Adeela Naureen and Umar Waqar

  • The Indian Economic Times story on October 30 quoted a statement from former Air Force chief BS Dhanoa, who said that India was ready to wipe out Pakistan’s forward brigades had Islamabad’s “military adventure” been successful in response to the Balakot aerial strikes and ...

    Read More
  • As the second COVID wave hits the world and nations across the globe grapple with the emerging challenge, it may be important to compare Pakistan’s COVID management strategy with India to draw some lessons to deal with the second wave.Pakistan and India were affected by COVID’s first ...

    Read More
  • Following the arrest of Capt (Retired) Safdar Awan after his questionable conduct at the mausoleum of Quad e Azam, Indian media found an opportunity to conduct an assault on the state of Pakistan through an absurd narrative of ‘Civil war in Pakistan’. From electronic media channels to ...

    Read More
  • Sushant Singh Rajput’s (SSR) unfortunate death and its investigations have uncovered the dark side of Bollywood in international media. The ongoing probe into the drugs angle linked to actor SSR’s death investigations has brought to the fore alleged drug nexus in the film industry. The ...

    Read More
  • Despite the Indian lockdown of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJ&K) for more than one year and ruthless oppression of Kashmiris in the largest human prison on earth, Indian policymakers have been hoping that their old Chanakyan strategy of tiring the opponent through a ...

    Read More
  • Following the Quad’s meeting in Tokyo which saw the formal colonists US, Australia and Japan sitting with the good old colony, India, Western and Indian media went into overdrive against China. Indian media reminded the foreign ministers gathered in Tokyo to make it a proper military ...

    Read More
  • As Bharat Bandh commenced on September 25 against the anti-farmer bill passed by the Indian Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Indian social media erupted like a volcano; hashtags like #BharatBandh, #AntiFarmerBJP and #ScrapAntiFarmerActs flooded the social media space. Millions of farmers from across ...

    Read More
  • As intra-Afghan peace negotiations have moved ahead, spoilers of peace have started their nefarious game to delay or scuttle the process. With regional countries, especially Afghanistan neighbours desiring peace, there is growing support for the process. The only country in the world who wants to ...

    Read More
  • August 30 is the International day of Victims of Enforced Disappearances. Sub-nationalists in and outside Pakistan find it convenient to exaggerate Pakistan’s record on the issue and try to make a lot of hue and cry. In order to set the record straight, there is a need for informed debate on ...

    Read More
  • At a virtual meeting, Indian Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, while addressing his Haryana counterpart, Manohar Lal Khattar, and Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, warned the Centre that “Punjab will burn” if they completed the Sutlej Yamuna Link ...

    Read More
  • Pak-Saudi relations have seen many challenges and both brothers have withstood and weathered them together with perseverance and a shared vision. Pak-Saudi relations are unique and go beyond common interstate relations and are deeply rooted and entrenched in multifarious dimensions of history, ...

    Read More
  • As Modi laid himself down in the ultimate prostration ‘sashtang pranaam’ at Ram Bhumi Poojan, and Godi media flashed posters of a giant Modi, depicted as a small boy, accompanying Ram to the Parthenon of Ram temple, RSS has accomplished the next strategic step of converting secular ...

    Read More
  • The Indian Cold Start Doctrine was promulgated at the start of 21st century to punish Pakistan through a proactive military strategy of hit and mobilise. This warranted creation of a military echo system in frontier zones and re-orientation of the military to be able to initiate operations within ...

    Read More
  • The month of June is ingrained in the minds of the Sikh community as it refreshes the painful memories of the tragedy of Operation Blue Star and how the Indian Army desecrated the holiest Sikh shrine of Akal Takht. But the tragedy also resurrected another legend in the line of brave Sikh ...

    Read More
  • As the dust settles in Galwan River valley and Indian media chatter disclosed the loss of tens of square kilometres of area in Ladakh and even Sikkim, there is a need to evaluate the Ladakh blunder being dubbed ‘Kargil 2’. Before discussing the Indo-China standoff and its strategic ...

