(By Mehr Tarar) The fear may have its roots in real pain but the exaggerated mistrust supersedes it today. As the scars and memories of that horrific day weigh heavily on the minds of most Indians even after six years, the narrative of how-to-look-at-the-“enemy” is reshaped from there. November 26, 2008 delineated the bloodied . . . → Read More: Blaming Pakistan not a solution
“This 9/11 data dump is so radioactive the US Government will likely collapse. The world will never be the same when nations everywhere see this report!” – Veteran 9/11 Investigator
State of the Nation
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There are moments in life when everything loses its meaning and words become shallow. Today is that day when over 130 children, in a Peshawar school, were sacrificed for the political agenda of terrorists. It is not failure of just the state or intelligence agencies it is failure of all of us as . . . → Read More: A failure from all sides
After being criticised by all and sundry over his demand for inclusion of Inter-Services Intelligence and Military Intelligence men in the judicial probe of alleged rigging in 2013 election by PTI chief Imran Khan, the beleaguered PTI now claims that the Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has offered Imran Khan the inclusion of . . . → Read More: Should PTI be maligning Gen Raheel in the rigging probe muddle
By Vinod Sharma
One has got to admire Pakistan. Is there any other example in history where a small nation has simultaneously taken on two much bigger countries, one a super power and the other deluding itself into believing that it is going to become one along its present trajectory, for such a . . . → Read More: ISI – India’s worst nightmare
Sometimes one wishes one were wrong — such as when I had assessed in late May that the advisors of the newly-elected prime minister Narendra Modi sold to him a “bizarre and high-risk idea”, packaged as “bold initiative”, when they prevailed upon him to invite Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to attend his inaugural ceremony . . . → Read More: Does Modi actually have a Pakistan policy
By Fatima Rizvi
In todays interconnected world no country is alone because the media makes sure that everything is splashed across in headlines and breaking news breaks. One just has to take the time to survey the world. Right now the Somali terrorist group Al Shabab is carrying out bombings in Somalia and Kenya. Sudan is facing . . . → Read More: Now it’s Pakistan’s war
By Ayaz Amir
This government – more a family limited company with each passing day – now looks like a patient in a hospital ward, paralysed from the waist downwards. The few doctors around are wearing gloomy and mournful expressions.
The last time Nawaz Sharif was prime minister it took him two and a half . . . → Read More: As the government plays ostrich and dresses windows
I found this post on a website, the original article was so biased and one sided but the comment below the article was so well researched and befitting! You can read the article if you like (from the website link provided) but you must read the comment which I have copy pasted here (I hope this . . . → Read More: The twist in history by the twisted historians!
Bruce Riedel, a former CIA man and now affiliated with a Washington think-tank is no friend of Pakistan. This much was always clear from his writings. Now an article written by him and published in India’s Hindustan Times seems to indicate that he is no friend of India’s either. What he has proposed as an . . . → Read More: FORK TONGUED PALEFACES