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Indian diaspora’s scams and frauds

The financial and visa frauds/cheating schemes planned and implemented by Indian diaspora have been exposed in a report, which states Indians have attained mastery to exploit loopholes in the policies. In collaboration with RAW, some of them indulge in activities detrimental to destination countries. Stewart Bell, a Canadian investigative journalist, …

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Global stamping of Indian religious bigotry

SIKANDAR NOORANI Shocking disclosures about India’s state sponsored religious bigotry in recently released annual report of USCIRF have shocked the world. Commission has recommended US to blacklist India for mercilessly crushing the fundamental rights of the Muslims and rest of the minorities. Discrimination and religious hatred has got a more …

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Doctrine, policy, and strategy: Covid-19 and lessons in business policy formulation

Dr Asif Maqsood Butt Over 3,000,000 cases and the number still grows. Over 200,000 deaths and the number still grows. Over 1,000 daily losses and the number still grows. 1 in 5 businesses at the risk of collapse and big names such as Debenhams, Laura Ashley, Carluccio’s, Flybe, Virgin Australia …

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PM Initiatives to Collect Donations For Ehsaas Programme

RAJA JAVED ALI BHATTI PM Imran Khan’s initiatives to deal with COVID-19 are being appreciated across the globe. Even countries like US with much better health care system are seeking Pakistan’s guidance in providing essential goods to the poor. Due to compassion of PM Imran Khan and trust of people, …

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NAB further exposes corruption-tainted PML-N supremo

Quite a few PML-N leaders are in the dock for corruption, amassing wealth beyond their means and plundering national resources; yet NAB has exposed another corruption-related fiasco in which so-called civilian supremacy ruler has been caught red-handed on bribing specific newspaper owners and journalists. This media group instead of making …

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Far Right Mind-set Obstructs Anti COVID-19 International Cooperation

Iqbal Khan The Guardian has reported that the US stayed away as world leaders agreed to take collective action on development and distribution of Covid-19 vaccine. Video meeting is seen as global endorsement of World Health Organization (WHO) and sign of Trump’s isolation on world stage. “Global leaders have pledged …

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In defence of Maulana Tariq Jamil

Renowned Islamic scholar Maulana Tariq Jamil was forced to apologise for highlighting a mere fact that media throughout the world spreads false/fake news, which is so unfortunate. This was bias of the highest degree when an opportunist anchorperson asked Maulana Tariq Jamil to apologise for speaking simply the truth. Every …

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USCIRF demands to blacklist India

Nazia Nazar In an annual report published on Tuesday, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) said India should join the ranks of ‘countries of particular concern’ that would be subject to sanctions if they do not improve their records. The bipartisan panel recommends but does not set policy, …

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India jumps to third position in military spending

According to data released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) yesterday, total global military expenditure rose to $1917 billion in 2019, which represents an increase of 3.6 per cent from 2018 and the largest annual growth in spending since 2010. The five largest spenders in 2019, which accounted …

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India’s new low of stooping to denigrate Pakistan

Indian leadership has stooped so low as to get published fake stories or grossly exaggerate trivial matters of treatment to minorities to denigrate Pakistan. The twin objective is to malign Pak army and to deter Pakistan from projecting Muslims’ plight in India internationally, especially in the Arab World. India is …

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