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India’s Duplicity: The Case of Commander Yadav

India’s Duplicity: The Case of Commander Yadav

At the G20 Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked: “one single nation in South Asia is spreading the agents of terror in the countries of our region.” The reference was towards Pakistan. By passing such remarks against the country having fought militancy for more than a decade, India has been trying to build up a […]

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Yes, No, Yes of Afghan peace process

Yes, No, Yes of Afghan peace process

Since Karzai era, sinking economy, perpetuating corruption and incompetent security agencies have marred Afghanistan’s domestic environment. No wonders the fault lines that prompt Afghan leadership towards blaming Pakistan for everything that could go wrong in Afghanistan are snowballing.  At a time when President Ashraf Ghani should be unveiling a viable political framework for talks with […]

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Balochistan needs careful handling

Balochistan needs careful handling

A lot has been written about government intervention to stop a discussion in one of the private sector universities about situation in Balochistan. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan said in a statement issued on April 17: “It is extremely unfortunate and highly condemnable that the discussion on Balochistan scheduled for April 9, under the […]

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Obama’s India

Obama’s India

In run up to President Obama’s visit, India had worked over time to tarnish Pakistan’s image. On December 31, 2014, Indian media created frenzy that a Lashkar-e-Tiaba boat was intercepted by Indian Coast Guards. The story tellers portrayed that when boat was ordered to stop, it sped away. However, having failed to evade Indian Coast […]

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