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  • Light at the end of the tunnel in Pakistan0

    By Imad Zafar July 29, 2019 A burning question for Pakistanis today is how the educated people of a country that cannot even provide three square meals a day to its children can still worship Prime Minister Imran Khan, who wastes his time engaging in witch-hunts against his political enemies. This was the question posed

  • Beijing monitoring millions of sites in Xinjiang0

    Fake tourists, car crashes and China’s notorious camps Beijing has thrown a blanket of security over the Xinjiang region where mostly Muslim ethnic minorities have been rounded up By Eva Xiao 30 July 2019 The three men were so busy staging a fake car crash they failed to notice the very people they were trying

  • India: Amit Shah to Head Group of Ministers to Tackle Mob Lynching0

    The group, constituted last year, would continue to function with the new Union home minister as its head, a report says. The Wire Staff 30 July 2019 New Delhi: Amit Shah will head the Group of Ministers (GoM) that was constituted last year to combat lynchings. Since the GoM is position-specific, there will be no

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  •  Threats of Climate Change and Implications for India0

    In December 2015, the parties (member-countries) to the historic Paris climate agreement agreed to the long-term goal of the pact – to keep global temperatures “well below two degrees C above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase even further to 1.5 degrees C”. Even if the Trump Administration led the

  • The solutions to the Rohingya crisis: Voices from the Field0

    Nasir Uddin   17 November 2018 The world witnessed a massive refugee situation in the borderland of Bangladesh and Myanmar in 2017, where an extreme form of brutality perpetrated by the Myanmar security forces forced hundreds of thousands Rohingya people, known as the world’s most persecuted ethnic minority, fled to Bangladesh. Myanmar security forces, Burmese (Bamar)

  • Military Modernization: Transforming Strategic Outlay of India0

    Image credit: Fair Observer   by Muhammad Ayaz Nazar        17 November 2018 India has been engaged in an ongoing comprehensive process of military modernization. The primary purpose behind this military modernization has been to develop effective military capability in order to protect and promote Indian national interest abroad and at home while project

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  • Security Threats in South Asia: China’s Revised Assessment

    by Mian Hameed 1 June 2020 Wisdom in my younger life was an unknown entity to me. In due course, I was able to fine-tune a process to gain wisdom. Though I am of no consequence here, the wisdom of the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has implications for India. Here, I will not

  • RELIGIOUS FREEDOM- WOBBLY INDIA AND PAKISTAN’s RENASCENCE

    By: Barrister Pirzada Aurang Zaib 27 May 2020 ‘You are free to go to your temples; you are free to go to your mosques or to any other place of worship in this state of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion or caste or creed that has nothing to do with the business of

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