Kashmir-Rights

Culture of Reneging, Our Suffering

  0 comments   |     by Z. G. Muhammad on 03, May 2016

Our hearts bleed. There is hardly a day when our hearts do not bleed- bleed agonizingly.  Pictures of our martyred children in a pool of blood with their rubicund faces blown to smithereens or of school going boys with faces and chests pierced with hundreds of pellets and blinded for life on a daily basis add to our wounds. More than often we are told that time heals all wounds. So far, th

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Mehbooba and the BJP

  0 comments   |     by M. Saeed Khalid on 02, May 2016

The ruthless use of power can prolong armed occupation but it cannot win the hearts and minds of the people. This is the lesson to be drawn from the lukewarm response of the Kashmiris to India’s latest show of democracy in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The Kashmiris neither trust nor participate in elections held under Indian military occupation. They have rejected the g

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Pakistan takes up issue of RAW's activities with India

  0 comments   |     by APP on 28, April 2016

Pakistan takes up issue of RAW's activities with India. FO By APP The Foreign Secretary who met his Indian counterpart S. Jaishankar in New Delhi on the sidelines of Heart of Asia meeting said such acts undermined efforts to normalize relations between the two countries. Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhry also expressed concern over the environment being created in India for the release of the pr

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The killing fields of Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Aijaz Zaka Syed on 16, April 2016

The killing fields of Kashmir By Aijaz Zaka Syed Dubai eye The writer is a Middle East based columnist. Kashmir is on the boil again. What happened in Handwara on Tuesday was hardly unusual. Three people were gunned down – two boys and an old woman – because the security forces decided to defend themselves against unarmed civilians, who were protesting against the alleged molestatio

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Forgetting Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by By Editor on 15, April 2016

The Pakistani Ambassador to the US very intelligently announced to the world, that a settlement of the Kashmir dispute would inevitably lead to decreased militancy in the region. This might be the only way to draw Western attention to the Kashmir issue, which it has turned a blind eye to since the independence of both India and Pakistan in 1947. While tracing the history of extremi

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MODI FAILS TO LIVE UP TO HIGH HOPES

  0 comments   |     by Arun R Swamy on 11, February 2016

Modi Fails to Live Up to High Hopes By Arun R. Swamy Modi’s brand of personal diplomacy was one of the staples of his first year in office. Through high profile trips abroad and ambitious proposals at home Modi maintained an air of energy and initiative, but the results were modest. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the British Parliament in November

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False Flag’ Operations

  0 comments   |     by Ikram Sehgal on 10, February 2016

False Flag’ Operations By Ikram Sehgal Pathankot was a cold-blooded effort by vested and motivated interest to derail the start of the comprehensive “dialogue” between India and Pakistan, and in that they have succeeded, at least temporarily. The moot point is, was it contrived by “State” actors and/or “non-State”actors, or a mix and match

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Where Angels Fear to Tread!

  0 comments   |     by Ikram Sehgal on 18, January 2016

Where Angels Fear to Tread! Ikram Sehgal Pakistan can play an effective part in countering the sectarian and political regional discord that is now raising its ugly head in the backdrop of tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia.  Suffering from radicalization and terrorism in varying degrees, internally as well as externally, the last thing the Musli

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Pakistan: Challenges Facing the Counter-terror Drive

  0 comments   |     by Imtiaz Gul on 13, January 2016

Pakistan: Challenges Facing the Counter-terror Drive Imtiaz Gul For operations in Waziristan and Karachi, Pakistan’s military provided the muscle the government needed to cow down terrorists masquerading as religious crusaders. But what about the country’s capital, Islamabad, where the civilian administration is still struggling with the remnants of the Lal Masjid?

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INDIAN AIR FORCE BASE ATTACKED

  0 comments   |     by Indian News on 02, January 2016

INDIAN AIR FORCE BASE ATTACKED 02January 2016 NEW DELHI: Home minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said India will not tolerate any terror attack and will give a "befitting response". His comment came after four terrorists were killed in an attack on the Panthankot air force base in Punjab early Saturday. Singh said the nation wants good and friendly relations with every coun

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