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Ankara should learn from Pakistan
Pakistan Observer

Ankara should learn from Pakistan

- General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq was a pious soldier, very different from the whiskey-swilling Yahya Khan, who ran Pakistan before Z A Bhutto took over following the war with India. Certainly such piety is to be applauded, but when a similar mindset is ... Pakistan Observer, 1 day ago

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The Freepress Journal

Recollections of a Communicator: Pakistan will never live down its 1971 war defeat

It was surprising to hear General Pervez Musharraf saying that the intrusion by the Pakistan Army in Kargil in 1999 was in response to India's role in the 1971 war which resulted in the creation of Bangladesh out of what was then East Pakistan. ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago Pakistan will never live down its 1971 war defeat  The Freepress Journal1 week ago The Destabiliser Within:Pakistan's Army Woes  New Indian Express4 weeks ago
DAWN Group

POA elections held on court order

LAHORE: Khalid Mahmood has been re-elected as secretary general of the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) by securing 93 votes out of 95 from the general body of the POA. The elections were held in a hotel on Tuesday for the tenure of four years, ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago All contesting candidates set to be re-elected to POA posts  DAWN Group3 weeks ago

Peshawar Army School Song: Where Have All The Flowers Gone?

Ever since US Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage threatened to bomb Pakistan to the stone age unless it joined the post 9/11 global war on terror, Pakistan has faced an existential tragedy of choice. It was being called upon to kill the ...
 The Sunday Guardian3 hours ago Peshawar school song: Where have all …  Yahoo! India1 day ago Pakistan death spiral dwarfs ISIL threat: Column  USA Today3 days ago
Nikkei Asian Review

The Gulf Arab foundations of terror in Pakistan

As Pakistan reels from yet another terrorist attack, this time on schoolchildren in Peshawar, the world is stunned and united in its pain at the loss of innocent women and children. The brutal tactics of the Taliban in Pakistan have been replicated ...
 Nikkei Asian Review16 hours ago Terror — a creation of Pak politicians  Hindu Business Line3 days ago Pakistan: Ill-served by 'strong leaders'  Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Pakistan's Fragile Foundations  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago
Nikkei Asian Review

India-Pakistan relations set tone for annual South Asian summit

It wasZiaur Rahman,the late president of Bangladesh, who came up with the initial idea for the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation. But India and Pakistan -- the two nuclear-armed rivals -- have been calling the shots since the first ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 day ago

Who is Robin Raphel, Pakistan expert under investigation?

By , Veteran diplomat Robin Raphel never shunned assignments in dangerous places — Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iraq among them — countries where strict operational secrecy might well save your life. During her long government career, from ...
 Washington Post3 days ago Who is Robin Raphel, the State Department veteran caught up in Pakistan intrigue?  Washington Post4 days ago

Lesson for Pakistan

Do not nurture snakes in your backyard There cannot be a more terrible reminder to the present and past rulers of Pakistan than the massacre of 132 children in a Peshawar Army school on Tuesday, that their patronage to terror elements can result ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago Pakistan's blasphemy law goes Bollywood  Human Rights Watch5 days ago Activists decry Pakistan's Geo TV sentence  Deutsche Welle3 weeks ago Pakistan's blasphemy laws explained  Gulf News3 weeks ago
New Age Bangladesh

Fascist War Against Humanity The slaughtering of over 140 children by the Pakistani Taliban is a grim reminder of how religious rights have no faith in democracy and its order. That they can kill any one at their own will and the authorities are left to ...
 Counter Currents1 day ago Pakistan's Tragedy, and Why 'Homeland' Is More Informative Than the News  Huffington Post UK3 days ago
Indian Express

Such a long nightmare

The warlord's story goes to the heart of who the Pakistani Taliban's leadership are. For the most part, the language we have used to describe the massacre of 132 school children in Peshawar has consisted of cliché: the perpetrators were evil, ...
 Indian Express2 days ago
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