PAKISTAN

Sikh diaspora group plans unofficial vote in 2020 as..

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Sikh diaspora group plans unofficial vote in 2020 as first step towards Punjab independence Sikhs for Justice says poll to be organized in Punjab and 20 countries abroad to press UN, India for legally binding referendum · India rejects demand, says Pakistan supports pro-independence movement..

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World Bank to finance Khyber Pass Economic Corridor...

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World Bank to finance Khyber Pass Economic Corridor Project with a loan of $406.6 Million The World Bank will provide $406.6 million for the Khyber Pass Economic Corridor (KPEC) project which will promote economic development and uplift areas adjoining the expressway and falling in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). An agreeme

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Blood and Soil in Narendra Modi’s India

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The Prime Minister’s Hindu-nationalist government has cast two hundred million Muslims as internal enemies.   Prime Minister Narendra Modi presents himself as an ascetic economic visionary. He is also a hero of anti-Muslim bigots.

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The new war

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The hybrid threat to Pakistan is three dimensional: economic, societal and political. Pakistan’s enemies are throwing dollars to exploit our internal fissures. Our enemies are throwing dollars to pitch powers within Pakistan against each other. Yes, critical institutions are under attack in order to weaken the state. There’s no blood on our streets becau

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WHAT IS WRONG WITH PAKISTAN'S JUDICIARY?

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WHAT IS WRONG WITH PAKISTAN'S JUDICIARY? by IKRAM SEHGAL and DR BETTINA ROBOTKA During the last couple of years Pakistani judges and lawyers have increasingly drawn the attention of the public to their profession and conduct. Starting from the early days of Pakistan’s existence at a time when the state of P

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Daesh Is Curiously Pursuing the Same Strategic Goal as IND in AFG

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The world’s most notorious terrorist group claimed credit for a suicide bombing in Pakistan that killed the Taliban leader’s younger brother and threatened to derail the organization’s peace talks with the US, which curiously aligns with the same strategic goal being pursued by India in Afghanistan.

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Regressive and Discriminatory. India's Nationality Bill

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"complete violation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international covenants on elimination of all forms of discrimination based on religion or belief".   Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on

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India’s end game in Kashmir could blow up

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More than a month after India ended the special status for the state of Jammu and Kashmir; it is preparing to restore a high degree of normality by mid-October. This means that the curbs on people’s communication and movement in force since August 5 are likely to con

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A Dark Dawn

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Kashmir – nature’s handmaiden – lies ravished by the BJP. India’s Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah has revoked, with the stroke of a presidential pen, the special status of Jammu & Kashmir guaranteed under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. He has relegated them to the dustbin that contains the remains of Junagadh, Hyderabad and Goa. S

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India’s Afghan dream will eventually crumble

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A day before the planned secret negotiations between President Donald Trump, President Ashraf Ghani and representatives of the Taliban at Camp David on Sunday, they were cancelled. The meeting was meant to eliminate disagreements that the Afghan President and parts of the US leadership had with the draft peace agreement, the result of almost a year’s negotiati

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