Adeela Naureen and Umar Waqar

  • TAs Occupied Kashmir enters fourth week of lock down, the news coming out is not encouraging, it talks of blatant violations of international law and human rights, torture of young Kashmiris and violation of honor of Kashmiri women. Unfortunately international community has just looked the other ...

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  • TWhile RSS head honcho, Modi was bulldozing his way through in Occupied Kashmir and Ajit Doval was trying to do a photo shoot with goats, Occupied Kashmir was burning with seventh consecutive day of curfew and deployment of Indian Forces, now touching closer to a million mark. Modi’s gamble ...

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  • TKhalistan is one of the outstanding issues the Sikh community of the subcontinent regards as legitimate struggle. From grandeur of Sikh rule in the subcontinent to bitter memories of Operation Blue Star and desecration of Akal Takht in 1984 (which resulted into a mutiny in Indian Military) ...

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  • TLast two weeks have witnessed increasing and loud anti-China rhetoric from the Indian establishment, opposition and mainstream media, blaming the Chinese forces of infiltrating the Line of Actual Control in the Ladakh/Aksai Chin region. So far, Beijing has remained cool and calm and has advised the ...

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  • TWith DMK President M. Karunanidhi’s decision to quit both the Union Cabinet and the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA), the political environment in India has taken another turn. The anti-Sri Lanka sentiment has grown stronger. He has argued that continuing in the government and ...

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  • TAngelika W. Wyka describes the rise of Berlusconization in European polity in Kakanien.com as, “the godfather of Berlusconization is former Italian Prime Minister and media magnate Silvio Berlusconi. For Berlusconi, ownership of media outlets was clearly of great political value. “In ...

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  • T As reported by Russian TV (RT), “a young Indian woman was hospitalised in critical condition after throwing herself off a moving train in an attempt to escape molestation. It’s the latest in a number of incidents that have exposed the vulnerability of women in India. The 25-year-old ...

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  • TAs the dust settles on November 2012 and water flows downward through the Potomac River, we are witnessing a transition in the United States from USA into DSA or Divided States of America. While acknowledging that some of the readers’ comments posted at the end of different columns are out of ...

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  • TAs the Muslim Ummah sleeps with their pigmy leaders singing lullabies of all is well, we have remained disturbed as normal human beings and share our views to wake up some sleeping souls in the billion plus people called the Islamic world as well as rest of the world. Whether it be the ugly drones ...

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  • TAs the morning sun rays reflect across the lofty peaks of mountains overlooking Kabul and bring in the dawn of a new morning every day, the Hindu Kush range stands sentinel as it has watch Alexander’s army marching through deep gorges and rocky deserts of Afghanistan and the British troops ...

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  • TWinston Churchill once remarked: “India is a geographical term. It is no more a united nation than the equator.” These remarks seem quite historic and appear to have been delivered with some foresight. India today is one billion plus people divided along the fault lines of regions, ...

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  • Tn Adeela Naureen and       Umar WaqarAs per techtarget.com “Cyber warfare is Internet-based conflict involving politically motivated attacks on information and information systems. Cyber warfare attacks can disable official websites and networks, disrupt or disable ...

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