Monthly Archives: March 2020

Joint Declaration between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the United States of America for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan


The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, a member of the United Nations and recognized by the United States and the international community as a sovereign state under international law, and the United States of America are committed to working together to

Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan between the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan which is not recognized by the United States as a state and is known as the Taliban and the United States of America


Saturday the February 29, 2020 which corresponds to Rajab 5, 1441 on the Hijri Lunar calendar and Hoot 10, 1398 on the Hijri Solar calendar A comprehensive peace agreement is made of four parts: 1.Guarantees and enforcement mechanisms that will

U.S., Taliban Sign Deal To End War In Afghanistan


U.S. President Donald Trump hailed the deal and said he would meet soon with Taliban leaders The United States has signed a historic agreement with the Taliban that could lead to the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Afghanistan and

Mosque in Delhi set on fire, bhagwa flag hoisted on minaret


By : AISHWARYA S IYERSUSHOVAN SIRCAR A day after a mosque was vandalised and set on fire in Ashok Nagar’s Gali No 5, the saffron flag placed on the dome of the mosque minar remains hoisted. The video clip which

Delhi Is Just The Beginning, These Flames Will Spread Throughout India

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Justice Markandey Katju Markandey Katju is a former judge of the Supreme Court of India. He was also the Chairman of the Press Council of India. Many people are blaming Kapil Mishra, former minister of Delhi in the AAP government,

Blood, injustice and anger burn the streets of north-east Delhi


Death toll rises to 43 Wounded 250+ Violent unrest in India’s capital has left at least 43 people dead, with more than 250 injured. After days of intense clashes between rival protesters over a citizenship law, the city has returned

Time has come for Muslim countries to take the lead on the Rohingya crisis


By CJ Werleman Member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which bills itself as “the collective voice of the Muslim world,” have a rare opportunity to fulfill its promise by choosing to take the lead in bringing peace

My views on reviews


By Shafique Ahmed Shafique Name of book: Badr-e-Kamil Author:Syed Muhammed Qasim Pages:120 Price:Rs.300/- Publishers:Tazkara Publications, Tazkara House, 136-A, Sector -11-B, North Karachi. The book under review “Badr-e-Kamil” is a research book on Muhammed Badrudduja Kamil Razzaqi: a senior and prominent

The coup failed now what?


By Charles “Sam” Faddis Throughout history, political succession has been a bloody, chaotic business. The Romans and the Ottomans among others engaged in palace intrigue, assassination and civil war as a means of determining who would rule next when an

The Munich security conference


No, Pompeo, the west isn’t winning By Andrew Korybko Not “winning” doesn’t necessarily mean “losing” Last weekend’s Munich Security Conference was marked by such highlights as Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov warning that “the risks and threats for humankind are as