BJP starts showing anti-Pakistan agenda, blocks website for Pakistan

The official website of India’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been blocked in Pakistan by Indian authorities, according to a party spokesman.

Internet users from Pakistan were barred from accessing the BJP website on Tuesday. However, the party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s portal was still . . . → Read More: BJP starts showing anti-Pakistan agenda, blocks website for Pakistan

Indian Election 2014: What matters to common man

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ISI faces Indian slander over baseless allegations

The Indian media, while taking advantage of Jang Group’s slur campaign in the aftermath of Saturday’s gun attack on anchor Hamid Mir, has launched a frontal attack on Pakistan’s security establishment, particularly its premier intelligence agency, say political observers.

Soon after the attack, Geo TV pointed an accusatory finger at the Inter-Services . . . → Read More: ISI faces Indian slander over baseless allegations

Shooting in the dark

What do you do if you think you are being threatened? You have to be clear on the exact nature of the threat and how it has been delivered. Did you get a call? Was it given in a one on one meeting? Were there witnesses? Have you received something in writing or via email? Was . . . → Read More: Shooting in the dark

Jang group’s propaganda against the ISI

Political and defence circles have expressed serious concerns over Jang Group’s attempt to implicate the national security institutions – particularly the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) – in the gun attack on Geo TV senior anchor Hamid Mir.

Mir was seriously wounded when gunmen ambushed his car on Sharea Faisal . . . → Read More: Jang group’s propaganda against the ISI

Mir’s allegations will be met in the court: Army

Reacting to the ‘baseless allegations’ levelled by Geo TV against the premier intelligence agency, the chief military spokesperson said on Sunday that Pakistan Army will take legal action in accordance with the law and Constitution.

“We are evaluating the baseless allegations levelled against the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) from all aspects . . . → Read More: Mir’s allegations will be met in the court: Army

Mouths louder than gun shots!

Karachi’s shooters targeted a prominent journalist and were promptly let off the hook by a segment of the media that immediately began making wild unfounded allegations about ISI (Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence Agency) being behind the attack.

The actual attackers and those who launched them must be laughing themselves silly because no one was really . . . → Read More: Mouths louder than gun shots!

Mir’s allegation do not reflect Geo’s stance: Management

The management of the Jang and Geo News group on Sunday distanced itself from the allegations levelled against the ISI with its anchors claiming that the Mir brother’s allegations did not reflect the media outfit’s stance on the issue.

Soon after the attack on Mir, most media houses had aired allegations against the ISI and . . . → Read More: Mir’s allegation do not reflect Geo’s stance: Management

Al-Qaeda’s new plot uncovered by FBI

Putting the nation on alert against what it has described as a “highly credible terrorist threat,” the FBI announced today that it has uncovered a plot by members of al-Qaeda to sit back and enjoy themselves while the United States collapses of its own accord.

Multiple intelligence agencies confirmed that the militant Islamist organization and . . . → Read More: Al-Qaeda’s new plot uncovered by FBI

Can you challenge my freedom to offend?

The defense of free speech often hides a multitude of sins. Since Brandeis University withdrew an honor it had intended to bestow on the author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, many have flocked to her defense in the name of free expression — no matter how offensive. But implicitly they are suggesting that Islam and Muslims are . . . → Read More: Can you challenge my freedom to offend?