Rabita Forum International Seminar on USA-INDIA NEXUS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON PAKISTAN

ON May 12 2018 at Regent Plaza Hotel Karachi  A Seminar was organized by Rabita Forum International on above subject and above stated date. Gen.(r) Moinudin Haider was the Chief Guest and More »

US offered $5bn to refrain from carrying out nuclear tests

Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif Monday alleged that former US president Bill Clinton offered him $5 billion to refrain from carrying out nuclear tests in 1998. “British leaders and other international leaders More »

Straight from Gen. Ashfaq Kayani’s mouth!

By Syed Haider Raza Mehdi A few hours ago I received a call from Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kayani, former Army Chief with reference to my earlier piece about him being perhaps the More »

CPEC & enemy woes

By Mirza Kashif Baig CPEC has been termed as a game changer and this is exactly how Pakistan, China, India and US view it. USA was skeptical about the project throughout and More »

Mountbatten’s ‘Shameful flight’

Pakistan would have fared better if Jinnah had lived longer By Ahmad Faruqui Churchill had used the expression ‘shameful flight’ to describe the hurried British exit from India. UCLA’s Stanley Wolpert, the More »

 

Pakistan’s Fabric At Risk

Pakistan is a country rich in culture, resources and diversity; however, due to insincerity and corruption these factors have not been able to contribute to the wellbeing of the country. Pakistan is currently viewed by its rulers as a means

Mumbai attack was a joint IB-CIA-Mossad-RSS project

By Amaresh Misra The Milli Gazette | 28 March 2010 With the row over India getting access to David Headley growing acrimonious each day, the CIA’s double agent saga seems all set to open up a can of incredible worms.

“The Betrayal of India” A Close Look at the 2008 Mumbai Terror Attacks

Book Review of “The Betrayal of India: Revisiting the 26/11 Evidence” by Elias Davidsson By Prof. Graeme McQueen This article was originally published on Global Research in June 2017. These days we rush from one media story to another, trying

Book : “26/11 : RSS ki Sazish”

Written by Aziz Burney (Editor-in-Chief of Urdu Sahara newspaper) Book was released by Congress General Secreatary Digvijay Singh on Dec 6, 2010 in Delhi, the book talks about the hand of RSS and Hindutva element behind 26/11 Mumbai Attacks 🙂

Rabita Forum International Seminar on USA-INDIA NEXUS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON PAKISTAN

ON May 12 2018 at Regent Plaza Hotel Karachi  A Seminar was organized by Rabita Forum International on above subject and above stated date. Gen.(r) Moinudin Haider was the Chief Guest and Mr. Nusrat Mirza Chairman Rabita Forum international presided.

My views on reviews

Name of book :               Daman-e- Sad Chaak Author’s name :               Akram Kunjaahi Publishers:Rang-e-Adab Publications, 5,  :Ketab Market, Urdu Bazar, Karachi. Page:176 Price:Rs 400 Akram Kunjaahi the editor of monthly “Ghanimat.” is a well-known personality having ten books to his credit

Another fake Bin Laden story

By Paul Craig Roberts Dr. Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. He was columnist for Business Week, Scripps Howard News Service, and Creators Syndicate. He has

Iran nuclear deal survives Trump’s vandalism

The German newspaper Welt am Sonntag reported on Sunday that diplomats from the European Union, Russia and China will be meeting in Vienna this week to discuss the next steps to salvage the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. The report mentioned

What a ‘blue economy’ really is  WWF’s perspective

WWF International recently released “Principles for a Sustainable Blue Economy,” a 2015 briefing that aims to clarify what a “blue economy,” a label now commonly used in the contexts of economics, agriculture, and conservation, truly means.  As there remains no

Environment service sector

By Riaz Mohammad Khan Our planet is under stress on account of large populations, the exponentially expanding human capacity for production, and manufacturing spurred by technology and unbridled consumerism. Human capacities are deployed in either manufacturing and production sector or