TERRORISM

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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The New Great Game - Implementation of the trade-Munir Akram

  0 comments   |     by Munir Akram on 12, June 2016

THE recent India-Iran-Afghanistan agreement to develop a trade route from Chabahar to Central Asia has been portrayed by Indian commentators as having changed the historical ‘Great Game’ for control of the connection between South and Central Asia through Afghanistan. It has been claimed that the agreement will end India’s ‘isolation’ from Central Asia and Pakistan

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U.S. says Mullah Mansour was planning attacks on Americans

  0 comments   |     by REUTERS on 24, May 2016

U.S. says Mullah Mansour was planning attacks on Americans By REUTERS May 24, 2016 PESHAWAR/WASHINGTON: U.S. President Barack Obama approved the drone strike that killed Mullah Akhtar Mansour because the Taliban leader was overseeing plans for new attacks on American targets in Kabul, the Afghan capital, and U.S. officials said on Monday. While the Taliban have yet to confirm the death of their

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Afghan Taliban chief Mansour killed in air strike: US

  0 comments   |     by A Iqbal on 23, May 2016

Afghan Taliban chief Mansour killed in air strike: US Anwar Iqbal — WASHINGTON: A US air strike has killed Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a remote area along the Pak-Afghan border, the Pentagon announced late on Saturday night. “Today, the US Depart¬ment of Defence conducted a precision air strike, targeting Mullah Mansour in a remote area in the Pakistan-Afghan

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Masters of Mankind: The cost of Violence by Noam Chomsky

  0 comments   |     by Noam Chomsky on 23, May 2016

[This piece, the second of two parts, is excerpted from Noam Chomsky’s new book, Who Rules the World? (Metropolitan Books).] In brief, the Global War on Terror sledgehammer strategy has spread jihadi terror from a t

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Afghan Taliban chief Mansour killed in air strike: US

  0 comments   |     by A Iqbal on 23, May 2016

Afghan Taliban chief Mansour killed in air strike: US Anwar Iqbal — WASHINGTON: A US air strike has killed Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a remote area along the Pak-Afghan border, the Pentagon announced late on Saturday night. “Today, the US Depart¬ment of Defence conducted a precision air strike, targeting Mullah Mansour in a remote area in the Pakistan-Afghan

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The Afghan peace process

  0 comments   |     by Ayaz Wazir on 14, May 2016

The Afghan peace process By The tragic incident in Kabul on April 19, in which 64 persons lost their lives and 347 were wounded, not only derailed the process of reconciliation that the Quadrilateral Contact Group (QCG) had initiated with optimism but also put an end to Pakistan’s peace efforts after President Ashraf Ghani blamed Pakistan for not doing much to battle terrorism. Kabul, he

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