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Asian Water Crises in the Shadow of Nuclear War

  0 comments   |     by Tayyab Baloch

The Indian government’s declaration to scrap the Indus Water Treaty (IWT) of 1960 unilaterally shocked Pakistan as it failed to build dams on rivers at the lower riparian.  This unexpected Indian action came after the Uri attack on Indian soldiers in Kashmir. In fact, Modi’s government in New Delhi is taking every step to isolate and terrorize Pakista

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Now India Is At War With Itself

  0 comments   |     by Nayantara Sahgal

Today we are in a state of civil war. The most unwinnable wars in history have been the combination of civil and religious war and this is the twin ammunition in use in India today.  The futility, absurdity and inanity of religious war should by now be a long-established fact since God is one whom we worship in different ways, and in no time past, present or

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India wages war on its own people

  0 comments   |     by Coordination of Democratic Rights Organisation

Press Statement by Coordination of Democratic Rights Organisation (CDRO) The new wave Of State Terror being unleashed On the People of Chhattisgarh Reports from Nendra and Pedda Jojer in Bijapur and Kunna in Sukma reveal a new and brutal wave of systematic violence being carried out by security forces in

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Khalistan 2020

  0 comments   |     by Waqar K Kauravi

The second night of 2016 witnessed a strange sequence of events around Pathankot in Indian Punjab. Reportedly an official SUV belonging to the SP of Pathankot was hijacked by terrorists, who managed to throw out the SP and head towards the air force base of Pathankot, one of the most strongly guarded airbases in India. The hijackers easily pe

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Indian opposition stages giant joint rally to oust Modi

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Leaders of India's main opposition parties join their hands together during "United India" rally ahead of the general election, in Kolkata, India, January 19, 2019. PHOTO: REUTERS KOLKATA: India’s main opposition parties joined forces against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday at a rally which attracted hundreds of thousands of people mont

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IN Congress seeking PK support to overthrow Modi govt: DM

  0 comments   |     by LISA Admin

Congress leaders are playing dirty politics by seeking help from Pakistan, says Sitharaman. PHOTO: FILE India’s defence minister has accused the country’s main opposition party, the Indian National Congress, of seeking Pakistan’s help in a bid to overthrow Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, Times of India reported on Saturday. &ldq

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Failure of India’s Anti-Maoist Wars

  0 comments   |     by Sajjad Shaukat

Although under the mask of democracy and secularism, Indian subsequent regimes dominated by politicians from the Hindi heartland—Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) have been using brutal force ruthlessly in suppressing the wars of liberation in more than six states, yet failure of India’s anti-Maoist war needs special attention. In this regard, Indian Home

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Fighting Phantoms in India

  0 comments   |     by Aijaz Zaka Syed

When I first heard of Salman Rushdie I was at university. The Satanic Verses had set off a perfect storm in India and around the world. The book was banned in India following fiery protests by Muslims. Many died in Mumbai when police opened fire on angry protesters. Then came Ayatollah Khomeini’s fatwa sanctioning the novelist’s death, sparking a global de

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Can we solve Siachen without solving the J&K dispute?

  0 comments   |     by Shivam Vij

Myra MacDonald is a London-based journalist with Reuters and a long-time observer of South Asia. She tracks the turning points in Pakistan politics at the Pakistan: Now or Never. MacDonald is best known for her book on the Siachen conflict, Heights of Madness: One Woman’s Journey in Pursuit of a Secret War. Published in 2007, the research for the book took her t

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Should India worry about the Dragon in Nepal?

  0 comments   |     by Vijaya Rajiva

The author is trying to promote his own misguided agenda. He fails to tell us why Delhi provided shelter and conducted secret meetings with the Maoist leaders Prachanda and Baburam during the Maoist insurgency. Why did India sell rifles and machine guns to the Maoists? Without Indian support, these Maoists would never have succeeded against the Nepal army. Then after

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