From the Brink

By Admiral Afzal Tahir I claim political neutrality and ask you to consider this. The political developments in Pakistan over the last two years cast a profound impact on the recent developments in our region. Change of political government post 2018 elections must be considered a godsend. Pakistan had been continuously losing diplomatic ground over the ten-year period of PPP and PMLN governments. All the c ...

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آج وہ کشمیر ہے محکوم و مجبور و فقیر

نغمہ حبیب کشمیرسلگ رہا ہے اور دنیا یہ تماشا دیکھ رہی ہے ایسا کچھ اب سے نہیں اس خطے نے جانے کب آزادی کا سورج دیکھا تھا۔ آج سے تقریباًکچھ کم صدی پہلے علامہ اقبال نے افسوس کرتے ہوئے کہا تھا۔ آج وہ کشمیر ہے محکوم و مجبور و فقیر کل جسے اہل نظر کہتے تھے ایران صغیر اس خطے کو کسی نے جنت نظیر کہا کسی نے ایران صغیر کہا کچھ نے فردوس بریں کہا لیکن اس کے قدرتی حسن کی تعریف مکمل نہ ہوئی۔ آج یہی کشمیر ظلم کی چکی میں پس رہ ...

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چین سے فوجی مارکے بعد ایران سے معاشی مار

نغمہ حبیب بھارت اِن دنوں ہزیمتوں کی زد میں ہے وہی مودی جس کو عظیم لیڈر قرار دینے کی کوشش کی جارہی تھی پے در پے شکست کھا رہا ہے۔ پاکستان چین اور نیپال کے ہاتھوں پٹنے کے بعد اب اُسے ایران میں سبکی کا سامنا کرنا پڑرہا ہے۔ ایران اور بھارت کے درمیان معاہدہ طے پایا تھا کہ بھارت ایران کی خلیج اومان میں ایک چھوٹی سی بندرگاہ چاہ بہار کو تعمیر کرنے اور اسے وسعت دینے کے لیے ایران کی مدد کرے گاچاہ بہار بحر ہندسے نزدیک ...

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Real Terrorists Detected in Kashmir

By Sajjad Shaukat The term of terrorism has been so confused that there is no exact definition of terrorism. The problem is confined to political terrorism which occurs when a group, whether holding governmental office or outside government, resolves to pursue a set of ideological objectives by methods which not only subvert or ignore the requirements of domestic and international law, but also rely for the ...

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India Moving towards Breakup like the Soviet Union

By Sajjad Shaukat The former Soviet Union which had subjugated the minorities and ethnic groups in various provinces and regions through its military, disintegrated in 1991. Even its nuclear weapons could not save its collapse. One of the important causes of the disintegration of the former Russian Empire was that its greater defence expenditure exceeded to the maximum, resulting into economic crises inside ...

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Martyrs’ Day Continue in the Indian Occupied Kashmir

By Sajjad Shaukat Every year, Kashmir Martyrs’ Day (Youme Shudaha-e-Kashmir) is commemorated on July 13 in the memory of 21 Kashmiris who were martyred outside Srinagar Central Jail by the troops of Dogra Maharaja on July 13, 1931. This very day is observed on both sides of the Line of Control and all over the world by the Kashmiris to pay homage to these Kashmiris. However, the history of Dogra rule (1846- ...

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Sino-India Border Tensions Intensify

By Sajjad Shaukat In the recent past, India and China held military-level talks to resolve the current border issue in eastern Ladakh peacefully. But, no breakthrough occurred, as on May 5, this year, drastic tensions arose between New Delhi and Beijing, taking both the countries to the edge of war. In response to India’s construction of roads and airstrips adjacent to the Line of Actual Control (LAC), whic ...

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NATO’s Withdrawal: Unrest in Afghanistan will Affect Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat In the agreement signed between the US and Taliban on February 29, this year, in Doha-the capital of Qatar, it is committed that within the first 135 days of the deal, the US will reduce its forces in Afghanistan to 8,600 from the current 13,000, working with its other NATO allies to proportionally reduce the number of coalition forces over that period. Under the agreement, if the Taliban ...

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