Clinton Says U.S. Eager to Resume Pakistan Contacts

By Associated Press LONDON—U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called Thursday for the resumption of a full range of formal contacts with Pakistan after its parliament completes a review of strained ties between the two countries. At a meeting on the sidelines of an international conference on Somalia in London, Mrs. Clinton outlined to Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar a series of steps the ...

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At the mercy of criminals

By Professor Ali Sukhanver A few days back, Chaudhry Aslam khan, the SSP CID Karachi said in an interview with a private TV channel that unless courts give a legal authenticity to the evidence of the police officials particularly in cases of terrorism, the giant of terrorism cannot be chained. It is a common complaint that in most of the cases people from common public lack courage to appear before the cour ...

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Disturbed situation on western front

By Asif Haroon Raja Despite anti-American sentiments running high among people in Pakistan as a consequent to anti-Muslim and anti-Islamic policies of USA, relations between Pakistan and USA at government level remained cordial. Cordiality turned into acrimony in 2011 as a result of Raymond Davis episode in January followed by shocking 2 May incident, outburst of Mike Mullen in September and murderous NATO ...

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US Blatant Intervention in Balochistan

By Sajjad Shaukat According to various international laws and declarations, the principle of non-intervention involves the right of every sovereign state to conduct its affairs without outside interference. In this regard, Article 2 (4) of the UN Charter prohibits "interference in the internal affairs" of a state. But setting aside international laws, and the UN Charter, Dana Rohrabacher introduced a House ...

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Kashmir is a flashpoint endangering security of Asia

By Asif Haroon Raja Under the partition plan worked out by the British in June 1947, the 600 princely states had been given the choice of either joining up with India or Pakistan, giving credence to communal demographic milieus and geographic proximity. India in connivance with British Viceroy Lord Mount Batten annexed all the princely states including Junagadh, Hyderabad Deccan and Manavadar whose Muslim r ...

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Balochistan: Whose Fingerprints Are There?

By Sohail Parwaz In our college time we used to remain equipped with the vocabulary of various 'heights' like the height of ignorance, sympathy, tolerance, joy, sorrow, etc., which used to be quite popular with us as we would make a very 'lethal' use of them against those of our friends whom we would tag to tease. Tell me one thing honestly keeping all that in mind. Haven't you heard of that selfish fellow ...

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Implications of Iranian-Afghan leaders visit Pak

By Zaheerul Hassan Pakistan, Iranian and Afghan leaders will sat together in Islamabad from February 18, 2012 for a regional summit at a key juncture in peace efforts with the Taliban and amid rising tensions between Tehran and Israel. The leaders will definitely try to evolve strategy which should be viable for establishment of regional peace. Peace process in afghan region is already under it way particul ...

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US Congress Interfering in Pak Balochistan

By Zaheerul Hassan On February 17, 2012, US House of Representatives has tabled a bill which called upon Pakistan to recognize the right of self-determination for Balochistan. The bill was introduces by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) who indirectly tried to make an effort of materializing earlier set CIA agenda of "Greater Balochistan" which is comprising of territory of Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan. He al ...

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