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Pentagon's Loss

From N.C.'s Writings Last month was observed the twentyninth death anniversary of General Zia-ul-Haq, Pakistan's third military dictator, who was killed in an air crash in that country in August 1988. Despite the repeated anti-US demonstrations (...) - 2017 ... Mainstream, 2 weeks ago
40 years of Zia Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Did Mossad kill Zia?

29 years ago this fortnight, Pakistan's dictator -- the general who made jihad an integral part of Pakistani State policy -- died in a mysterious air crash.Did the KGB, the then USSR's dreaded espionage agency, assassinate Zia-ul Haq?Was India's RA&W responsible for blowing Zia's military aircraft out of the skies?Was it Zia's many enemies in Pakistan's military?Was it a case of exploding mangoes as Mohammad Hanif speculated in his fascinating novel about Zia's death?Or was the assassin ...
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British writer questions Pakistan's hypocrisy over Rohingyas

A British freelance writer and photographer currently based in Pakistan has questioned Islamabad's hypocrisy over the Rohingya issue and said that the crisis in Myanmar has brought into focus the deplorable plight of Pakistan's own Rohingya population."Most Rohingyas in Pakistan have been unable to obtain citizenship and many do not even have a national identity card, preventing them from access to public schools, ...
 Rediff.com4 hours ago British freelance writer questions Pakistan's hypocrisy over Rohingya issue  catchnews.com1 hour ago
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'International community should take Pakistan to task over persecution of Christians'

Dr. Mario Silva, a former member of the Canadian Parliament and Executive Director of the International Forum for Rights and Security (IFFRAS), has appealed to the international community to intervene in the issue of the persecution of Christian minorities in ...
 catchnews.com5 days ago
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'Pakistani army officers don't want to join the ISI'

'The military in Pakistan is capable and self critical, but intelligence is stuffed full of lifers who resist change, which is why career soldiers in Pakistan try with all their might not to be transferred into the ISI.'   Adrian Levy, who co-authored The Exile, the story of Osama bin Laden's mystery years in Pakistan, discusses the Pakistan Deep State, the ISI and terrorism in this interview with Rediff.com's Nikhil Lakshman. Part 1 of the interview: The attack on Parliament and Osama's ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Would-be suicide bomber sheds light on suspected Pakistani militant web  Sify1 month ago Musharraf backs 'dictatorship in Pakistan  MSN India1 month ago
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Panama Papers end Nawaz Sharif's political innings, Shahbaz Sharif to be interim PM

Pakistan is back in political turmoil. Nawaz Sharif has stepped down as Prime Minister after the scathing verdict in the Panama Papers case, which disqualifies him for life from holding any public office. Now all eyes are on his successor: his brother, ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago PLAYERS IN PAK POLITCAL ROULETTE  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Abbasi named interim Pak PM till Sharif's brother becomes MP  Rediff.com1 month ago Nawaz Sharif: A prime minister who never completed his tenure  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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India, from the eyes of one who saw her birth

'Our biggest problem has been keeping this country together.''Nation building is never easy. It is a very difficult task.''Even 70 years is not too long a time.' An old time civility distinguishes Lieutenant General Anand Sarup, Mahavir Chakra. Decorated with the nation's second highest gallantry award for bravery in the 1971 War, the war hero is remarkably humble about his many military achievements. Just as India became free, he joined the Indian Army and has journeyed with the country from ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Sharif paid price for being democratic in military-dominated country: Defence expert

[India] July 28 (ANI): Defence expert Qamar Agha on Friday said that 'disqualified' Pakistan Prime Minster Nawaz Sharif has paid the price of being democratic in a military-dominated country. Pakistan's Supreme Court on Friday delivered its verdict in ...
 Sify1 month ago

For how long Sharif's been disqualified? Nobody seems to know.

Is Nawaz Sharif disqualified for life, or is there a possibility of him staging a comeback? A day after the Supreme Court disqualified Sharif from holding public office, legal experts and political observers appear equally confused, as are ordinary Pakistani ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago For how long has Sharif been disqualified? Nobody seems to know  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Who deserves to be India's President

'It was never the quality of the CV that defined an incumbent's performance or legacy.''It was that other, unquantifiable quality: Stature,' says Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: President Pranab Mukherjee with his likely successor, Ram Nath Kovind. Photograph: Kind courtesy @presidentofindiarb/Facebook Whether Ram Nath Kovind has the credentials to be India's 14th Rashtrapati or not is now a non-question. His committed backers will read his many achievements in public life 'in spite of' his humble ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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