Monthly Archives: April 2017

My Views On Reviews

Book’s Name:Nazeriat-e-Faza Azmi Author’s name: Zahid Rashid Zahid Rashid a young chap, a short story writer, essayist and compiler has come out with his new book on the famous poet and reformer Faza Azmi under the title of “Nazeriat-e-Faza Azmi”.

My views on reviews

Maba’ad Jadeedyet Author: Rauf Niazi Now-a-days structuralism, post-structuralism, deconstruction, modernism and postmodernism are the very burning literary issues. These are being much discussed among the serious intellectuals, writers and poets. Though a group of some writers and poets is against

Iran is the number one enemy for the US again

By Salman Rafi Tension is mounting as Iran becomes the most serious threat to US interests in the Middle East. While an official declaration is yet to come, top American military brass think the threats Iran pose are far more

Henry Kissinger “If you can’t hear the drums of war you must be deaf”

In a remarkable admission by former Nixon era Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, reveals what is happening at the moment in the world and particularly the Middle East. Speaking from his luxurious Manhattan apartment, the elder statesman, who will be

The Next 9/11 What’s the next impossible terror threat?

By Jacqueline R. Sutherland Over the past three decades, the terrorism threat has evolved from the detonation of a bomb in the World Trade Center’s parking garage, to the use of jetliners as missiles against the epicenters of American power,

Why India is building up its arms industry

By Mirren Gidda It was an unusual request about a potentially lucrative deal. In late 2016, the Indian government wrote to defense companies, asking to buy a fleet of fighter jets to replace its aging Soviet-era aircrafts. The catch: it

Why Parrikar failed in Defence

By Bharat Karnad Few Defence Ministers began their tenure with such high expectations and ended it on such low key with almost nothing to show for the two-odd years spent as the military’s boss, as Manohar Parrikar. Returning to Goa

India and Sri Lanka Fishing in troubled waters

By Sudha Ramachandran The death of an Indian fisherman in the waters between India and Sri Lanka has roiled bilateral relations again. The incident has triggered angry protests among Indian fishing communities along the Tamil Nadu coast, who insist that

How Russia’s protests could turn insurrectionary

By M K Bhadrakumar The wave of public protests that swept over Russia on Sunday has strong undercurrents. For a start, it may seem that 7000 to 8000 people demonstrating in Moscow, a city of 12 million population, is no

How Europe boosts Russia – Turkey ties

By Maria Dubovikova The Russian-Turkish tandem has re-emerged with the two countries’ reconciliation, after seven months of glacial relations following Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet on its border with Syria. That is not to say Ankara and Moscow see