Syeda Saiqa Bukhari is a Research Associate in the Strategic Vision Institute, Islamabad, Pakistan.
by Syeda Saiqa Bukhari 16 May 2019 India, under its hegemonic tendencies, has always desired to dominate the South Asian region and to become one of the major powers in the region and beyond. Driven by its regional and global hegemonic designs, India is involved in several missiles’ development programs. Recently, on April 15, 2019,READ MORE
Syeda Saiqa Bukhari 26 April 2019 South Asia is one of the most instable regions in the world because of the ever growing hostility between Pakistan and India. Since partition India has always tried to dominate the region due to its conventional superiority over Pakistan. The bilateral relations of Pakistan and India arebased on distrustREAD MORE
Syeda Saiqa Bukhari 30 March 2019 South Asian region is the home of instability and insecurity because of historical enmity between India and Pakistan. India and Pakistan fought three major wars and involved in limited clashes. Nuclear weapons brought strategic stability in the region but India as an aggressor states always try to initiate militaryREAD MORE
Syeda Saiqa Bukhari 26 February 2019 On February 14, 2019, a deadly bombing attack happened in Pulwama district, in Indian occupied Kashmir, where 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CPRF) personnel were killed, which grabbed the attention of national and international media. This attack took place when a car rammed a bus carrying CRPF soldiers. AREAD MORE
Syeda Saiqa Bukhari 13 February 2019 Pakistan has conducted successful test of short range surface to surface ballistic missile ‘Nasr’ on January 24th , 28th and 31st respectively, as part of the Army Strategic Forces Command training exercise, which included quad salvo on 24 January and single shots on 28 & 31 January, 2019. Quad salvo means thatREAD MORE
by Syeda Saiqa Bukhari 16 January 2019 Pakistan inducted A-100 rocket in Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) into its arsenals, boosting the strength of Artillery Crop on January 4, 2019. The missile system was indigenously developed by Pakistani scientists and engineers. MLRS which comprise of two main elements: rocket munitions and a self-propelled platform to carry and launchREAD MORE