Who is Sabotaging the US-Taliban Deal and Why?

By Sajjad Shaukat In a ceremony which was attended by notables from Russia, China, Qatar and other key players, including the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in Doha-the capital of Qatar on February 29, this year, the US and the Taliban have signed the historical agreement for bringing peace to Afghanistan after more than 18 years of conflict. The deal ...

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Modi Led the Genocide of the Muslims in Gujarat

By Sajjad Shaukat Indian extremist Prime Minister Narendar Modi’s new anti-Muslim moves such as the continued lockdown in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) after abrogation of the special status of the Jummu and Kashmir by revoking articles 35A and 370 of the Constitution on August 5, 2019 in a malevolent attempt to turn Muslim majority into minority in the IOK, the Indian Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 (CA ...

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The Hindutva Fascists & the Malice

Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal Like a virus, toxic ideologies never remain confined within the geographical or political borders. It quickly spreads and gets followers beyond the border. The same is exactly true for India’s Hindutva fascism. Fascism has its robust diagnostic symptoms. The fascists keep a constant watch on their ideological enemies and show the virulence. If anyone tells anything against Pakistan, ...

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Modi Took India to the Point of No Return

By Sajjad Shaukat Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had won the general elections of 2014 on the basis of anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan slogans. Since Narendar Modi, the leader of the ruling party BJP became Indian Prime Minister of India he started implementing ideology of Hindutva (Hindu Nationalism). Under his regime, various developments like unprecedented rise of Hindu extremism, persecution of minorities e ...

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What about Kashmiri Pundits? Three Decades of Exodus

By Ram Puniyani This January 2020, it is thirty years since the Kashmiri Pundits’ exodus from the Kashmir valley took place. They had suffered grave injustices, violence and humiliation prior to the migration away from the place of their social and cultural roots in Kashmir Valley. The phenomenon of this exodus had been due to the communalization of militancy in Kashmir in the decade of 1980s. While no ruli ...

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The Graveyard talks back

By Arundhati Roy Courtesy:- The Caravan magazine February 13, 2020 This is the text of the 2020 Clark Lecture in English Literature, instituted by Trinity College, Cambridge. Arundhati Roy is the first Indian writer invited to deliver it. Thank you for inviting me to deliver this, the Clark Lecture, now in its one hundred and thirty-second year. When I received the invitation, I scrolled down the list of pr ...

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وقتی اور سستی شہرت نہیں

نغمہ حبیب اس وقت ہزاروں لاکھوں پاکستانی دنیا کے دوسرے ملکوں میں مقیم ہیں اور اپنے اپنے میدان کار میں بہترین کام کرکے پاکستان کے لیے نام کما رہے ہیں۔ کئی ڈاکٹرز،انجینئرز،بزنس مین اور سائنسدان خود کو اپنی خداداد صلاحیتوں اور شبانہ روز محنتوں سے ان ملکوں کے بہترین پروفیشنل ثابت کرچکے ہیں بلکہ سیاست میں بھی سرگرم عمل ہیں اور یورپ کے کئی ممالک کی پار لیمنٹوں تک پہنچ چکے ہیں۔ ان محب وطن پاکستانیوں نے وہاں کئی فلا ...

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Refocus on Samjhota Express Incident

By Sajjad Shaukat n the midnight of 18-19 February 2007, India-Pakistan Samjhota Express train was bombed in which 68 Pakistani nationals were killed. A Hindu extremist Swami Aseemanand, a leader of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has confessed that he was involved in several bombings incidents. He also claimed to have been a part of the incident. In fact, ideology of Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) prevails ...

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