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US had warned Zia of Indian strike on Pakistan n-sites
Indian Express

US had warned Zia of Indian strike on Pakistan n-sites

US President Ronald Reagan had written the confidential letter to General Zia-ul-Haq on September 12, 1984. The recently declassified US State Department documents show that in September 1984, US President Ronald Reagan had warned Pakistan's ... Indian Express, 1 month ago
New Indian Express

'Pak under Zia promised less than 5% uranium enrichment'

Pakistan under dictator General Zia-ul-Haq's administration assured America of less than five per cent uranium enrichment, a promise that it later broke, newly declassified documents have shown amid reports that the US is considering acivil nuclear ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago 'Pakistan Under Zia-ul-Haq Broke Promise on Uranium Enrichment'  New Indian Express1 month ago Pakistan under Zia-ul-Haq broke promise on uranium enrichment'  Samaylive1 month ago

Who Killed General Zia Of Pakistan? Perhaps The Israelis, The US, Moscow; He Implemented Sharia Law And His Murder Remai

The smoldering ruins of a destroyed airplane and its dead human cargo in the bleak Pakistani desert are the final snapshots of a mysterious accident that took the life of a world leader a quarter century ago. General Muhammad Zia ul-Haq seized power ...
 MyInforms3 days ago

Why is Pakistan's army chief all over social media?

Is the army general more popular than the prime minister in Pakistan and what does that means for democracy? BBC Urdu's Amber Shamsi investigates. Just off the main road between the political capital and army headquarters lies a ramshackle set of ...
 BBC1 week ago Is Pakistan Power Center Losing The Script? Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago
Mid Day

Zia 2.0

He is everywhere in Pakistan. Visiting injured soldiers in hospitals, meeting with corps commanders and being photographed doing it, inaugurating civilian projects, praying with jihadis, and wearing turbans over fatigues. You would be forgiven if ...
 Mid Day2 months ago
Times of India

Religious intolerance in Pakistan

There is no space of religious tolerance in Pakistan's national and social polity. Since 2000 over 4,000 Pakistanis, mostly Shia Muslims, have been killed and 6,800 injured due to sectarian violence in the country. According the Human Rights ...
 Meri News1 day ago Pakistan religious body wants separate women educational institutes  Times of India1 month ago FUTURE OF PAKISTAN  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Pak religious body wants separate women educational institutes  Siasat Daily1 month ago

Live: They love Jinnah and hate Gandhi, India is sc**** up, says Tarek Fatah

19:08 (IST) Fatah charged with sedition in '78 "After the war, since the records went missing Pakistan agencies could not recognise me and I got a job as a producer in a Pakistani television channel. I was charged with sedition after 6-7 years ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago
Yahoo! India

The Afghan-Pakistani imbroglio

The recent visit of Pakistan's military chief previous Sunday has been shrouded in mystery and marked by controversies ever since it was announced. Apparently instigated by General Raheel Sharif, it comes just weeks after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ...
 In Defence Of Marxist4 days ago India and Pakistan Are Victims of Self-Induced Myopia  South Asia Monitor5 days ago Cricket diplomacy fails to thaw strained Pak-India ties  Business Recorder1 week ago Is it easier being a Muslim in India or being a Hindu in Pakistan?  Meri News3 weeks ago
Deutsche Welle

Why Pakistan persecutes the minority Ahmadi group

An angry mob in the Pakistani city of Jehlum burnt down a factory and a mosque belonging to the minority Ahmadi group on blasphemy charges. What are the reasons behind continued persecution of the Ahmadis? DW examines. In Pakistan, all you need ...
 Deutsche Welle4 days ago
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Afghanistan and Pakistan: The Poisoned Legacy of the Durand Line

Pashtun mujahidin on the Durand border line between Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1985 Historically, Afghanistan has lain astride the invasion route from central Asia into the Indian subcontinent. It was also the shortest route from central Asia to ...
 Huffington Post6 days ago Joseph V. Micallef: Afghanistan and Pakistan: The Poisoned Legacy of the Durand Line  MyInforms6 days ago
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