    Read More
  • So Chanakya is up again and this time it’s the Kingdom of Nepal. As reported by the Himalayan Times, after the Indian government inaugurated a link road to connect India with Mansarovar of China via Lipulekh region, a Nepali territory, various youth organisations in Kathmandu staged protests ...

    Read More
  • Despite presenting a brave face to the world, Modi’s India is under an unprecedented economic threat. An economy painstakingly built on exports, even at the cost of 800 million poor of India, is squeaking under the pressure of COVID-19, and it has just started revealing the horrendous ...

    Read More
  • While watching the message of Dr Naheed Usmani, President of the Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent in North America (APPNA), one gets pleasantly surprised; “18,000 Pakistani-descent physicians in US and Canada are on the frontline and taking care of patients every day. They ...

    Read More
  • As reported by a leading English newspaper of Bangladesh, the Daily Star, the situation in poor neighbourhoods is becoming desperate due to food shortages, sanitation problems and a dense population. The story of a destitute woman Kanchan, living in a slum in Bhadra locality of Rajshahi district ...

    Read More
  • When Modi announced the Janta Curfew on March 19 with catchy words like ‘taali bajao, thali bajao’, the Bollywood mentality came into action with rich and poor sharing videos of claps, bells and thali-banging to Modi’s official twitter account. Some got so excited that they came ...

    Read More
  • As Coronavirus control in China improved and China started closing hospitals erected in Wuhan, the rest of the world now started realizing that strategic measures taken by China were apt and timely. Participating in a discussion on CNBC Jim O’Neill, the chair of U.K. think tank Chatham House, ...

    Read More
  • As stories of death and destruction trickle down into main stream media and the smoke rising out of arson and looting of Muslim communities starts to die down, Indian Muslims are confronted by existential dilemma. Mira Kamdar while writing in the Atlantic Magazine labelled the happenings in Delhi ...

    Read More
  • Russian federation Foreign minister Sergey Lavrov delivered a talk at Raisina Dialogue, New Delhi on 15 Jan 2020 and shared his views on how Russia views the shaping of new global order. Lavrov deliberated that unfortunately the powers against the more democratic and multipolar world are trying to ...

    Read More
  • As Aam Admi Party(AAP) of Kejriwal swept through Delhi and virtually repeated the performance of last elections, the RSS cabal must be looking inwards as to what happened with the BJP absurd campaign of hate mongering and ‘Sab Ka Saath Sab Ka Wikaas’(All together for a better ...

    Read More
  • The current issue of the Economist Magazine has pointed out that RSS and BJP led government of Narendra Modi was following an exclusive agenda. Economist argues that Narendra Modi, and his Bharatiya Janata Party are creating sectarian divisions that imperil the world’s biggest democracy. The ...

    Read More
  • DSP Davinder Singh’s arrest and startling disclosures have once again raised questions on Indian Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) and false flag operation against their own people. India Today report of 13 Jan suggests that the nexus between a decorated J&K Police officer and the ...

    Read More
  • General Manoj Mukund Naravane took over the command of Indian Army on 31st December and the first message on media was about Pakistan and Occupied Kashmir. Is it obsession or guilt? The skinny General Narvane is a Marathi hailing from Maharashtra and has a vast experience in operation, including ...

    Read More
  • As NRC and CAA was applied in Assam and entire India respectively, Indian Muslims have now started feeling the heat of Hindutva agenda. This fire started by Modi in 2002 in Gujarat anti-Muslim massacre is now engulfing entire India.A BBC report of 2011 had identified that senior police officers in ...

    Read More
  • As BJP under the RSS tutelage promulgated the National Register of Citizens(NRC) in Assam and now brings in Citizenship Amendment Bill(CAB), Indian opposition leaders like Shashi Tharoor jumped on the bandwagon to link it with Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Unfortunately, Congress leader Shashi ...

    Read More
  • With the inauguration of Gotabaya Rajapaksa as the president of Sri Lanka, a complete cycle of Indian domination of SriLankan politics has been reversed. No wonder the Indian media was crying hoarse and calling Gotabhaya as the ‘Terminator’, even before elections. Mainstream Indian ...

    Read More