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Ex-serviceman arrested for spying for Pakistan

Ex-Serviceman Arrested in Punjab for Allegedly Spying for Pak

An ex-serviceman has been arrested for allegedly spying for Pakistan's intelligence agencies, police said here today. Photographs of vital installations and movements of army vehicles, hand-made maps of restricted areas, photocopies of restricted ... Outlook India, 16 hours ago

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An ex servicemen caught spying for Pak

AMRITSAR :The State Special Operations Cell (SSOC) of Intelligence Wing have arrested an ex-servicemen spying for Pakistan and recovered sensitive material including photographs of vital installations , movement of army vehicles, handmade maps of ...
 Times of India16 hours ago Ex-serviceman caught 'spying' for Pakistan in Amritsar  Times of India2 hours ago
Eurasia Review

Pakistan Assessment 2015 Analysis

, at least four Shias were killed and another six were injured in a suicide attack during evening prayers at a mosque inside Qasr-e-Sakina Imambargah (Shia place of worship) located on Kurri Road in the New Shakrial area of Rawalpindi District in ...
 Eurasia Review1 day ago Pakistan Assessment - 2015  South Asian Terrorism Portal1 day ago Pakistan: Mounting Insecurity Analysis  Eurasia Review1 week ago

Pakistani TV soap operas a hit with Indian viewers

February 28, 2015 Each night at 8 pm, Deepti Sharma switches on her television in the northern Indian town of Mathura and opens a window onto Pakistan, regarded as an enemy after three wars between the two neighbours. Sharma, 55, is a recent ...
 Business Recorder4 days ago

Pakistan's rulers can deceive anyone and everyone

'For so long as the rulers of Pakistan remain committed to confronting and vanquishing India, they will sustain delusions, breed terrorists, and export them,' says Lieutenant General Ashok Joshi (retd). Image: Indian soldiers patrol the Line of Control. Photograph: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff/com   Part I of this column: Pakistan and its seven states of delusion The fourth delusion is that Pakistan is ideologically, morally, and legally justified in adopting all measures to take possession of ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago India vs Pakistan: Should we leave the politics out of cricket?  Sify2 weeks ago Wattoo voices concern over surge in sectarian violence  Business Recorder2 weeks ago India vs Pakistan and Twitter's Sunday Best: 10 Hilarious Reactions  NDTV2 weeks ago

India can have a friend and an ally in the liberals of Pakistan

This is written in solidarity with the Pakistani liberal, whose trauma and pain I understand and sympathize with. And whose frustration should be better understood by Indians. Pakistan's founder Jinnah said there was no difference between the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago It's time we shed a tear for Pakistan's other minority  Times of India1 week ago
Bangalore Mirror

From Peshawar to France 1915

The Pakistani writer Kamila Shamsie, whose astonishing prose encases vast tracts of history and the globe, has benefited greatly from her liberal, literary upbringing. A God In Every Stone (Bloomsbury 2014), Kamila Shamsie's sixth novel, is a ...
 Mumbai Mirror5 days ago Kamila Shamsie: From Peshawar to France 1915  Bangalore Mirror6 days ago

The plight of Punjabi language in India and Pakistan

There are 10 crore Muslim Punjabis in Pakistan who speak Punjabi but disown it as their mother tongue. They call Urdu as their mother tongue and the official language of Pakistani Punjab is also Urdu. Moreover, they write Punjabi in Persian script ...
 Meri News2 weeks ago Punjab Notes: No Punjabi please! We are Muslim Punjabis  DAWN Group2 weeks ago No Punjabi please! We are Muslim Punjabis  DAWN Group2 weeks ago Punjabi as a catalyst for regional and global trade — IV  Daily Times4 weeks ago

amit They don't have petrol, gas, electricity, water, food, but have nukes

In the run up to President Obama's visit, India had worked over time to tarnish Pakistan's image. On December 31, 2014, the Indian media created frenzy, that a Lashkar-e-Tiaba boat was intercepted by Indian Coast Guards. The storytellers said that ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Terror havens in Pakistan unacceptable; India true partner: Obama  24Dunia1 month ago Ahead of Barack Obama Visit to India, Pakistan Talks Border Violence, Terror  NDTV1 month ago US warns Pakistan against terror strikes: Concern for ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Beant Singh's assassin Jagtar Singh Tara to challenge extradition

Sikhs For Justice (SFJ), a US-based rights group, has hired top Thai attorneys to help former Punjab chief minister Beant Singh's assassin and Khalistan Tiger Force commander Jagtar Singh Tara challenge the Thai criminal court's order to extradite ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Former Punjab CM Beant Singh's assassin Tara to challenge extradition  Business Standard India1 month ago Former Punjab CM Beant Singh`s assassin Tara to challenge extradition  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Thai Authorities Arrest Pakistani Terrorism Convict  Leadership1 month ago
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