The Pakistani chapter in the Mumbai investigations is a small part of a larger story that should be investigated with equal vigor. Mumbai should not become limited to settling India’s political scores with Kashmiri groups like LeT.
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Asia’s Biggest Glacier Cracking Thanks To Military Activity
It is incorrect that global warming is responsible for this environmental disaster-in-the-making. Glacier is part of the Kashmir dispute. Indian occupies the glaciers since 1984. It is building permanent bases on mountain peaks, disturbing a fragile ecosystem. The result? Massive floods in the near future. Pakistan should go to International Court of Justice.
India’s award-winning writer and activist reminds the world of India’s international commitments to the people of Kashmir, commitments that India is trying to bury today under the boots of half-million soldiers in the Kashmir Valley.
بھارتیوں کو سمجھانا چاہئے کہ کشیدگی بڑھانا آسان ہے اور ہم بھی یہ کرسکتے ہیں کہ 2007 ء میں بھارتی ملٹری انٹیلی جنس افسروں اور ہندو دہشت گردوں کے ہاتھوں بھارتی سرزمین پر زندہ جلائے گئے 69 معصوم پاکستانیوں کی سالانہ یادگار منائیں ۔
Kashmir’s Geelani: We Are Pakistanis; Pakistan Is Ours
One of Indian-occupied Kashmir’s most influential freedom leaders leaves no doubts, if there ever was, as to where the sympathies and support of the Kashmiris’ lie: Pakistan.
India’s case has weakened after two years but Washington is using it to blackmail Pakistan. Here’s how.
President Obama’s endorsement did more than offer verbal support to India’s longstanding ambition for a seat at the big table. It confirmed that Washington is now embarked on a strategy to prop up India as a counterweight to China’s growing political and economic power.
Kashmiri freedom leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani raises the slogan of Free Kashmir in the heart of Indian capital, where Indian officials invited him to seek ways to end the anti-India liberation movement in the Indian-occupied territory.
Forget the Obama-Singh hug, here is the truth about the biggest two-way blackmail in world diplomacy in recent history: Kashmir for Boeing.
A prominent Indian journalist and rights advocate accuses Indian media of calling Roy a ‘traitor’ and sending outdoor broadcasting vans to Roy’s residence ahead of the Hindu mob, thereby becoming an accessory to a criminal attack.
If this can’t break your heart, then you’re an Indian politician or an Indian general, or one of hundreds of Indian journalists in the mainstream media who self-censor news about the genocide underway in Kashmir by their country’s armed forces, more than 700,000 of them concentrated in a small piece of land. And yet see the courage of an unarmed people who fight everyday this conspiracy of silence. Their actions shake the foundations of the Indian government in New Delhi every day.
Dvija Jee joins us to provide his exclusive perspective on India’s policy options and superpower ambitions. Today, he debutes with President Obama’s visit to India.
India’s weapons purchases from the United States are not bigger than Saudi Arabia or the oil-rich Gulf states. Nor is the Indian IT industry really much more than a Call-Center industry that can’t even beat the Chinese IT base. India is worried about a popular backlash in the US against Indianizing American jobs. As Obama heads to India, the picture is more complicated than what is being projected.
Obama in New Delhi can say six things: Stop military action against civilians in Kashmir, withdraw soldiers from towns and villages, dismantle bunkers, watch towers and barricades, release prisoners, end shoot-at-sight orders, and restore basic rights of Kashmiris to move and assemble.
See this slideshow prepared by Foreign Policy magazine. It doesn’t roundly condemn Indian atrocities, not yet at least. But considering the past, it is three-steps forward for the Am-Brit media, and hopefully the beginning of a trend that might help introduce the American people to unchecked Indian atrocities.
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