US, Reviving Talks with the Afghan Taliban without Pre-conditions

By Sajjad Shaukat When first time the US decided talks with the Afghan Taliban in 2012, the same were conditional, as America had demanded that before any deal, violence against Afghan people must stop and the Taliban must cut ties to Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups. She seek to distinguish between Al-Qaeda-related fighters and Afghan insurgents—good and bad Taliban. Afterwards, with the backing of the ...

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India-The Most Opportunist Ally of Russia and the US

By Sajjad Shaukat Machiavelli advises the rulers to have a lion-like image outwardly, and act upon the traits of goat inwardly. In his sense, a good ruler should be a good opportunist and hypocrite. While echoing Machiavelli, Morgenthau points out that sometimes, rulers act upon immoral activities like deceit, fraud and falsehood to fulfill their selfish aims. In one way or the other, these political philos ...

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Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India Pipeline

By Asif Haroon Raja Till recent, the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project was seen as a pipe dream, but it has suddenly turned into a reality and apparently its completion is not too far. Lobbyists of the mega project are painting a rosy picture. They see in it a huge potential, and term it as a vehicle for connectivity and peace, offering sustainable source of energy. It is a ...

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Pak-India Border Tension Deepens, Danger of Nuclear War

By Sajjad Shaukat Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat on September 22, this year threatened Pakistan with retaliation over its alleged involvement in killing of a border guard and policemen in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). Indian electronic media quoted Gen, Rawat as saying: “We need to take stern action to avenge the barbarism that terrorists and Pakistan Army have been carrying out”, and threatened “surpri ...

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Afghan Security Agencies Increased Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan

By Sajjad Shaukat Since the US-led NATO forces occupied Afghanistan in 2001, their air strikes on funerals, marriage-ceremonies and mosques, including special military operations killed thousands of civilians in Afghanistan. Therefore, previously, Afghan Government as well as the parliamentarians used to criticize the US-led NATO for the Afghan civilian causalities. But, from 2015, Afghan security forces an ...

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The Cruel Story after Story In India: Where to Go?

By Balbir Singh Sooch As to why I am headless-brainless, my revolver only knows? Cop answers you. How? The politicians, gamesters, corrupts, brokers and blind having money power move and fly under my shadow … as my head and my skill and leaders controlled in my revolver cover. “I know this type of story is not alone of mine or ‘Apple Store manager’ in the hands of mighty State power, money power’s cruelty o ...

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Melania Trump Maiden Trip to Africa

Posted By Zaheerul Hassan On October 2019, American first lady Melania Trump arrived in Ghana on the first leg of her maiden, solo tour of Africa. Hope she will be able to lessen the distance between US and Africans on number of issues like uprooting former President Eidee Amin since number of times Uganda demanded that America should seek apology on this issue . Anyhow, she has been billed as a chance to c ...

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Gurdwaras Across USA Raise Funds for Hurricane Florence Affectées 

by Zaheerul Hassan Natural disasters do not see that who and what else is coming in its way. Hurricane Florence hit Carolina coast and damaged buildings and also snatched roof from the heads of local recently. During that crucial time every american stood up shoulder to shoulder to raise the funds for effectees since they knew that funds Help Global United Nations—Affiliated Humanitarian Non-Profit Serve Th ...

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