A scientific analysis of Christine Fair

(By Elias Davidsson) Christine Fair is widely quoted as an expert on South Asian political and military affairs. She is often requested by mainstream media to comment on terrorist acts occurring in India and Pakistan and invited to educate members of the US administration on issues in her field of expertise.

Prior to joining the . . . → Read More: A scientific analysis of Christine Fair

Bug Splat… drones and body count

In the twenty-first-century world of drone warfare, one question with two aspects reigns supreme: Who counts?

In Washington, the answers are the same: We don’t count and they don’t count.

The Obama administration has adamantly refused to count. Not a body. In fact, for a long time, American officials associated with Washington’s drone assassination campaigns . . . → Read More: Bug Splat… drones and body count

Christine Fair’s failed logic

Ms Fair’s articles no longer make waves. They are so tiring and boring and the topic is always the same — Pakistan. This time the title of her latest is — Honor our Fallen By Getting Real on Pakistan — and sadly she honors no one, certainly not the fallen, by yet another . . . → Read More: Christine Fair’s failed logic

Mubashir Luqman on Axact scandal and Bol TV nework

Mubashir Luqman unedited audio recording on Axact issue

Wajahat S Khan – Blind to the obvious

Wajahat S. Khan sent me an email with this heartfelt piece on his recent experience with the ” the all-consuming, thankless revolving door that is Pakistani broadcast media”. He rightly complains about his seniors and colleagues in the industry. I am reproducing his email that was sent with the article:

“Hey, Champ: Wrote this three . . . → Read More: Wajahat S Khan – Blind to the obvious

Soon we will forget Axact, like everything else

Beasts, too, have rights!

Who says there is no rule of law in Pakistan? Look at the way state authorities and state laws have jumped into action in the matter of Axact, a company reportedly involved in a multi-million-dollar mega scam of astonishing and, for some, mouth-watering proportions.

The swift action by law enforcement agencies . . . → Read More: Soon we will forget Axact, like everything else

Axact – Some questions need to be answered

(By Nasim Zehra) We are now dealing with a new “unbelievable.” It is the Axact fake degree scandal. The FIA is investigating the charges based on New York Times’ May 17 story that while using cyberspace, Axact essentially ran an online empire, with great global reach, that issued fake diplomas and degrees ranging from the . . . → Read More: Axact – Some questions need to be answered

Who was Ayyan Ali working for?

After such a public interview aired by Baghi t.v with father of Ayaan Ali’s father and Asad Kharal, isn’t high time to undertake Zarb-Azab against these financial vultures?

Fake in the land of fakes

There is no limit to it, it seems

Money is honey, my little sunny; a rich man’s joke is always funny. Or so an old maxim goes. But in case of apparent miscarriage of BOL TV following startling revelations of global fraud revolving around BOL’s mother organization (Axact), Shoaib Sheikh’s joke (‘Pakistan’s imminent biggest media . . . → Read More: Fake in the land of fakes

Zardari defying political logic

By Abdul Quayyum Khan Kundi

Today [20th May 2015] Hamid Mir of Capital Talk interviewed former President Mr. Asif Ali Zardari. Here is link to the program:


In the interview President Zardari stated that during his tenure there were no political prisoners. I don’t know what he means by . . . → Read More: Zardari defying political logic