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Indian Republic Day Celebrations

  0 comments   |     by - on 31, January 2012

Srinagar, MTT News Desk: Complete strike was observed in Jammu & Kashmir as Kashmiris on both sides of the Cease Fire Line (CFL) and across the world marked India’s Republic Day as Black Day.

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Antagonizing Pakistan And Russia, US-NATO Supply Routes into Afghanistan in Jeopardy?

  0 comments   |     by Usman on 31, January 2012

Transitory friendships: US vulnerable over Afghan supply -“There are processes which are critically important for Russia – which are about Russia’s national security. One of them is NATO expansion to Russian borders and the fact that Was

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New CIA Drone Bases in Afghanistan and Central Asia

  0 comments   |     by Sikandar Shaheen on 31, January 2012

-Including the covert base in Khost, the US has seven operational military bases located in Kandahar, Herat, Parwan, Helmand and Nimroz provinces. With the exception of the Khost ba

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War or Peace on The Indus?

  0 comments   |     by John Briscoe on 31, January 2012

Anyone foolish enough to write on war or pe

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The Unmarked Graves Of Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Sheikh Saaliq on 31, January 2012

“For years, people whispered about the thousands of disappeared young men in Kashmir . But only now are the bones finally speaking”­___ Basharat Peer. T hey say the dead will speak, but when that remains a mystery. Not in this case. Yelling their un-heard voicesbeneath, they are crying their heart out from years. Screaming for their identity to be revealed,

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Killing, Denial And Manipulation

  0 comments   |     by Gladson Dungdung on 31, January 2012

30 year-old Mangri Honhanga alo

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Rethinking Social Justice

  0 comments   |     by Yogendra Yadav on 31, January 2012

Policies and politics of social justice have reached a dead end in contemporary India. This does not, however, mean a futile or wasted journey. India’s bold experiment with politics of social representation and policies of affirmative action in the twentieth century is among the largest and more successful examples of social engineering across the globe. The system of reservations for Sch

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Insurgent Movements in India -Kashmir Moves Centre Stage

  0 comments   |     by Usman Khalid on 22, June 2011

India has been a home to many insurgent movements ever since it came into being in 1947. It is because India is not one nation; it is many nations too numerous to count. India was united under imperial rule – first in Asoka’s Buddhist Empire, then in Muslim Empires

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The Failure of the Western Way of War

  0 comments   |     by Andrew J. Bacevich on 22, June 2011

“In watching the flow of events over the past decade or so, it is hard to avoid the feeling that something very fundamental has happened in world history.” This sentiment, introducing the essay that made Francis Fukuyama a household name, commands renewed attention today, albeit from a diff

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Instability in South Asia due to insurgent movements: causes and remedies

  0 comments   |     by Professor Gurtej Singh on 22, June 2011

Insurgency is widespread in the entire region. From Burma to Afghanistan and from Kashmir to Sri Lanka, nations are either still locked in bloody conflicts or are poised for one or have just come out of it. Potential cold-war situation has existed between India and Pakistan, despite simulated expressio

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