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Kargil's shroud of truth and lies
The Telegraph

Kargil's shroud of truth and lies

The former military ruler of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, had kept even Ashfaq Parvez Kayani - his successor as army chief - in the dark while carrying out the Kargil operation in 1999, according to a new book by the retired Lieutenant General Abdul Majeed ... The Telegraph, 2 months ago
‘Musharraf had kept Kayani in the dark’ Asian Age, 2 months ago
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Pulls, pressures and the Pakistan Army

The recent postings and promotions of three-star generals in the Pakistan Army have propelled some of former chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani's favourites to traditionally important positions, says Rana Banerji. The recent promotions of three-star generals in the Pakistan Army went almost unnoticed, except for a small disclosure on the Inter-Services Public Relations website on April 9, 2015, but they indicate an interesting course correction that may alter the succession stakes when General Raheel ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Rana Banerji: Pulls, pressures and the Pakistan Army  Business Standard1 week ago Why did the Pakistan army warn R&AW?  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

The utility of Ishratul Ibad

Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad in Karachi has run into heavy weather with his erstwhile patron Altaf Hussain in London. Altaf Bhai says enough is enough, the governor is useless, he doesn't defend and protect the MQM, and he should resign and join ...
 The Friday Times2 hours ago

From Edgware Road to Edgware

Edgware Road is one of my favourite hangouts in London: late nights spent gossiping with friends over sheesha and Moroccan tea; the familiar buzz emanating from lines of Turkish and Middle Eastern eateries and tea-houses. It isn't that other areas ...
 The Friday Times2 hours ago

The idea of Pakistan

Power structure of Pakistan entirely lies with its Army, writes It is about time we, including this writer, conceded that our analysis and understanding of Pakistani polity, society and power structure has been deeply flawed. Or we might say, ...
 India Today8 hours ago The greedy state  MSN News US6 days ago
International Business Times India

Seymour Hersh, Bin Laden, and Conspiracy Theories

As anyone who watched any kind of news outlet last week already knows, the big story was Seymour Hersh's article alleging that the Obama administration's story of the killing of Osama Bin Laden was a calculated lie. The theory has its critics and ...
 Disinformation12 hours ago Abbottabad raid: A new story  Financial Daily18 hours ago Hersh Revelations Can Sink Obama, Bush, and the Saudis  Executive Intelligence Review1 day ago Osama Killing: American Journalist Lists out White House's 'Lies'  International Business Times India1 day ago
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Eurasia Review

What Pakistan Knew About The Bin Laden Raid Oped

By Husain Haqqani* With a litany of unproved claims, veteran investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has revived discussion about the circumstances in which al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was discovered and killed in May 2011 in the Pakistani ...
 Eurasia Review1 day ago Abbottabad raid: FO rejects Hersh's stance  Business Recorder1 week ago US journalist's claim on bin Laden raid rejected by Pakistan  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Hersh reality of US raids

Mahir Ali / 21 May 2015 Washington pursues quarries it has helped create. No jury, no trial, just a death sentence. ...
 Khaleej Times1 day ago

Pakistani brigadier who died in Britain named as the US informant behind Laden's killing

LONDON: A Pakistani army brigadier who has lived in Britain since 1979 but died of cancer last year has been named as the informant whose tip-off led to the killing of the world's most wanted man — Osama Bin Laden in 2011. This has caused an ...
 Times of India1 day ago

The fix — II

Let us assume, to please the secularists, that everyone deserves an opinion as a rule of democracy. The elite will harp on and on quoting events in history that favour their diatribe against the Pakistan army and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). A ...
 Daily Times2 days ago
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