PAKISTAN

Silence on Rapes in Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Abdul Majid Zargar

In the backdrop of recent incident of gang-rape of a girl in Delhi, Mr. Wajahat Habibullah, Chairman National Minorities commission & former Chief information commissioner of India has admitted that there have been numerous & widespread allegations of rape against Indian Army in Kashmir which have largely remained un-investigated with the result that culprits have gone unpunished. But r

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Kuldip Nayar: Shun your utopian dream of United India

  0 comments   |     by Mohammad Zainal Abedin, NY, USA

Mr. Nayar if you are really serious to reunify India, I have a suggestion for you what will enable you to fulfil your dream. Would you agree to

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Our Terrorists

  0 comments   |     by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

Islamic fundamentalist militants are the enemies of Israel and Western governments, right? Think again. Once upon a

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Why I Killed Gandhi

  0 comments   |     by Nathuram Godse

Gandhiji Assassin: Nathuram Godse's Final Address to the Court. Nathuram Godse was arrested immediately after he assassinated Gandhiji, based on a F. I. R. filed by Nandlal Mehta at the Tughlak Road Police station at Delhi. The trial, which was held in camera, began on 27th May 1948 and concluded on 10th February 1949. He was sentenced to death. An appeal to the Punjab High Court, then in s

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Should India worry about the Dragon in Nepal?

  0 comments   |     by Vijaya Rajiva

Bharat has to contend with two major enemies – the Christian-imperialist-West axis; Jihadi terrorism; and an inimical entity, China, whose great power ambitions pose a threat to her security. All three forces are asuric, and are not listed in any special order of priority. As a Hindutva-Vadin, the present writer is concerned with all three, though this article is concerned with the menace

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Editorial LISA Journal Issue-24

  0 comments   |     by Lisa

Currently there are important geostrategic changes taking place in South Asia. After decades of mistrust and hostility, Russia and Pakistan are now seeing the enormous strategic benefits of a bilateral relationship. In this fast-changing and evolving international scenario, Russian interests in Pakistan are beginning to unfold. Though President Putin could not visit Pakistan in early Octob

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Indian Author Wins Prestigious International Book Award

  0 comments   |     by Lisa

Noted Indian freelance journalist and human rights activist Oliver D’Souza has won the prestigious London Institute Of South Asia (LISA) Book Of The Year Award for 2011-12 for his book ‘Truth About Dalits’. LISA BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2011-12

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“Bring ’em on!” – US tells Pakistan

  0 comments   |     by MK Bhadrakumar

Is the United States starting a low-intensity war against Pakistan? The signs look ominous. The relentless drone attacks through the recent months are destabilizing Pakistan’s tribal areas, especially the areas adjacent to the border with Afghanistan. The US’ excuse is that the drones are hunting down the militants belonging to the so-called Haqqani group. But they are causing a lot

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Islamabad firm on Iranian gas

  0 comments   |     by Syed Fazl-e-Haider

KARACHI - The possible entry of Russia into the proposed Iran-Pakistan (IP) project has raised concerns in Washington, which is strongly opposed to gas imports from Iran. Russia is ready to finance and build not only the IP pipeline but also the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline under a government-to-government deal reached between Islamabad and Moscow last month. US A

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