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Former Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar Says Pak Kids Are Trained To Hate India

Pakistan cannot 'conquer' Kashmir through war: Hina ...

Pakistan cannot "conquer" Kashmir through war, former foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said while asserting that bilateral issues cannot be resolved in a "hostile environment". "I believe that Pakistan cannot conquer Kashmir through war and if we cannot ... Zee News, 2 months ago

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B for Bandook, T for Tank, Pakistan's text books of hate

New Delhi, June 30: Former foreign minister of Pakistan Hina Rabbani Khar recently said that, "we have taught our children that our national identity is to hate others and it is especially true of our close neighbours. She was making a very obvious ...
 Oneindia1 month ago India shying away from talks on Kashmir: Pakistan  Kashmir Observer1 month ago India is shying away from talks, not Pakistan: Sartaj Aziz on Kashmir  Firstpost.com1 month ago Pakistan's continued isolation is not good news  The Express Tribune1 month ago

Hina Rabbani Khar's candour is good, but won't change India

Even as Khar gave the interview, the very office which she occupied once, gloated on Monday how Pakistan's intensive diplomatic lobbying, including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif personally writing to 17 prime ministers, prevented India from gaining entry into ...
 First Post.com2 months ago

Does Sindh really need a Minister of Swag?

"Meet Sindh's new MINISTER OF SWAG!" blares a popular media outlet in large, neon pink letters on my timeline. "Check out his cars! His fashion game is on point! He has a great sword! Check out his turbans and his hats! His heavy bikes! He has a ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

On glass ceilings

HILLARY Clinton's candidacy for presidency of the United States has revived questions about women's participation in political competition. Clinton is the first female nominee of a major political party in the US. Commentators all over the country ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Partly Facetious: Mian sahib's watch can rival any jewellery

By: ANJUM IBRAHIM Published on August 05, 2016 "Mian sahib addressed the Saarc conference in Islamabad in an expensive suit and a tie! And perhaps it was the same suit that he had stitched in London recently, if you remember the tailor's ...
 Business Recorder3 weeks ago

Mairaj Mohammad Khan believed in civilian supremacy

KARACHI: The fact that electronic media need to learn a great deal in terms of journalistic ethics was reinforced on Wednesday evening during a condolence reference for the distinguished political activist Mairaj Mohammad Khan at the Karachi Press ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Go beyond the rhetoric: US needs to add substance to its South Asia policy

By Lt. Gen. P. C. Katoch As per media reports, the draft democratic party manifesto in the run up to the US presidential election has described India as an important Pacific power, while pledging that it will continue to invest in a long-term ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

The Army will always be there to keep the country together

'Whether Kashmir or anywhere else, whether in peace or in war, pay commissions or no pay commissions, hollowness and shortages notwithstanding, the Indian Army -- and Sekin Fif -- will always be there to keep India together,' says Aditi Phadnis.   A recent book by Colonel R K Jagota is testimony to the fact that politicians, terrorists, TV channels and other factors notwithstanding, the Army will always be there to keep the country together. In an interview to Pakistan's Geo TV last ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Ani News

Pakistan and its obsessions

These are busy times globally. Americans are busy with their elections with terrorism on their minds, the Europeans have Brexit and terrorism on their minds, and West Asians have only radical Islam and terrorism on their minds. China is busy taking ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 month ago
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