US Dirty Tricks & Pak-Iran Gas Pipeline

By Zaheerul Hassan Pakistan has issued tender for laying kilometers Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline in its territory to a German company while rejecting US Pressure over Iran-Pakistan Gas line Project. According to the secretary petroleum, Pakistan has offered $250 million to a German company, ILF Engineering, for laying the gas pipeline inside its territory. The 2,775-kilometre (1,724 mi) pipeline which st ...

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Middle East and Terrorism

By Khaled Abu Toameh Fatah activists in Ramallah denounced the visit by Israeli physicians as a form of "normalization" with Israel. The fact that thousands of Palestinian patients receive medical treatment in Israeli hospitals each year did not stop Palestinians from voicing opposition to a visit by Israeli physicians to Ramallah last week. The Israeli physicians arrived in Ramallah as part of a tour that ...

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Indo-Israeli Secret Alliance

By Sajjad Shaukat In the first week of February, this year, Israeli secret agency, Mossad's Chief Tamir Pardo visited India with a three member delegation. Pardo's detailed talks with the Chief of Indian spy agency, RAW, Sanjeev Tripathi was part of Indo-Israeli secret alliance. The major aim of this meeting was to accelerate joint initiatives through their secret agencies so as to manipulate the strategic ...

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Multi-prone Attacks on Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat In the past, conventional forces of a country used to attack on a rival country in order to achieve its strategic aims. But in the modern era of globalisation and technology, a rival country can be invaded through 'different war' which includes various tactics of psychological warfare. In these terms, Pakistan has become the target of multi-prone attacks such as suicide attacks, bomb blast ...

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In-house negativism must stop

By Asif Haroon Raja Pak-US relations have followed a set pattern of ups and downs. Pakistan fell from the grace of USA in 1989 after the US found that it had achieved its objectives and Pakistan was no more needed. The reason put forth for cold shouldering Pakistan and putting it under sanctions was its nuclear program for which President Ronald Reagan had been certifying each year starting 1984 that Pakist ...

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Balochistan being equated with Kashmir

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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Arrest warrant issued for Hamid Mir

By Zaheerul Hassan Quetta Judicial Magistrate-III Muhammad Ibrahim Kakar has issued a non-bailable arrest warrant for Geo's anchorperson and columnist Hamid Mir as well as the chairman of the group and editor-in-chief of daily Jung newspaper. The court issued Mir's arrest warrant in a case filed by a senior lawyer of Balochistan, Khalid Khan. The petitioner has taken the plea that in his column of October 2 ...

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IAEA-Questionable Indian Nuclear Safety

By Zaheerul Hassan On February 28, 2012 an expert committee appointed by the Tamil Nadu government on submitted its report on the safety aspects of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNNP) to Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, marking a crucial stage in the debate over the project. At the same time, the State government invited the People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE) representatives for talks on ...

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