India and Pakistan are quietly making nuclear war more likely

Both countries are arming their submarines with nukes By Tom Hundley  The Karachi Naval Dockyard, home port and strategic nerve center for Pakistan’s fleet, sits on a sliver of land bracketed between More »

Beating the Indian Navy without going broke

By Shahid Raza A brief look at the history of warfare is enough to establish the dominant role of a naval force in defining the outcome of a limited or full scale More »

Overseas Pakistanis ‘Own’ a $587 Million Organization Called ‘OPF’

By Irshad Salim Pakistani expatriates collectively own a $587 million+ organization back home but were unaware until the newly appointed Chairman Board of Governors of the Overseas Pakistan Foundation (OPF) broke the More »

Civilian authorities in Pakistan maintain effective control over security forces

Says US govt. report By Usman Kabir Civilian authorities in Pakistan have managed to maintain effective control over security forces in the last few years as orderly transitions in top political and More »

Russian envoy to India defends country’s growing ties with Pakistan

Ambassador Nikolay Kudashev’s remarks, made at an event organised by the think tank Ananta Aspen Centre, come against the backdrop of growing pressure from the West, especially the US, on Pakistan to More »

 

Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) Starts Re-linking Its 4 Power Plants At Chashma

Umer Jamshaid Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) has started re-linking its four power plants at Chashma that tripped due to surge in national grid ISLAMABAD, May 2 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 2nd May, 2018 ) :Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission

Pak Navy provides logistic support to Portugal yacht

ISLAMABAD  – Pakistan Navy Ship ALAMGIR has provided logistic assistance to sailing yacht BENYLEO 2, which was in dire need of fuel in area about 180 Nautical Miles North East of Somalia. According to Pakistan Navy spokesperson, the Sailing yacht

India using chemical arms against Kashmiris in IHK: AJK PM

ISLAMABAD: Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan Wednesday accused India of using chemical weapons in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK). He maintained, “There is evidence that Indian forces deployed in Kashmir had been using weapons that

Changing World Situation Requires Resilient Nuclear Posture, DoD Official Says

WASHINGTON —The world has changed and America’s nuclear strategy has to change as well, the deputy undersecretary of defense for policy said here today. David J. Trachtenberg told a Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies seminar on Capitol Hill that the Nuclear Posture

China installs cruise missiles on South China Sea outposts: CNBC report

Reuters Staff WASHINGTON (Reuters) – China has installed anti-ship cruise missiles and surface-to-air missile systems on three of its outposts in the South China Sea, U.S. news network CNBC reported on Wednesday, citing sources with direct knowledge of U.S. intelligence

My views on reviews

By Shafique Ahmed Shafique Name of book : Balkoni May Baithi Aurat Author’s name : Roomana Roomi Pages : 176 Price. : Rs. 500 (50 US dollar) Right from the beginning there is a long list of women story writers.

Rape, murder of minor Kashmiri girl triggers outrage in India, IHK

* Mehbooba Mufti promises there will be no obstruction of justice * Indian apex court decides to itself examine the case * Congress targets Modi for his ‘silence’ over the issue * Streets protests on the cards as religious tensions

We are not the Soviet Union but we are capable of deterrence’

By Maliha Nasir The Council of Foreign Affairs Karachi and Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) hosted an interactive session on the ‘Current Stage of International Relations and Information Policy in context of Russia and United States’ on Thursday

CIA chief’s meeting with Kim Jong-un is latest step in winding path to talks

By Austin Ramzy & Emily Cochraneapril Mike Pompeo, the C.I.A. director and nominee to be the next secretary of state, traveled to North Korea and met with its leader, Kim Jong-un, the strongest indicator to date that plans for direct

US hybrid war arrives to replace Cold War

By Dmitri Trenin It would be too far-fetched to compare the recent US-Russian standoff in Syria with the 1962 US-Soviet Cuban missile crisis. Then, a nuclear war between the two was highly probable, and the existence of humanity was in