The initial charge sheet of the alleged police encounter in Nishtar Colony has been presented, Geo News reported.
In the alleged encounter, the police had killed a young man named Shahzad. According to court sources, the initial charge sheet holds the DSP and accused policemen involved in the alleged encounter responsible for the death of . . . → Read More: Nishter Colony encounter: Initial charge sheet presented
Official records relating to the 2002 riots in India’s Gujarat state were destroyed in line with regulations, the government tells a panel probing the riots.
Documents with records of telephone calls and the movements of officials during the riots were destroyed in 2007, five years after their origin Officials say this is standard practice and . . . → Read More: India: Gujarat riots records ‘destroyed’
A group of young independent filmmakers has undertaken the initiative of producing an independent feature film called Kaptaan, based on Imran Khan’s high-profile lifefollowing the end of his cricket career.
As Pakistan’s former captain or Kaptaan, Khan stamped the cricket field with his talent and charisma. Years later, he is just as famous after . . . → Read More: Movie on Imran Khan: Will ‘Kaptaan’ hit a sixer?
Islam’s greatest threat comes from those who claim to be serving it – extremist militants, Shehrbano Taseer, daughter of slain Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, said June 27.
Shehrbano said that militants, whom she repeatedly called “hate mongers,” have misinterpreted Islam. “Islam is a peaceful religion,” she said.
. . . → Read More: Islamists Biggest Threat to Islam & Pakistan
Way beyond the impenetrable fog of war, the ongoing tragedy in Libya is morphing into a war of acronyms that graphically depicts the tortuous “birth pangs” of a possibly new world order.
On one side there’s NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and AL (the Arab League; on the other side, the African Union (AU) . . . → Read More: What’s really at stake in Libya
Far-called our navies melt away
On dune and headland sinks the fire
Lo, all our pomp of yesterday
Is one with Nineveh and Tyre!
(Rudyard Kipling Recessional)
War is waged to achieve political objectives, not to kill enemies. In this sense, the United States has . . . → Read More: Time to exit
An amazingly frank admission from the former Chief of Staff of Colin Powell, also a former instructor at the Naval War College, about why the US goes to war.
Hint: It’s not about truth, justice or protecting the American Way.
. . . → Read More: War from inside the belly of the beast
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Asia has become a dumping ground for banned drugs; also the business for production of banned . . . → Read More: DANGEROUS DRUGS BANNED GLOBALLY BUT AVAILABLE IN INDIA, CAN BE EXPORTED TO PAKISTAN