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Modi-led Anti-Muslim Chauvinism Takes Dangerous Turn

Sajjad Shaukat Without bothering for the reaction of the international community, Indian extremist Prime Minister Narendra Modi-the leader of the ruling party BJP has continued anti-Muslim Chauvinism in India by leading Hindu terrorism against the religious minorities especially Muslims. In the recent past, while addressing the Nation and the Indian …

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India’s Military Modernization: A Risk to Strategic Equilibrium

Hassan Tahir In a bid to ascend the world stage, India is swiftly modernizing her military and upgrading the defense inventory. The recent induction of “Rafale”, French origin fighter in the Indian Air Force (IAF) and plans of acquiring the Russian S-400 air defense system are notable developments which indicates …

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Revisiting meaning of Freedom

Reema Shaukat As the month of August approaches, the zest and enthusiasm of every Pakistani gets more jubilant and ecstatic. And why one should not be overjoyed as it’s the month of Independence, when Pakistan appeared on the map of the world as a new Muslim state. One shows respect …

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Anti Pakistan Indian agenda?

Shaheen Akhtar In 1944, Quaid-e-Azam Muh ammad Ali Jinnah while addressing the students of Muslim Aligarh University, said that Pakistan came into existence the moment the first Hindu embraced Islam, as Muslim nationhood lies in the ‘Kalima’ (there is no God but One) and not on the basis of region …

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Bleeding Kashmir and ISPR Song

Hassan Danial Dar CGSS Ambassador (Islamabad), Center for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS), Islamabad Kashmir and Lockdown Kashmir is considered as the jugular vein of Pakistan. Citizens of Pakistan faced a big blow when the neighboring state of India revoked Article 370 and 35A. RSS war mongering ideology of current …

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Rejoinder to Praveen Swami

RAJA JAVED ALI BHATTI Praveen Swami in his apparently innocent and well-meaning article titled ‘The Time might have come for India and Pakistan to talk’ has made designed distortions in the recent past history of the two archrivals. Messages have been conveyed in a subtle way under the guise of …

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Modi’s policies internationalized Kashmir issue

On the first anniversary of India’s unilateral move to scrap the semi-autonomous status of Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan’s prime minister Imran Khan while addressing the legislative assembly of Azad Kashmir on Wednesday, said: “Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a miscalculated decision on August 5 last year, which resulted in …

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Worldwide Anti-India Protests, Kashmir Under Siege

Sajjad Shaukat August 5 is the blackest day of Indian so-called democracy when its Parliament, like thieves, snatched away legitimate rights from the people of the state of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) and revoked articles 35A and 370 of the Constitution, which gave a special status to the disputed territory …

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Pakistan A Victim Of Terrorism

Maleeha Javed Bhatti According to a recently released UN report on the activities of the terrorist groups, the Tehrik e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and its splinter group Jamaatul Ahrar (JuA) are spreading terrorism in Pakistan from their bases in Afghanistan and Afghan soil being used for terrorist activities in Pakistan. …

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