withdraws from Afghanistan in 2014, it will leave behind a neighbourhood that is even more unstable than it was a decade ago. Washington has failed to achieve permanent progress on most of its goals in the region. It is far too early to conclude that the country will fall back under the control of the Taliban - what a post-withdrawal Afghanistan will look like is still uncl ...

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Al-Qaeda’s back broken by Pak Security Forces

Asif Haroon Raja Myth of Osama bin Laden (OBL) was the creation of CIA and none else. CIA gave birth to al-Qaeda and fondly nurtured it throughout its infancy in the decade of 1980s. The ISI had no connectio nwith al-Qaeda, since it was a collection of Arabs collected together by CIA from Arab countries and pushed into the inferno of Afghanistan. CIA would have continued to Nawaz Sharif during his stint in ...

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Pakistan’s spy agency seeks some credit for bin Laden’s death

By Richard Leiby ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Pakistan’s premier spy service, stung by lingering suspicions that it was complicit in sheltering Osama bin Laden, said Friday that it deserves credit for helping U.S. intelligence officials locate the hideout where the al-Qaeda chief was killed by American commandos nearly a year ago. “The lead and the information actually came from us,” a senior official with Pakista ...

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South Asian Fake Nuclear Power

By Ishaal Zehra Every now and then, in the democratic entity called India, something unusual happens which keeps one amused for so many days. The feeling is almost the same as some magician waves his wand and ‘woof’……. here comes a surprise (which eventually turns out to be a shock at the end of the day) and then another and another and the story goes on. Indian Fake Nuclear TestSome time back Mr. P. K. Iye ...

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US Covert Aims Behind Osama Episode

By Sajjad Shaukat [caption id="attachment_633" align="alignright" width="279" caption="Al Qaed Chief Osama bin Laden killed on 2 May 2011 (Balck Day)"][/caption] After the 9/11 tragedy, Pakistan joined the US war against terrorism as frontline state with because the country was not only facing acute financial crisis, but also hostile factor of India. Islamabad was also granted the status of non-NATO ally by ...

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US Covert Aims Behind Osama Episode

 By Sajjad Shaukat After the 9/11 tragedy, Pakistan joined the US war against terrorism as frontline state with because the country was not only facing acute financial crisis, but also hostile factor of India. Islamabad was also granted the status of non-NATO ally by Washington because of its successes, achieved by Pakistan’s Army and country’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) against the Al Qaeda militant ...

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