Undue Politicising Pakistani Security Agencies

By Zaheerul Hassan American unilateral operation in Abbottabad has opened the flood gates of criticism for Pakistan from all quarters. An already hostile international media has found it all convenient to unleash their most venomous war against Pakistan, Pak Army, ISI and Pakistan's Nuclear Programme. Most of the online International Newspapers (with the exception of Arab and neutral countries) highly criti ...

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Why Obama fears Israel

By Washington Times President Obama offered to give Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu military assistance for a strike on Iran. The catch is, Israel must delay action until after the November election. That's according to several major news outlets which ran reports based on unnamed sources from Monday's White House meeting. Whether or not this report is accurate, it underscores the power dynamics b ...

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Pakistan’s Iran pipeline plan further strains ties with U.S.

By Alex Rodriguez As the U.S. and Pakistan struggle to patch up frayed ties, plans for a Pakistani-Iranian natural gas pipeline further threaten the fragile partnership. Pakistan desperately needs new energy sources and has made it clear that it plans to forge ahead with the pipeline to bring in natural gas from Iran, despite warnings from the U.S. that Islamabad could be hit with economic sanctions if it f ...

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US, Israel, India responsible for killings in Balochistan

By Ashraf Mumtaz LAHORE - Foreign countries and agencies strongly opposed to the Gwadar Port and determined to drive a wedge between Pakistan and Iran are involved in terrorist activities in Balochistan, military sources say. They told TheNation that Gwadar Port had the capacity to bring about economic prosperity in the impoverished Balochistan and this was precisely what the enemies could not tolerate. Sim ...

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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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Exiled Baloch leader seeks Indian backing

By Praveen Swami In an exclusive interview to The Hindu — his first to an Indian newspaper — Mr. Bugti said New Delhi had an "ethical obligation, as a democracy and a regional power, to join the world in condemning the ongoing massacre of the Baloch people." "The Baloch do not need guns," he added, "but we need political support, so Pakistan's military knows the world will hold it to account." Pakistani tro ...

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Solution to Balochistan Issue

By Faheem Belharvi The decision to convene an APC on Balochistan was announced by Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani who constituted a committee of ministers and PPP leaders to contact politicians all over the country to convince them to participate in the conference. The way out of this situation demands that we should learn from history. The Balochistan problem must no more be seen in the security perspect ...

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US Has Lost Sleep for Balochistan

By Ishaal Zehra Eddie Walsh, foreign correspondent of Al Jazeera English, in his article "Should the US support an independent Balochistan?" interestingly writes "Over the last few months, a small faction of congressmen, minority Afghan groups, Baloch nationalists, and their supporters have laid out the framework for an alternative US policy approach for Southwest Asia. This alternative policy centres on ba ...

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