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Effects of Pandora’s box unfolding

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI The tussle within the judiciary as well between the Judiciary and the Executive has started to grow as was anticipated and opined by us that the apex court judgment will certainly open the pandora’s box with several issues and difference of opinion …

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UK & Asian green energy – Promises or prospects?

BY DR TERY LACEY The British Labour Government led by Gordon Brown is beset by disastrous opinion polls, parliamentary expenses scandals and rising casualties in Afghanistan, but its latest Energy White Paper and bold backing for renewable energy could signify a lasting legacy, pushing a …

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Indonesian elections : stand and deliver

BY DR TERRY LACEY The eighteenth century British highwayman Dick Turpin would hold up the rich in their carriages at pistol-point, demanding money and jewels, by shouting “Stand and deliver.”Now a generation of British politicians, Members of Parliament and banking chiefs who have robbed the …

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World must pay attention to IHK

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI Accession of Kashmir is unfinished agenda of creation of Pakistan. Through machinations by the British, Muslim majority areas in East Punjab, India was given ground access to occupy Kashmir through brute force.Having failed to get a foot hold in the territory due …

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In favor of Drones attack

BY U.K. DAR The phrase the enemy’s enemy is your friend is so true in today’s world and every nation is making alliances based on this theory. China and Russia are potential enemies but they have a common enemy i.e. America and hence creation of …

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A new anti-terror force need of hours

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI While stating that the ‘police are not trained to counter terror attacks’ and referring to the need for a new security force dedicated to fighting terrorism, PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif has made a valid point.

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Unrest in Balochistan

BY M S TANVIR The recent unrest in Balochistan has gathered the regional and global attention once again. Balochistan wasn’t out of the focus but operations within Pakistan and regional situation divided the concentration. Law and order is once again out of control in the …

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India involved in unrest in FATA and Balochistan

BY PROF ASLAM KHAN While Pakistan is under constant pressure “TO DO MORE” to root out terrorism, the international community conveniently forgets that  it is India in particular and some other countries in general which  support insurgent forces attacking Pakistan. International political analysts like scholar …

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India involved in unrest in FATA and Balochistan

BY PROF ASLAM KHAN While Pakistan is under constant pressure “TO DO MORE” to root out terrorism, the international community conveniently forgets that  it is India in particular and some other countries in general which  support insurgent forces attacking Pakistan. International political analysts like scholar …

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NATO face threat from online attackers

Ghostnet sounds like something John le Carré would invent. This vast cyber-espionage operation spanned 1,295 computers worldwide, a third of them located in ministries of foreign affairs, embassies, international organizations and news media, some holding classified data.

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