Human Rights in South Asia

Who tried to assassinate Imran Khan? And why?

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THE SPECTATOR Who tried to assassinate Imran Khan? And why? Francis Pike  writing in The Spectator 4 November 2022, 9:55am "But he is a national icon. A cricketer turned politician, loved as a hero who brought the World Cup home in 1992, revered as a

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October 27th: The Tyranny continues in Kashmir

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October 27th: The Tyranny continues in Kashmir    Washington, DC. October 27, 2022    Raising the slogans of Azadi, a large number of Kashmiri Americans and their supporters and friends staged a demonstration in front of the Indian embassy in Washington, DC at which Barrister Sultan Mahmood Choudhary, President Azad

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America’s Apocalypse

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America’s Whoops Apocalypse Is Just Not Cricket Declan Hayes Writing in Strategic culture   Whereas football and boxing are washing criminals whiter than white, cricket, if Pakistan’s Imran Khan is our metric, is not stepping up to NATO’s plate. From a spor

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Judiciary in Pakistan

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Contempt: Damocles’ Sword Saad Rasool Pakistan judiciary ranks very low in the world ranking. Pakistan EX Chief Justice himself admits of widespread corruption in courts, nothing has improved since. The justices of the higher courts pass too many sensational remarks during the hearing some o

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Why We Need an Alternative Paradigm for Checking Climate Change

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Why We Need an Alternative Paradigm for Checking Climate Change Bharat Dogra &

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India’s unilateralism has never been accepted by the United N

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India’s unilateralism has never been accepted by the United Nations    Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai    September 12, 2022    The dispute over Jammu & Kashmir is not insoluble through peaceful procedures. It appears to be so only because the obduracy of one of the parties – India – is encourag

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CONTEMPT: DEMOCLES' SWORD

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Contempt: Damocles’ Sword Saad Rasool wrote in  The Nation September 11, 2022 Pakistan judiciary ranks very low in the world ranking. Pakistan EX Chief Justice himself admits of widespread corruption in courts, nothing has improved since. The justices of the higher courts pass t

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Shireen Mazari writes to UN over 'misuse of blasphemy laws' against Imran

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Shireen Mazari writes to UN over 'misuse of blasphemy laws' against Imran Javed Hussain Published May 4, 2022 - Updated 19 minutes ago   Shireen Mazari

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India keeps going after journalists like me. As Modi visits the U.S., it’s time to hold him accountable

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On Sept. 7, a right-wing organization called the Hindu IT Cell filed a complaint against me with the police in Uttar Pradesh accusing me of misappropriating funds and tax evasion. The police promptly opened an investigation and booked me, just like I was booked in June on charges of creating communal disharmony, all

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Taliban issues Joe Biden ultimatum over Afghan airspace

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The group's chief spokesman accused Washington of violating a peace deal that was signed between the USA and the Taliban in Doha, Qatar in February 2020. In his warning, Mr Mujahid said: "We call on countries, especially the United States, to treat Afghanistan in light of international rights, laws and commitments... in order to prevent any negative consequences

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