(By JAKE CARTER) He said the joint statement issued after the meeting between Prime Minister Sharif and US President Barack Obama had dispelled the negative impressions being created in media about the bilateral ties Pakistan’s nuclear program and action against militancy.
“The leaders emphasised the importance of a sustained and resilient dialogue process between the . . . → Read More: Nawaz assured Obama action on LeT
(By Shamshad Ahmad) Former foreign minister Khurshid Kasuri deserves praise for rejuvenating the Kashmir issue. Nobody else could do it; not even Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in his last two consecutive speeches in the UN General Assembly since he assumed office for his third term.
After the nuclear tests in South Asia, first by India . . . → Read More: The revival of Kashmir issue
Pakistan has every right to develop tactical nuclear weapons to defend itself in view of the hostile attitude of its nuclear-armed neighbour, Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry said on Tuesday.
In an interview with PTV on Tuesday, he said the country’s nuclear programme was not meant for war but for the prevention of war . . . → Read More: Pakistan nukes a necessity due to Indian aggression
(By Bashaarat Masood) Botengo is less than 2 km from Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s Anantnag constituency, and falls in Mehbooba Mufti’s seat in Parliament.
For the past week, Botengo had been tense but calm. It was thanks to Ghulam Rasool Bhat. When the youth took to streets following the October 9 attack that left . . . → Read More: Udhampur: Father of the slain son, tried to keep the village calm
The mainstream media myth about Pakistan carries little factual weight and purposely neglects the country’s rising geopolitical importance in Eurasia.
Perverted in the Western imagination as a backwards land of terrorism and poverty, the mainstream media myth about Pakistan carries little factual weight and purposely neglects the country’s rising geopolitical importance in Eurasia.
. . . → Read More: Pakistan location makes it the most important country
(By Gen (r) Mirza Aslam Beg) Two years ago, Mullah Omar passed away. “We belong to Allah and unto Him, we return”. May Allah rest his soul in peace. Ameen.
For two years Taliban kept his demise secret from the eyes of their own people as well as the international spies swarming Afghanistan, and have . . . → Read More: What to expect in Afghanistan after Mullah Omar
(By Carole McGranahan) Having taught for a lifetime in Indian institutions and, alongside, about two decades in US universities, I have a position on this question that is somewhat unusual from the point of view of most American anthropologists. My political views were formed in the course of growing up in a country that was . . . → Read More: Partha Chatterjee’s sticks to his boycott of Israeli Institutions