Rehbar- The Rebel

Freedom fighter and a journalist cast into one New Look The younger generation of Kashmir must be thinking that they are the only victims of Kashmir conflict but the fact of the matter is that the people of Kashmir are under subjugation from decades together. Today when youth get recognition for their sacrifices to Kashmir cause, it gives an impression that in the past no one courageous like them took birth ...

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Kashmir: A Road to Peace or Disaster?

By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai India and Pakistan have had more than 150 official rounds of talks in the last seven decades to discuss conflicts and differences between them. The by-product of every round of talk was an agreement to meet again to talk. In consequence, the peace process between India and Pakistan has always remained an illusion. Talks have always proved barren because both India and Pakistan have ne ...

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Nepal: A Memorandum about Indian Permanent Membership of the UNSC

By Sajjad Shaukat It is misfortune that by ignoring the modern global trends like renunciation of war, peaceful settlement of disputes and economic development, India continues its hegemonic designs by threatening the security of South Asia and Asia in particular and the entire world in general. Besides other neighbouring countries, Nepal is another victim of the Indian hegemonic designs. In this regard, on ...

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Modi Led the Gujarat Riots

By Sajjad Shaukat The 2002 Gujarat riots were a three-day period of communal violence in the Indian state of Gujarat by extremist Hindus under the guidance and command of the Indian Prime Minister Narinder Modi who was chief minister of Gujarat and mastermind the massacre of the Muslims. Besides previous massacre of Muslims, more than 2500 Muslims were killed in the BJP-ruled Indian state of Gujarat where h ...

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Confused Trump: Terror Attack Occurred in Pakistan’s Town of Sehwan, Not Sweden

By Sajjad Shaukat US new President Donald Trump confused the Swedes and Pakistanis in particular and the people of other countries of the world in general by confusing the terror attack in Pakistan’s town of Sehwan with Sweden. Sehwan is a historic town located in Jamshoro District of Sindh province in Pakistan. It stands on the west bank of the Indus, 80 miles (130 km) northwest of Hyderabad which is provi ...

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Afghanistan is Nurturing Terrorism

by Ali Sukhanver February usually brings a very pleasant weather for the people all over the world but this February proved very unlucky for the people of Pakistan. More than hundred innocent ones became victim to brutal terrorist activities; countless injured; hundreds of families were pushed to the hell of helplessness and a lot of damage was caused to the public and private properties. And this injustice ...

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Downfall of the Muslims: A Review (Part-4)

By Dr Firoz Mahboob Kamal The disconnection The most important agenda of Islam is to connect humans with their Almighty Creator. For a human, nothing is more important than this connectivity with his Supreme Lord. Whether a man will reach heaven or hell is solely decided on this single factor. The basis of this Divine connectivity of a believer is the perfect congruity of his vision, mission and objective w ...

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Resurgence of Proxy War against Pakistan

By Zaheerul Hassan At least 108 innocent people embraced shahdit (martyred) and more than 414 injured in eight attacks of different areas in Pakistan. In four days’ time only, the terrorists have hit shrine of Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar Sehwan town (Sindh), Police leadership in Lahore, Judges van in Peshawar, Political Agent office of Mohmand Agency and Army convoy in the Awaran area of Balochistan. In ...

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