PAKISTAN

Why Junagadh is Part of Pakistan’s new political map

  0 comments   |     by Dr Iqtidar Cheema

The federal cabinet of Pakistan has approved and released the new political map of Pakistan on August 4 which includes territories of Jammu and Kashmir and a part of Ladakh. The map also claims Junagadh, Manavadar and Sir Creek in Indian Gujarat as part of Pakistan. While many Pakistanis know about Indian occupie

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Modi’s India has lost Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Nayeema Ahmad Mahjoor

While ending the special status of Jammu and Kashmir last year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had assured people that the time had now come when gold would grow instead of grass, milk canals would flow in exchange for water in the rivers and springs and the skies would sight flight of Kashmiris not the birds. Article 370 of the Constitution of India, tha

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Indian diplomat lands in Dhaka to salvage ties

  0 comments   |     by Md. Kamruzzaman

DHAKA, Bangladesh Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla on Tuesday reached Bangladesh on a two-day visit. The visit is being seen as a last-ditch effort by New Delhi to consolidate its regional position amid growing influence of China. India and Bangladesh have traditionally been strong allies, with a c

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No peace until Kashmiris' rights are fulfilled

  0 comments   |     by Islamuddin Sajid

India's actions in Kashmir nothing less than a holocaust, says speaker in webinar on conflict in disputed region Peace that is not based on the principle that governments derive all their just power from the governed can never – and should never – last, speakers said at a webinar on the Kashmir issue on Friday.

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The Neverending Holocausts of the Neoliberal Order

  0 comments   |     by Kim Petersen

Biochemist, writer, humanitarian activist, and artist, Gideon Polya has had a selection of his essays gathered into a compendium titled US-Imposed Post-9/11 Muslim Holocaust & Muslim Genocide (Korsgaard Publishing, 2020). The compendium is important because it brings to

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Pakistan and Afghan Peace

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A major milestone was reached on February 29, 2020, when the Taliban and the US completed an agreement that was the first step towards a larger intra-Afghan peace deal. Some of the crucial requirements of this deal included a US pledge to slowly remove all troops (US or foreign) from Afghanistan, a Taliban commitment to stop terr

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Terrorists in Afghanistan

  0 comments   |     by A Report

Pakistani soldiers at the Afghan border. Pakistan has long hoped for an end to the violence in Afghanistan and the eventual withdrawal of American forces. A NEW report recently prepared for the UN Security Council confirms what Pakistan has been saying for years: that ungoverned spaces in Afghanistan are being used

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Pakistan-Iran Space Cooperation?

  0 comments   |     by Fraz Naqvi

It's unlikely that China would collaborate with Pakistan in the weaponization of space to counterbalance Indo-Israeli Nexus, Pakistan needs to have collaboration with Iran for strategic reasons. Although the Space Agreement between China and Pakistan has already been signed in 2019 yet the nature of that agreement

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What Is the United States Plotting in Kashmir and Balochistan? The Destabilization of Pakistan?

  0 comments   |     by Germán Gorraiz López

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (OCS), founded in 2001 by the Shanghai Five (China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan) and to which Uzbekistan, India and Pakistan were later added would be the ALBA and Iran countries. Hard core of resistance to world hegemony of the United States and Great Britain, so the avowed objective of the United States woul

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Bangladesh Tilting Towards China, Pakistan: Report

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NEW DELHI – A prominent newspaper of Bangladesh has reported that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina did not meet India’s high commissioner despite repeated requests for a meeting in the last four months, one of several signs of strained relations with New Delhi and a shift for closer ties with Pakistan and China.

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