NEW DELHI: 'Imam Sahab' for potassium chlorate, 'badam rogan' for nitro-benzene, 'Changez Khan' for potassium nitro chlorate, 'Halaku Khan' for magnesium and 'Kalmi Shora' for ammonium nitrate. These are some of the code words used by Pakistan-based ... Times of India, 1 week ago
It is not uncommon for practitioners on the two sides of the divide to cross swords over questions of creative liberty and fidelity. Readers of an adapted book frequently jump into the fray to pour scorn on the film version of a much-loved story for ...The Sunday Indian, 12 hours ago
That terrorists communicate in codes is a given. Often intelligence agencies stumble upon words that are hard to decipher. The key lies in analysing the word in context, say experts. An Indian Intelligence Bureau official told rediff.com, “When a conversation is suspect, there is a great deal of analysis done before we figure out what exactly the coded word means. It needs to be understood in a particular context before we can make sense out of it. Mostly we pick it up when it is ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
ISLAMABAD - Provincial ministers and advisers belonging to PML-N in the coalition government of Balochistan have decided to withdraw their announcement of en masse resignations after Provincial Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti Saturday met with Interior ...The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago
QUETTA: Two dead bodies were found in Dera Bugti area and one near Surab along RCD highway Wednesday. According to details on receiving information Levies recovered two dead bodies from Pir Koh area of Dera Bugti today. These were shifted to ...Pakistan Press International, 1 month ago
Marya Mufty A debate in media has, of late, been started which is somehow generating controversy about Pakistan's nuclear program. The cause of this debate is a recently published small but interesting piece in India Today that includes the comments ...Frontier Post, 1 month ago
Of late, there has been enough buzz about the comparative religion episode in a local school and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government's introduction of jihad in textbooks. Though deplorable, these events do solicit a much-needed discourse, which may ...Daily Times, 1 month ago
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