Pakistan`s military ruler General Zia-ul-Haq had assured the then US president Ronald Reagan that Pakistan would not build an atomic bomb, documents declassified by the US`s premier spy agency CIA revealed. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in its ... Zee News, 2 months ago
Pakistan must know retribution will be devastating - Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Zia assured Reagan Pakistan wouldn't acquire n-bomb: CIA papers - Prokerala, 2 months ago
Recent suicide bombing at the mausoleum of renowned sufi of twelfth century, Lal Shahbad Qalandar, killed around a hundred people in Sehwan Sharif, Pakistan. Several bomb blasts have hit Lahore in the last two weeks, exposing the vulnerability of the Islamic ...Sify, 1 month ago
'The top-most functionaries and destiny-makers of the nation have thrown away the pretensions of statesmanship.''They seem to have made a categorical announcement that the next general election will be fought on the solo plank of Hindutva, rather than on good governance, economic development, and employment to youth', says Mohammad Sajjad. With the Janata Party's 'Open Passport Policy' in the mid 1970s, employment opportunities for the Muslims, along with Hindus, expanded in the Gulf ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
‘When it vanishes as a national force (meaning when it can no longer get sufficient votes to hold onto its symbol, the hand), it will not have been the first large Indian party to die,’ says Aakar Patel. How do political parties die? It is interesting to look at this as we observe the long and slow death of the Congress. India's oldest party was formed 132 years ago and has been out of power for only three years. But it is clear that as a national force it is comatose if not dead.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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