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It seems like things are going to get harder for Kashmiri Muslims. The targeting of people of Kashmiri origin all over India is the first occurrence of its kind in the history of present India. The evidence of brutality committed against Kashmiris at work, educational institutions and on the street, is easily...

The foregone conclusion

February 26, 2019

There is a substantial discrepancy between the words and deeds of the European authorities regarding the EU’s independence from Washington. European officials have almost shut their eyes to the certainties of global relations. The U.S. President Donald Trump is one of the key adversaries of the prevailing edifice in Europe. He has arrived at this understanding that the...

Kashmir issue and UN

February 25, 2019

Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred 14 people and injured more than 50 other in Laroo area of Kulgam district of Indian occupied Kashmir, thus triggering valley wide protests.  According to media reports, three were martyred during an exchange of fire with the troops. The rest were killed when an unexploded shell went off at the site of a gunfight...

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is confronting tough times on domestic and international fronts in the midst of election time arriving at a critical juncture. Consecutive election defeats in some provinces have upturned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s trudge on the road to one more election win as opposition parties are mending fences and going...

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is confronting tough times on domestic and international fronts in the midst of election time arriving at a critical juncture. Consecutive election defeats in some provinces have upturned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s trudge on the road to one more election win as opposition parties are mending fences and going...

Islamabad’s reaction to New Delhi’s war hysteria has indeed been a dignified one. PM Imran Khan was correct in his proposal for collaborating with New Delhi in any inquiry into the Pulwama incident and taking action if the latter provided attestable evidence regarding any Pakistani link. Imran Khan has made a clear-cut offer that Pakistan is prepared to cooperate in...

Soon after Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman’s arrival to a historic welcome in Pakistan, the two countries signed Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) worth $20 billion with the Crown Prince declaring at the banquet speech that this was just first phase of Saudi investment in Pakistan and that the Kingdom would invest more in future. This is also a tribute to the...

The surge in unrest in Indian Occupied Kashmir is embedded in decades of violence, suppression and discrimination against the Kashmiri people. Insurgency in Kashmir, which once was ascribed to connections across the border has changed into a homegrown movement for liberation, at the frontline of which are the new generation of Kashmiri youth; educated and enlightened....

Following Pulwama attack, New Delhi government and media is beating war drums again, this time deafeninglyas politically-charged and contradictory statements issued by Indian PM Narendra Modi and his senior cabinet ministers indicate. Modi has vowed ‘befitting reply’ to the ‘perpetrators of the heinous attack and their patrons’. What India forgets is, the latest...

Pakistan Foreign Office has condemned Pulwama attack as a matter of grave concern and rejected insinuation by elements in the Indian government and media circles that seek to link the attack to the State of Pakistan without investigations in the killing of nearly 44 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) when a convoy was targeted with a car bomb at Awantipora in Indian occupied...

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