Defining Challenges

By:  Sakib Sherani PAKISTAN is faced with a number of severe challenges that have been left unaddressed for far too long. The impact of these development challenges started becoming visible in linear More »

AMAN Exercise: Epitome of Regional Integration

By Baber Ali Bhatti Pakistan Navy conceived the idea of hosting the series of naval exercises in 2007 to promote regional naval integration and enhance compatibility inter alia. The word ‘AMAN’ is More »

SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPEL OF KASHMIR FOR FREEDOM (2021)

Tuesday the 2nd February 2021 – Regent Plaza Hotel – Karachi Orgnized by: Rabita Forum International  A seminar organized by Rabita Forum International on Kashmir issue and to show solidarity with the people More »

Pakistan faces another setback in Reko Diq case

British Virgin Islands court passes an order to attach some of country’s assets in its territories By Hasnaat Malik Pakistan is faced with another setback on the international legal front as the More »

Nelson Mandela’s tributes to Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

By Ambassador (R) Syed Hasan Javed “Pakistan is among the strongest supporters of ANC. Instead of establishing embassy tomorrow, you are welcome to do it today, as our great friend. I have More »

 

Goswami leaks raise important questions about the “Indian version” of Pulwama attack

Goswami leaks raise important questions

Goswami leaks further debilitate India’s accusation that the Pulwama attack was orchestrated by Pakistan By Amjed Jaaved WhatsApp leaks concerning Arnab Goswami (Republic TV) have brought into the limelight some bitter truths. One bitter truth is that the general public

India going too far with strategic overdrafts

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By Qian Feng India has lately engaged in quite some eye-catching actions. These include the planning to deploy its most advanced nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile Agni-V (which can reach all of Asia), the release of a draft Arctic Policy, and

Biden’s idea of India and Savarkar’s is poles apart

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Sangh Parivar fellows, who choreographed the Howdy Modi event, were likely self-seekers currying favour with the Trump administration By M.K. Bhadrakumar According to media reports, the US President Joe Biden has picked as many as 20 Indian-Americans for senior positions

For the first time in seven years, PM Modi is beginning to look weak

For the first time in seven years, 1

The farmers have shown Narendra Modi that this kind of contempt for the people is not something that even the most powerful political leaders can get away with. The PM has been forced finally to step out of his echo

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Joe Biden sworn in as 46th US president Joe Biden hailed the resilience of US democracy and appealed for unity in a polarised nation as he was sworn in as the 46th president, completing a tumultuous transfer of power that

Indian Hegemonic Designs: Regional and global implications

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By Mirza Kashif Baig Indian war mongering based on false propaganda has serious implications for global and regional peace. India has resorted to a series of false media reports and false flag attacks to justify its war mongering against Pakistan

Boeing hard-sells Super Hornet, tests it for Indian Navy carriers

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India has been offered the advanced Block III Super Hornet, with five major enhancements By Ajai Shukla The Boeing Company, which has sold the Indian military more aircraft types this decade than any other vendor, has made a strong play

Evidence put 7/11 Mumbai blasts accused on death row; now NIA

Evidence put 7-11 Mumbai blasts1

Intelligence and police files are questioning that proof In perhaps the most bizarre story to ever emerge from India’s criminal justice system, five innocent men may be on death row  while those who carried out the 2006 Mumbai train bombings,

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Pakistan successfully conducts test flight of ‘Fatah-1′ rocket system (07 Jan. 2021) RAWALPINDI: Pakistan conducted a successful test flight of indigenously-developed Fatah-1 (Guided Multi Launch Rocket System), capable of delivering a conventional warhead up to a range of 140 kilometers.

USA should Mind its Own Business

The New President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, is pursuing the same policy as the Obama administration or for that matter the much-despised American policy of interfering in the sovereign matters of other countries. They forget that