Pak-India Water Dispute Accelerates

By Sajjad Shaukat Pakistan is a grave victim of water scarcity, because of being on lower riparian in relation to the rivers emanating from the Indian-Held Kashmir (IHK). India has never missed an opportunity to harm Pakistan since its inception; it is creating deliberate water shortages for Pakistan with the …

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New Cold War: Israel Seeks Revenge

New Cold War: Israel, US

There is an interrelationship of the new Cold War, irresponsible statements of the US President-elect Donald Trump, various developments in the world and terrorism-related attacks which are part of the double game and secret strategy of Israel who is in collaboration with American CIA, FBI, and Islamic State group (Also …

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Illegal Detention of Pakistani Prisoners in Indian Jails

Pakistani Prisoners in Indian Jails

Recently, Indian Supreme Court has taken notice on the writ petition, filed by Prof. Bhim Singh, senior Advocate against the illegal, improper and unconstitutional detention of nearly 254 Pakistani prisoners and those of Azad Jammu and Kashmir languishing in Indian jails for over a decade. Despite the anti-Pakistan pressure of …

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India Activates Dangerous Arms Race in South Asia

India Arms Race in South Asia, India arms deal

It is most regrettable that by ignoring the modern global trends like renunciation of war, peaceful settlement of disputes and economic development, India has activated dangerous arms race in South Asia. In this respect, India test-fired its longest range surface-to-surface nuclear ballistic missile Agni-5 from the Abdul Kalam Island off …

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Taliban leaders Moved to Afghanistan from Pakistan

Taliban leaders in Afghanistan, Pakistan

The armed forces of Pakistan have broken the backbone of the Taliban and other militant outfits by the successful military operation Zarb-e-Azb, which has also been extended to other parts of the country, including Balochistan. And Pakistan’s intelligence agency, ISI has broken the network of these terrorist groups by capturing …

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India Failed in Diverting Attention from Kashmir

India continues False Flag operations in Kashmir

Although by arranging various false flag operations like the attacks on Indian Parliament in January 12, 2001, in Mumbai attacks on November 26, 2008, at Indian Air Force Base in Pathankot on January 2, 2016 etc., India succeeded in deflecting attention of the world from the uprising in the Indian …

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Chabahar Project-A Dream


In response to the $46-billion project, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the US broadly supported India and Afghanistan in signing a deal with Iran for a transport corridor, opening up a new route to Afghanistan via the Iranian port of Chabahar. In this context, during his visit to Tehran, on …

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Berlin Attack: The Only Option for Israel?

Berlin Attack

At least 12 people were killed and about 50 injured when a truck ploughed into a Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz in the German city of Berlin on December 19, this year (Monday evening). The Islamic State group (Also known as Daesh, ISIS, ISIL) claimed responsibility for the attack via its …

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Aleppo: From Syrian War to the Asia-Pacific Region

Aleppo Syrian War

Russian-led Syrian forces retook the Aleppo on December 13, this year by defeating the rebel groups and other militant outfits. Retaking Aleppo, which has been split between rebel and government control since 2012, is biggest victory of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the civil war. Aleppo is strategically important …

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