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Governor Rule in IOK

Abdullah Mustafvi Termination of BJP’s alliance with PDP finally ended up the coalition government in occupied Kashmir and prompt imposition of governor rule by New Dehli sufficiently exposed the real worth of artificial democracy being projected by India since long . Governor Rule is a clear indicator of further rise …

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UN report on Kashmir: A ray of hope

Reema Shaukat Finally a report containing 40 pages by an apparently toothless organization UNO comes up to challenge India for its decade old brutalities in Kashmir. India which is again gearing up to start callous actions in Occupied Kashmir, as the holy month of Ramadan for Muslims is over. But …

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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in Afghanistan?

Mohammad Jamil In June 2014, ISIS (Da’esh) fighters rode unopposed into Saddam Hussein’s birthplace of Tikrit, after the Islamic State announced the establishment of a caliphate stretching from Aleppo in Syria to the province of Diyala in Iraq. Pro-Iraq government forces took a while to push the ISIS fighters from …

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Mainstreaming Estranged Baloch Leaders

Shabbir Suleman Sacrifices by the likes of Colonel Sohail Abid Shaheed are paying dividends as Balochistan is returning to normalcy at a rapid pace. The courage and the bravery with which the FC Balochistan thwarted recent suicide attack on the FC facilitation center speaks volumes about spirit of the defenders …

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Disparagement campaign against Pakistan

Reema Shaukat It is now pertinent hint that India has never accepted Pakistan since its inception and time and again certain roguish activities and blame game against Pakistan make captions. Indian intelligence agency R&AW is always trying to exploit every sinister trick and tactics to poke its nose in internal …

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India Needs Some Introspection

Afia Ambreen Ironically, once again a ‘Pakistani’ pigeon was taken into custody by Indian forces. The white was discovered binding locals. On the other hand Indian media left no stone unearthed to malign Pakistan, its intelligence agencies and armed forces. Of late, India Today aired a programme titled “India First”, …

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Mainstreaming estranged Baloch Leaders

Mohammad Jamil Since Dr. Jumma Khan Marri distanced himself from Baloch separatists in February, he is trying to convince the dissidents to lay down the arms and work for peace and development of Balochistan. Last month, he said: “Our enemies are trying to lure Pashtuns as they did with Baloch …

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Modi speaks against CPEC

Abdullah Mustafvi What Modi said about CPEC or OBOR during Shanghai conference is enough to decipher the Indian intent about regional issues. As per Indian premier CPEC is a threat for Indian integrity . Obviously, this pinch is double edged ; one , the project offers economic stability opportunity to …

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