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Wahabism or Nizam-e-Adl Regulation?

BY PROF AJMAL KHAN The lawlessness and the spreading of tentacles by Taliban has proved beyond doubt that the reservations that President Zardari had by delaying the signing of the Swat Nizam-e-Adl Regulation.Zardari ratified the sharia law regulations after receiving cross-party pressure during a late …

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Wahabism or Nizam-e-Adl Regulation?

BY PROF AJMAL KHAN The lawlessness and the spreading of tentacles by Taliban has proved beyond doubt that the reservations that President Zardari had by delaying the signing of the Swat Nizam-e-Adl Regulation.Zardari ratified the sharia law regulations after receiving cross-party pressure during a late …

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The Taliban are here

By Samad Khurram Back in 2002, I was returning from Friday prayers when I saw an unusual gathering of singing and quasi-dancing mullahs. Unusual because I had always assumed mullahs to be against all types of kufr (art). The amused crowd were listening to chants …

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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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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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Issues for Indian voters

By Zakia Soman The Indian public is voting for the 15th Lok Sabha. In the first phase of the elections, Voting kicked off in 124 constituencies on Thursday. The elections will end on May 13. The results will be out on May 16, sealing the …

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Another blow to federation

By Ahmad Ali The brutal and tragic death of three Baluch leaders in which two had affiliation with Baluchistan National Movement and one to Baluch Republican Party. Whereas they were first picked up and kidnapped  from the office of their lawyer in Turbat.Since their abduction …

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Issues for Indian voters

By Zakia Soman The Indian public is voting for the 15th Lok Sabha. In the first phase of the elections, Voting kicked off in 124 constituencies on Thursday. The elections will end on May 13. The results will be out on May 16, sealing the …

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Another blow to federation

By Ahmad Ali The brutal and tragic death of three Baluch leaders in which two had affiliation with Baluchistan National Movement and one to Baluch Republican Party. Whereas they were first picked up and kidnapped  from the office of their lawyer in Turbat.Since their abduction …

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All Bets Off on Crucial Indian Muslim Vote

By Krittivas Mukherjee In India’s fight against crime and militants, a quaint paddy-growing district in the vast northern plains is fast becoming synonymous with the threat to the country’s secular identity.

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