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Wikileaks Exposes The Bigger Game!

The WikiLeak’s disclosure of 90,000 documents from the US Afghan war-front show evidence that on-the-ground commanders believe Pakistani spy agencies are collaborating with the Taliban. This comes a day after Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen was snapped with Pakistani Generals discussing candidly the efforts by Pakistan against terrorism and violent […]

Sindh has always been a fertile and rich country. For thousands of years, it had maintained trade links with other countries, some of them in far-flung regions of the world. Historians have found evidence that ships carrying merchandise from Sindh regularly called at the ports of Egypt, Java, China and Sri Lanka. From these countries, […]

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Illogical blame game

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People who study current affairs and history can tell us that seldom it is heard that China blamed any nation or super power to interfere in its national affairs. But it is a reality that China too blames other nations but their way of complaining is very straight, decent and effective. Still we remember that […]

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It’s befitting that the issue of disaster management was highlighted at the recent 35th UNESCO general conference in Paris since it served as one ideal platform to remind the world community of the challenges which natural disasters posed and the consequences of inaction. It’s noteworthy that the Malaysian Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak  […]

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Is it a fact that US forces are on defeat in Afghanistan? How some one can declare its defeat in a battle field? It is not tactically safe to talk publicly about weaknesses in the war. But the question is that why American military and political leadership is telling the story of their weak position […]

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Winning Through Peace in Afghanistan For Half the Price of War A reassessment of the situation in Afghanistan is underway as the uncertainty of the upcoming runoff election amidst looming fears of a civil war have spawned jitters over troop deployment levels in Washington. At the heart of the crisis is our inability to define […]

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The triangle of Taliban, Pakistan and America is a knot whose split ends is difficult to locate. We all know how Pakistan and America launched Taliban movement in Afghanistan. But now the question is that whether Taliban has completed the task that was handed over to them or still it is incomplete? Or each corner […]

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It is said that politics is not the name of principles but rather it is the name of possibilities. Is this possible that all of us can achieve our ideals? The answer is no. So how can we say that we are successful in our lives? But if thought carefully we can get only those […]

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US’ constant quest for the control of world’s energy, serves as the main motive behind its arms deals with several Middle Eastern countries. US economic interests can be summarized as to a steadfast quest for the exploitation and control of the world’s oil and energy supplies. This is the reason it invaded Iraq under the […]

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People’s Party is isolated on the issue of National Reconciliation Ordinance. It happens in democracy that some times the ruling party is not supported by its allies. But in third world countries the situation gets worsened not only by the local parties but foreign hands are involved in destabilizing the governments. This may be the […]

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