Karachi is an Indian target. Attacks on religious shrines, especially Sufi shrines, are foreign-instigated and aim at starting a civil war in the country, exploiting tensions on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. India is arming and funding anti-Pakistani fighters and distributing anti-Pakistan literature in Balochistan and the tribal belt.
Archive for ‘January, 2011’
US Embassy Personnel Caught Spying On Kahuta
Pakistani authorities have enough evidence that implicates US diplomats and trainers in spying on Kahuta, one of the prime nuclear facilities in the country.
There is a strange silence in the Pakistani capital on new US-mounted nuclear pressures, but Pakistani diplomats and nuclear experts are speaking up where the Pakistani state is silent.
تحریک پاکستان کے سپوت اور پاکستانی صحافت کے بانی کی سانحہ سقوط مشرقی پاکستان پر لکھا ہوا اداریہ جس میں انھونے اسوقت کے پاکستانی حکمران اور میڈیا کی کمزوریاں بیان کی اور دکھایا کے کس طرح ہمارے دشمن کو ہم پر فوقیت حاصل ہوئی۔ انھونے ھندوستان کو سفاک دشمن قرار دیا اور مکتی باہنی کو غنڈوں کی صفت سے نوازا۔
Interrogations with the arrested Indian spy have shed some light on covert Indian spy networks inside Pakistan. New information includes leads on Indian intelligence priorities in the region, which are focused on putting pressure on Pakistan and ISI through fake terror acts that could also destroy peace talks between India and Pakistan.
It’s not just how the 70-year-old apologized profusely to the 7-year-old. And it’s not just how he cried on live television in a discussion on how Pakistan lost territory in 1971, as his grandson cried with him. Here is the founder of Pakistan’s media revolution, and the man who led the media war for Pakistan’s Independence Movement, through the eyes of his grandson on the 19th anniversary of his death.
The United States is pushing to include India in the Nuclear Suppliers Group. The move will rapidly change the security environment in South Asia in India’s favor. Washington is destabilizing the entire region.
Water or napkins? A brief history of the Muslim hygienic ritual that prevents piles and hemorrhoids.
The blasphemy law is not an issue between Pakistani Christians and Muslims. It is an issue between our westernized extremists and religious extremists. Both are wrong, and both are holding Pakistan hostage and both need to be restrained. Outsiders and foreigners, please stay out of this internal debate.
An office an Afghan software company has been burned in Chennai. Fifty-nine Afghan students including two girls escape from an Indian university and seek refuge in New Delhi after threats to their lives from ordinary Indians. Last week, two Afghan students were seriously beaten and five injured, including the son of an Afghan minister. Afghan embassy in India has asked India police to ensure security of Afghan citizens.
After massive rapes in Kashmir, Indian soldiers open a new front in Afghanistan with this case of a married Indian army major with two children who claimed to have converted to Islam, who married an 18-year-old Afghan girl in Kabul and then dumped her. Now the girl is in New Delhi seeking justice. The case highlights Indian army’s violations against women in occupied Kashmir and Afghanistan. It also opens a little known secret: India’s controversial military presence in Afghanistan.
The two, one Hindu clergyman and the other a serving officer of the Indian military intelligence, killed more than 60 Pakistani goodwill visitors who were on a peace mission to India in 2007.
Pakistan has rewarded two sisters and other players who win gold and silver medals in the South Asian Winter Games held in India this month. Each player received half a million rupees, approximately US$ 6,000.
Osama bin Laden surprised everyone in late 1990s when he escaped from the Gulf to hide at an unexpected place: Sudan. Is it that the al-Qaeda chief is repeating history by choosing South Asia’s least likely place to hide?
Pakistan must say ‘No’ to an operation in North Waziristan. Islamabad must resist American pressure for a new war in North Waziristan. Simply put, it is not in the Pakistani national interest. A better option is to push for peace with all Afghan resistance groups, including Afghan Taliban.
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