Mr Sharif offered India a joint investigation and the full sharing of what it reveals. He also promised a thorough inquiry into Kargil and agreed to share its full report with the Indian government
The first thing that strikes you about Nawaz Sharif is his smile. It is big and broad and seems to cover . . . →Read More:The ways of the tiger
Shakil Afridi once again makes headlines with even more controversial statements. The doctor who headed a fake polio vaccination program was responsible for disclosing the hiding location of OBL to the US forces. The entire incident was a great source of embarrassment for the Pakistani government and especially the army. Rumors about ISI’s involvement with . . . →Read More:Afridi:whistleblower or traitor?
Pakistan has given foreigners working for Save the Children a week to leave the country after becoming convinced that the aid organisation was used as cover by US spies hunting Osama bin Laden.
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The Arsalan Iftikhar affair has made history but for the wrong reason. It may be the only case that was based entirely on hearsay and yet the Supreme Court took it up. Even in its preliminary stage,the affair has so many intriguing aspects that an investigative journalist can explore and bring out a bestseller . . . →Read More:Facts you overlooked in the Mediagate scandal
It seems lately that Shakespeare’s quote about the world being a stage and all men and women being mere players is playing out literally for our country. The theatrics our top echelons have employed in a choreographed play to the death tournament for power have stopped failing to impress. As the three arms of the . . . →Read More:Crab Olympics
By Zoon Ahmad Khan
For the most part Americans and the World believe Pakistan has fallen no short of treacherous in the ‘War on terror’ that started eleven years ago. Islamabad’s so-called ‘shady tactics’ have given her biggest ally cold feet,time and again. With aid cuts and unilateral attacks Washington has been able to . . . →Read More:Tacstrat:What double-game?
Pakistanis have always been wary of the army and its cohorts. Recently they have become the brunt of all misfortunes and conspiracies. Our intelligence agency has been accused of a long list of criminal activities including the memogate scandal,abduction of “missing persons” ,extra judicial killings,links with militants like the Taliban and paying . . . →Read More:Cornered
Mansoor Ijaz,architect of Pakistan political crisis,told bankers he received $60 million from family’s Swiss bank holdings
Mansoor Ijaz,a controversial Pakistani-American businessman with links to the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate,raised over $1.5 million from a San Marino bank by claiming to have the backing of a politically-influential Indian business family,court documents available . . . →Read More:Mansur Ijaz:Where Intrigue and Adventurism never End
In response to a recently published article:
US Congressional hearing may spell trouble for Pakistan
Ironically,US is the one who started the insurgency in Balochistan in the first place. Just like it started the so called “Arab Spring”. Libya,Egypt and now Syria are all mischief of US and one can see through the . . . →Read More:In response to:US Congressional hearing may spell trouble for Pakistan