August, 2014

Indian double standards on Gaza

Indian double standards on Gaza

According to Indian express (1st August) “opposition member in Lok sabha made a strong demand that India should take a clear stand on the war in Gaza”, saying “this is a  clear violation of international law by Israel so we cannot afford to sit on the fence” As everyone knows that  more than 1500 innocent […]

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India Re-thinking Indus Water Treaty

India Re-thinking Indus Water Treaty

Introduction “Many of the wars of the 20th century were about oil, but wars of the 21st century will be over water”, said Dr Isamil Serageldin, former Vice President of the World Bank. Water is surpassing oil as the world’s scarcest critical resource as water has no substitute. There’s an increasing feeling in the world […]

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GAZA & Inane World Response

GAZA & Inane World Response

Howard Zinn once remarked, “There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people.” So, did the meetings of the United States (US) Secretary of State John Kerry with Egyptian and Arab League leaders bring anything tangible? If not, your visits Mr. Kerry were pointless. How about stopping the 4 billion […]

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مذاکرات منسوخی ۔۔ممکنہ محرکات

مذاکرات منسوخی ۔۔ممکنہ محرکات

ہر برس کی مانند ۱۵ اگست ۲۰۱۴ کو مقبوضہ کشمیر کے طول و عرض میں بھارتی یومِ آزادی کو یومِ سیاہ کے طور پر منایا گیا ۔کشمیریوں کی اکثریت نے اپنے گھروں پر سیاہ جھنڈے لہرا کر گویا دنیا کو ایک بار پھر پیغام دیا کہ بھارت کی جاری ریاستی دہشتگردی کے باوجود کشمیری قوم […]

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Calling off Foreign Secretary level talks

Calling off Foreign Secretary level talks

The well wishers of Pakistan-India relations were expecting that the recent exchanges of fire on the LOC and the verbal exchanges through media would be curbed during Foreign Secretary level talks scheduled in Islamabad on 25th August, 2014. All these expectations were shattered when India on August 18, 2014 called off foreign secretary-level bilateral talks […]

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Pakistan-Azerbaijan Bilateral Ties: Options for Future Strategy

Pakistan-Azerbaijan Bilateral Ties: Options for Future Strategy

On June 9, 2014 Pakistan-Azerbaijan completed 22 years of bilateral relationship. The cooperation between the two states extends to every sphere ranging from political, economic, technological, security to cultural arenas. This article intends to analyze and present retrospect of Pakistan-Azerbaijan cooperation from various perspectives and in terms of where do they stand today and where […]

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Integral humanism and the BJP

Integral humanism and the BJP

The landslide victory by Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) in May 2014 Indian Parliamentary Elections has triggered a new debate among the political scientists and prompted them to do some introspection. The said party is widely regarded to be the political wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and from 1998 to 2004, the BJP-led National […]

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Postponement of national conference on “Roadmap for Economic Growth of Pakistan”

It is to inform you that due to unavoidable circumstances the national conference on “Roadmap for Economic Growth of Pakistan” which was scheduled to be held on 20-21 August 2014 has been postponed. Fresh dates will be conveyed to you later. Any inconvenience caused due to this change is regretted, please.

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