Daring Confession of Indian Spy Surjeet Singh

Zaheerul Hassan An Indian Spy Surjeet Singh, after spending more than thirty years in Pakistani jails, was released from Kot Lakhpat jail on 28th June 2012 and handed over to Indian authorities at Wagah Border. Surjeet Singh, soon after his release confessed that he spied for Indian Army and Intelligence. During investigation, he also revealed the modus of operandi of Indian intelligence agency of attractin ...

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Drone Attacks Damage the US Interests

    By Sajjad Shaukat At this sensitive moment, when Pak-US diplomats were negotiating a complex issue of restoring the NATO supply routes across Pakistan to Afghanistan in wake of the heightening political noise inside the country, US accelerated CIA-operated drone attacks, killing more than 50 people in [caption id="attachment_1858" align="alignright" width="253"] drone attack[/caption] North Waziristan. ...

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Leon Panetta Lacks Statesmanship

   By Sajjad Shaukat A renowned political thinker Morgenthau opines that foreign policy of a country should be moulded in accordance with the circumstances of time and place. But it is most surprising that while serving at a key post of the sole superpower, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has always reflected confused policy, shown through his illogical and contradictory statements. [caption id="attachmen ...

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Obstacles in Pak-US Agreement

  By Sajjad Shaukat In the last few weeks, conflicting are coming about the success of Pak-US negotiations in order to reach an agreement in connection with the reengagement of Pakistan with America as last year, Pakistan closed ground supply routes through its territory to Afghanistan to protest a cross-border NATO air attack that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers. [caption id="attachment_1751" align="alignrigh ...

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US Drones, the Empty Aerial Assault

Judy Bachrach Sherry Rehman, the Pakistani ambassador to the United States, wants the US to (a) apologize for a NATO attack on Salala and (b) halt drone attacks on her native soil, neither of which demands—let’s face it, Sherry—is going to happen anytime soon. Always a bad idea to apologize to governments and security agencies run by certain officials who want you dead, and besides, the really tall bearded ...

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ISI chief puts off Washington visit over doctor’s treason conviction

By Richard Leiby Pakistan’s new intelligence chief has postponed his first visit to Washington amid harsh U.S. criticism of the 33-year prison sentence imposed on Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani doctor convicted of treason for aiding the CIA’s hunt for Osama bin Laden. Lt. Gen. Zaheer ul-Islam, appointed in March to head the powerful Inter-Services Intelligence agency, was set to meet this week with his U.S. c ...

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The Arab Spring in Doldrums

By Saeed Qureshi The Arab Spring has gone into a mode of hibernation for the present. The advance of the much promising Arab Spring has been halted in Bahrain by [caption id="attachment_1255" align="alignright" width="236" caption="Middle East Issue need to be settled as per Palestinian Masses"][/caption] Saudi Arabia and in Syria by Iran. Paradoxically in Bahrain it is the Sunni minority that is ruling and ...

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Sole hyper power

By Asif Haroon Raja Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglous Feith, Richard Perle, Dick Cheney [caption id="attachment_1251" align="alignright" width="285" caption="Flags involved in fighting war against terror"][/caption] backed by neo-cons media propagandists such as William Kristol and Max Boot were the ones who masterminded a plan to undermine Islam and incapacitate practicing Muslims, dubbed as fundam ...

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