ould have become a nuclear power as early as 1984 but the then President General Zia ul Haq "opposed the move". He was addressing a gathering on the anniversary of first nuclear tests, which were carried out under his supervision in 1998. "We were able and we ... Business Standard, 6 hours ago
Pakistan achieved nuclear power in 1984, had planned nuclear test then: Abdul Qadeer Khan - DNA, 2 hours ago
Pakistan could have become a nuclear power in 1984, claims A.Q. Khan - The Hindu, 2 hours ago
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Karachi Halwa is a witty but insightful portrayal of Zia ul Haq's rule in Pakistan, authored by Ambassador Prabhu Dayal, who shares his recollections of that period and keeps you laughing throughout his account of the bumpy ride of Pakistan's ...The Statesman, 2 months ago
Pakistani journalists gather outside a court during a hearing in Quetta, Jan. 14. (Photo by AFP) By Kamran Chaudhry Lahore: This month Christians of Pakistan lost another "friend" after the Taliban killed a journalist in Karachi. Khurram Zaki, ...UCAN India, 1 week ago Colonial influence on Pakistan Pakistan Observer, 1 week ago This is the Pakistan of Zias dreams, not Jinnahs: author Mobarak Haider catchnews.com, 2 weeks ago Power Pak-ed with Military and Mullah New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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Each time a Pakistani leader reaches out to India, the Pakistani military reacts to remove the leader, argues former Ambassador to the U.S. Hussain Haqqani in his latest book ( India vs Pakistan: Why Cant We Just Be Friends? Pub: Juggernaut 2016).The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan's pliable Prime Minister Meri News, 1 month ago Panama Papers and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif BBC, 1 month ago 'Modi stands for Hindutva... India-Pak relations unlikely to improve' MSN News US, 2 months ago
One of the books that I have waited the longest to read is Baar-i-Shanasaee (The Burden of Association in English doesn't quite do justice to the evocative, aesthetic title in Urdu) by Ambassador Karamatullah Khan Ghori. I couldn't get hold of the ...Kashmir Observer, 2 months ago Pakistan up close and personal Arab News, 2 months ago
ISLAMABAD: President Mamnoon Hussain on Wednesday conferred 70 military and 84 civil awards upon various personalities from different walks of life for their meritorious services in different fields on the occasion of Pakistan Day. The Special ...The Express Tribune, 2 months ago President grants awards to military men Business Recorder, 2 months ago President confers 70 Military and 84 Civil Awards upon various personalities from different walks of life for their meritorious services in different fields on the occasion of Pakistan Day MediaLine Pakistan, 2 months ago
Lahore: Church leaders in Pakistan have reacted cautiously to a decision by the Lahore High Court that enables Christian couples to divorce for reasons outside of adultery, a motive that previously could only be used by men. Father Emmanuel Asi, ...UCAN India, 3 days ago Lahore High Court rules on divorce law, ends marriage discrimination for Christians Herald Malaysia Online, 3 days ago
By Sudhanshu Tripathi It certainly looks clear that all is not going well in Pakistan between its civilian government and an all-time powerful army. With the recent Panama Paper leaks having landed the sons and daughters of Prime Minister Nawaz ...Eurasia Review, 1 week ago The ever present civil-military acrimony in Pakistan South Asia Monitor, 1 week ago Emerging Civil-military row Daily Excelsior.com, 2 weeks ago
Prevailing wisdom would have one presume poverty and lack of education to be principal factors leading to extremism. Pakistan's landscape, in recent years, however presents evidence contrary to this belief. Recent cases of terrorist activities have ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago Skepticism remains over Pakistan's ability to end militant violence MENAFN, 1 month ago Riddles and enigmas: paradox of Pakistan Daily Times, 1 month ago In Pakistan, tackling extremism... LocalNews7.com, 1 month ago
ByS.Akbar Zaidi In days gone by, the explanations for not having peace between India and Pakistan were far simpler to analyse, as it was to identify institutions on both sides of the border which were reluctant to engage in any process to ...South Asia Monitor, 1 month ago The problem of making peace The Hindu, 1 month ago
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