TERRORISM

Kashmir: An Impasse In Collective Conscience in kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Suraj Kumar Thube on 28, July 2016

One more uprising in the Kashmir valley, one more scenario where people suddenly realize the gravity of the issue is here. The political ferment is ubiquitous, the ham handed approach of the State is self evident and the multiple local stakeholders have found themselves in a state of profound chaos and bewilderment. The lack of a genuine platform for a robust, feasible discussion and debate is

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Kashmir: An Impasse In Collective Conscience in kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Suraj Kumar Thube on 28, July 2016

One more uprising in the Kashmir valley, one more scenario where people suddenly realize the gravity of the issue is here. The political ferment is ubiquitous, the ham handed approach of the State is self evident and the multiple local stakeholders have found themselves in a state of profound chaos and bewilderment. The lack of a genuine platform for a robust, feasible discussion and debate is

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India Maoist rebels kill 10 soldiers in Bihar The Maoist insurgency

  0 comments   |     by INS on 19, July 2016

India Maoist rebels kill 10 paramilitary soldiers in Bihar - The Maoist insurgency has been described as India's biggest security threat. Ten soldiers have been killed in a clash between security forces and Maoist rebels in India's eastern Bihar state, police say. At least five other soldiers were injured in the battle in Aurangabad district late on Monday. Maoist rebels have ca

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Friends And Foes

  0 comments   |     by EDITOR THE NATION on 16, July 2016

Friends And Foes The proceedings of a hearing in the US Congress titled ‘Pakistan: friend or foe’ has drawn a clear line as to where the US Congress stands in reference to Pakistan. Never has an ally lambasted another so vociferously, as the US Congress did to Pakistan in this hearing. The allegations were startling and at certain point

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Malegaon blast, Sadhvi Pragya and the politics of investigation

  0 comments   |     by Sanjay Singh on 12, July 2016

Eight years after she was arrested in the Malegaon blast case, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur is set to walk out of jail. The fact that she wore saffron robes and other accused persons in the case had links with radical Hindu outfits, gave coinage to the controversial term "saffron" or "Hindu" terror. Her arrest in 2008 and the filing of the first chargesheet by the Anti-Terror Squad (ATS)

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OIC, China supporting Pakistan's stance on drone strikes: Lodhi?

  0 comments   |     by Dawn Report on 07, July 2016

OIC, China supporting Pakistan's stance on drone strikes: Lodhi‏ A Dawn Report NEW YORK: Pakistan's Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi on Sunday said the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) and China are supporting Pakistan

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Terrorism Gains Foothold In Bangladesh: What’s The Way Out?

  0 comments   |     by Taj Hashmi on 04, July 2016

Terrorism Gains Foothold In Bangladesh: What’s The Way Out? Taj Hashmi &mda

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Who Killed Karkare? The Real Face Of Terrorism In India

  0 comments   |     by SM Mushrif on 04, July 2016

A new book curiously titled Who Killed Karkare? says a nationwide network of Hindutva terror that has its tentacles spread up to Nepal and Israel is out to destroy the India most Indians have known for ages and to remould it into some kind of Afghanistan under the Taliban. The writer, a former IG Police of Maharashtra, SM Mushrif, has reconstructed a fearsome picture out of former Mahar

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Bangladesh’s Terrorism Problem-Bangladeshi government realise

  0 comments   |     by The Nation on 03, July 2016

Bangladesh’s Terrorism Problem The Nation The Dhaka café attack must make the Bangladeshi government realise a fact that it had been trying not to admit; that country has a terrorism problem – and a serious one. Bangladeshi intellectuals, secular writers, LGBT community members, a

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32 Session UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

  0 comments   |     by Dr Awatar Singh Sekhon on 24, June 2016

Dr Awatar Singh Sekhon presented and documented ITEM 4 at a general debate at UN Human Rights Council 32nd Session United Nations Human Rights Council Centre for Human Rights and Peace Advocacy ITEM 4 General Debate Presenter: Awatar Singh Sekhon Mr President I am speaking on behalf of my organization to inform y

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