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Indifference of our leadership

BY M A KHAN It is a  great misfortune for us that we have not responded boldly to the Indian threats of aggression and instead adopted an attitude of appeasement to cool down the tempers. This has emboldened India to further tighten the noose around …

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Indian want to impose war on Pakistan

BY TANVIR SADDIQI As the tension between Pakistan and India in the aftermath of Mumbai terror attacks continues to escalate, the  President of Indian ruling Congress party Sonia has threatened of ‘befitting reply’ to terror elements in Pakistan  while foreign Minister Prnab Mukherjee does not …

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No First Use is Not in Pakistan’s Favor

BY U.K. DAR War mongering and hysteria is looming in the nuclear armed subcontinent and a real disaster is in the offering if common sense does not prevail in the leadership of the two countries. The responsibility is especially required from the Indian leadership as …

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Indifference of our leadership

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI It is a  great misfortune for us that we have not responded boldly to the Indian threats of aggression and instead adopted an attitude of appeasement to cool down the tempers. This has emboldened India to further tighten the noose around Pakistan …

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Vulnerability of NATO Supplies in Pakistan

BY AMAL KHAN In a bid to cut off the NATO supply line, stretched from Pakistani port city of Karachi to Afghan capital, the militants have recently launched unprecedented, coordinated and well-planned attacks on transport terminals in Peshawar. In the last six attacks since November …

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9/11 keeps repeating

BY DR G.H AYUB The incident of 9/11 was an unnerving and shocking experience for Americans. They couldn’t believe their mainland would be attacked in such a sophisticated way, leaving many theory-generating questions. Prominent among them was the conspiracy theory- a word as allergic to …

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Regional peace at stake

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI The Indian government  over-reacting to the Mumbai  terror attacks is still pursuing a hostile policy towards India despite Pakistan’ repeated denial of its involvement in the incident which by all indications seems to have been carried out by home grown organization jeopardizing …

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Mumbai carnage: Jumping the gun

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI It is shocking to hear orchestrated  Indian leadership’s charge that the Mumbai carnage is the handiwork of Pakistan. India has followed it up with the decision to deploy its additional forces on the border with Pakistan.  In view of  the threat looming …

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Pakhtun Culture and Talibanization: A Hypothetical Scenario

BY FARHAT TAJ Here I share with the readers a hypothetical scenario that has been emerging in my thoughts for some time. The scenario needs further empirical and theoretical information to be substantiated or rejected. But I still share it with the readers because the …

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Safety of Bhasha Dam may be at risk

BY B.A. MALIK Construction of Bhasha Dam will start in September 2009, according to a press statement of the Minister of Water and Power. In an earlier report it was claimed that “Pakistan is going to set another record (after Tarbela Dam) in hydropower engineering …

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