India’s intentions after the Pathankot incident

(By Sajjad Shaukat) In the aftermath of the terror attack at Indian Air Force Base in Pathankot, on January 2, this year, which resulted into the death of six militants and eight personal of the Indian security forces in a four day’s gunbattle, India has been pressurizing Pakistan by saying that secretary-level talks scheduled to . . . → Read More: India’s intentions after the Pathankot incident

Malik Siraj Akbar – Terrorist Poodle

Of late a Mr. Malik Siraj Akbar is proving to be quite the jack in the box; popping up right on time with an eager-to-influence-the-narrative blog post when PAK-US relations experience an upward trend.

His recent blog post for the Huffington Post can only be described as pure . . . → Read More: Malik Siraj Akbar – Terrorist Poodle

The bumpy path of war against terror

(By Asif Haroon Raja) By the time PPP regime took over in March 2008 Fazlullah had created a state within state in Swat and adjoining districts. Former President Zardari and PM Gilani were forced to order a big operation in Swat in April 2009 after Fazlullah broke the peace deal signed two months earlier and . . . → Read More: The bumpy path of war against terror

Pakistan’s major political party exposed as anti-state

Officials in Pakistan’s MQM party have told the UK authorities they received Indian government funds, the BBC learnt from an authoritative Pakistani source.

UK authorities investigating the MQM for alleged money laundering also found a list of weapons in an MQM property.

A Pakistani official has told the BBC that India has trained hundreds . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s major political party exposed as anti-state

Modi’s govt seriously damaging “Incredible India”

(By Aftab Hussain) Recently, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on a two days visit to Bangladesh and one of his statement there he said that “every now and then Pakistan keeps disturbing India, creates nuisance, promotes terrorism and such incidents keep recurring.” This came in the midst of when Islamabad was planning to handover . . . → Read More: Modi’s govt seriously damaging “Incredible India”

Pak – India conflict reduction should be the new mantra

(By Talat Masood) The recent statement made by Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar that India would engage in terrorism to counter terrorism emanating from other countries is really shocking. This further raises the level of hostile rhetoric against Pakistan and provides an official cover to the support which the Indian government is presently providing to . . . → Read More: Pak – India conflict reduction should be the new mantra

Why is India trying to become an aggressor

(By Ali Raza) India’s new leadership is continuously posing threats to the security of Pakistan. Modi’s engineering to convert existing posture into new offensive posture which no doubt has the capacity to bring instability in the whole region. By adoption of this posture Modi is trying to get hegemonic status for India in the region . . . → Read More: Why is India trying to become an aggressor

NA MALOOM AFRAAD (UNKNOWN PEOPLE)

Who are the ‘American Friends of Baluchistan’? This is supposedly the name of a Washington DC based NGO (or at least that is what it calls itself). Whatever it is, it is certainly not what its name implies. All those associated with it or those sponsoring them are no friends of Baluchistan or Pakistan. These . . . → Read More: NA MALOOM AFRAAD (UNKNOWN PEOPLE)

Who or what is Ajit Doval

After reading the title you must wonder, so what? There are plenty of Indians who want to ‘destroy’ Pakistan – there always were and there always will be – that is the sad reality. But this one, my friends, is a little different. He has the knowhow, the expertise, and most importantly, now he has . . . → Read More: Who or what is Ajit Doval

Fall of Dhaka: Some Facts

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Media reported the hanging of Abdul Quader Molla in Bangladesh, a leading Jamaat-i-Islami leader; the first person to go to gallows for the alleged massacre of 1971. A leading newspaper reported, “Molla’s lawyers had protested the original order, saying the death penalty was awarded based on evidence given by only one prosecution witness, who had . . . → Read More: Fall of Dhaka: Some Facts