Corruption of Indian Generals Proved By Sajjad Shaukat

On January 22, this year, Lt. Gen. P.K. Rath was handed down a sentence including a two-year seniority loss and forfeiture of 15 years of service for pension purposes when an Indian army court found him guilty of approving the construction of a school near military land, signing an agreement …

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RAW’s Secret Battles By Sajjad Shaukat

The doctrine of the Indian secret agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) is based on the principle of waging  continuous secret battles through its agents. Since its creation in 1968, RAW has assumed a significant status in formulation of Indian foreign policy. While waging their secret battles, RAW’s agents have …

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US Silence over Kashmir By Sajjad Shaukat

Pakistan’s armed forces have broken the backbone of the Taliban militants through successful military operations, but US President Barack Obama and high officials of his administration are still insisting upon Islamabad to do more against the insurgents. On the other side, US is silence over Kashmir issue, and does not …

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Terrorism India’s as State Policy By Sajjad Shaukat

Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao on January 18 this year, while repeating the old blame game, has hit out at Pakistan for pursuing terrorism as an “instrument of state policy.” It is not new allegation against Islamabad because, in the aftermath of the November 26 Mumbai tragedy, Indian Prime Minister …

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