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Kaka ji Sanober Hussain \’a revolutionary Politician\’

BY ZAR ALI KHAN MUSAZIA Kaka ji Sanober  Hussain was a great hero of the war of independence of sub-continent  , a  fearless and committed  politician, a bold journalist  and a good poet .He spent his most precious time  fighting against imperialists who ruled India …

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The consequences of 26/11

BY DR GHAYUR AYUB A strong economy and political stability are the major catalysts to boost the progress of a country. China is a glaring example. I remember reading an article in Life Magazine in the mid 1960s which predicted China surpassing America and the …

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Afghan drug money fuelling extremism,militancy

BY AHMAD ALI Afghanistan has difficult rugged and mountainous terrain of 251825 square miles of area inhabited by multi ethnic population of nearly 32 million divided by ethnic,sectarian,regional,tribal and family feuds. Afghanistan is one of the most poor and backward country in this global village …

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Process of political de-stabilisation begins

BY MM KHAN With the reported differences between the President and the Prime Minister and split in the ruling Peoples Party, the political de-stabilisation ha once again started. The differences between the President and the Prime Minister are reported to have risen following objection by …

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World bids a stormy adieu to a rocky year

BY M S TANVIR AMID the jubilation and celebration of New Year’s Eve, another feeling is present for many as a decidedly rocky 2008 comes to a close.

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Significance of the year 2008 for Pakistan

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI The new year for Pakistan has an added significance for Pakistan as it  coincided with the Islamic new year, i.e beginning of Muharramul Haram, which is considered as the beginning of Islamic Year which reminds the Muslims the world over to keep …

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India must listen to voices of sanity for peace

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI War clouds amidst flurry of diplomacy. India continues on the war path despite effort by  several major countries to defuse tension  and avert war between two nuclear rivals. The US Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen said on December …

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Sanity should prevail

BY MS TANVIR As Pakistan and India are virtually at the verge of another war because of Indian belligerency, the Director Generals Military Operations (DGMOs) of the two countries on Sunday exchanged views on the prevailing situation on the border during a contact made on …

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Ominous developments

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI It is surprising that our media has not taken notice of a very strange and ominous phenomenon following the Mumbai blast. This phenomenon is the ‘swift’ convergence of intelligence services, all of them are surprisingly from those countries which are directly involved …

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India fails to provide evidence to UN, Interpol

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI India received a major diplomatic jolt with the The United Nation and the  global police agency, Interpol statements that India has failed to provide any evidence about the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks. It will be recalled that the UN spokesman and …

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