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बीजेपी के 40 साल: अटल से मोदी युग तक, शून्य से शिखर की

देश की सत्ता पर काबिज भारतीय जनता पार्टी का गठन हुए आज 40 साल पूरे हो गए हैं. 6 अप्रैल 1980 को बीजेपी की नींव पड़ी थी...

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लॉकडाउन: EPF योजना में हुआ संशोधन, खाते से निकाल सकते हैं तीन माह का

भारत सरकार ने कर्मचारी भविष्य निधि योजना में संशोधन के लिए अधिसूचना जारी कर दी है जिससे लॉकडाउन के दौरान आर्थिक...

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CPEC TRANSPARENCY ISSUE HAUNTS PAKISTAN : By

Trump Administration has urged Pakistan to raise tough questions with China on debt, accountability, fairness and transparency. Alice Wells, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of States asked (Nov.21) why China is pursuing CPEC development model that has brought economic success only to them...

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CHINESE STRATEGY IN XINJIANG : By Manzoor

China Communist Party (CCP) Committee in Xinjiang issued (Nov. 2017) secret directive giving detailed orders for managing the indoctrination camps...

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Pakistan’s free pass to China over latter’s treatment of Uighurs is not going to last long : By Manzoor

New evidence unveiled recently has demonstrated the extent of China’s repression of its Uighur citizens in Xinjiang province...

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China’s dystopian cyber surveillance is encouraging despicable human rights violations against its ethnic minorities :By

Coming on the heels of its intensified crackdown the residents of Xinjiang province, recent reporting from The New York Times has revealed a much expanded surveillance by the authorities on Uighur Muslims...

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Pak origin terrorist create havoc in UK : By Manzoor

Umrao Khan, a Briton of Pakistani origin who was shot dead on the London Bridge after he stabbed two persons and injured more last week, could be one of the “20,000 Jihadi suspects in the UK on the radar of police and MI5,” according to The New York Times...

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Pakistan ditches Islam in China : By Manzoor

Pakistan, which calls itself a `saviour of Islam`, openly supports brutal suppression of Muslims in China...

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New Evidence on Xinjiang re-education camps opens up a Pandora’s box! : By

Documenting the extent of Chinese persecution of Uyghur minority people in the province of Xinjiang is a difficult task because of the very authoritarian nature of the state in China. In 2018, it was estimated that China had established over 100 camps in Xinjiang...

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Double whammy: Humiliation for Pak Army and Imran Khan : By Manzoor

The Pakistan Supreme Court’s direction to extend the services of the Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Bajwa, for six months is one of the strangest judicial orders which belittles the most powerful office in Pakistan and makes the government of Imran Khan look grossly incompetent in one...

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ARMY CHIEF TENURE: MAJOR CRISIS AVERTED IN PAKISTAN, FOR NOW : By

A major politico-legal crisis was averted in Pakistan over tenure extension to Army Chief, General Qamar Javed Bajwa. The Supreme Court granted only a temporary six-month extension after stipulating a law to be enacted within that period...

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A Paradigm Shift From Article-370 to Article-1 Done &

We may debate & deliberate about the modus operandi adopted in abrogation of Article-370, the fact of the matter is that, Article-370 stands pulled down...

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Top Indian Muslim Group's Support for Kashmir Policy Challenges Islamists' Religious Narrative : by Abha

India's largest Muslim organization recently backed the country's decision ending the special autonomous status of the Himalayan Muslim-majority state of Jammu and Kashmir, popularly known as Kashmir...

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US Congressman blames Pak-backed Jamaat-e-Islami behind Kashmir : By Manzoor

During a seminar hosted (Washington) by the Middle East Forum in association with South Asia Minorities Alliance Foundation and other prominent think tanks on November 13, 2019, US lawmaker from Indiana, Jim Banks expressed serious concerns over the growing influence of Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) in...

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China's Urban - Rural divide widens farmers cry : By

This year China's State Council issued its first policy statement centred on advancing rural development...

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A proposed power plant aggravates Pakistan's interprovincial water imbalance and deepens Punjab's dominance : By

Last month, on October 22, the Sindh Assembly strongly condemned the federal government's decision of issuing a no-objection certificate (NOC) to a power generation concern for developing a 25-megawatt hydropower project on the Chashma-Jhelum (CJ) Link Canal and adopted a unanimous resolution...

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‘This is a lopsided panel’: Kashmiri writer’s barb at US Congress hits

Sunanda Vashisht, a writer and Kashmiri Pandit, turned out to be India’s best defence at the hearing...

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US Congressman blames Pak-backed Jamaat-e-Islami behind Kashmir violence : By Manzoor

During a seminar hosted (Washington) by the Middle East Forum in association with South Asia Minorities Alliance Foundation and other prominent think tanks on November 13, 2019, US lawmaker from Indiana, Jim Banks expressed serious concerns over the growing influence of Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) in...

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WHO’S THE WINNER IN MAULANA’S SIT-IN? : By Manzoor

History has a way of repeating itself, more so in Pakistan. Situations may differ. Politicians come and go. But its army is constant.

On December 10, 2000, then military ruler Pervez Musharraf issued a pardon of Nawaz Sharif who he had deposed and allowed him to travel to Saudi Arabia...

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China’s Urban - Rural divide widens farmers cry : By

This year China’s State Council issued its first policy statement centred on advancing rural development...

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CHILD ABUSE IS UNABATED IN PAKISTAN : By

It was Kasur in Pakistan’s Punjab a few weeks ago. It is Rawalpindi now gaining notoriety for child abuse...

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Metro project under CPEC hurts Pakistan financially and

China’s quest to supplant the American influence in the geo-strategically important Pakistan led to the birth of China- Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), and its component-- Lahore metro train was supposed to bring an early triumph...

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China’s record of Internet Freedom is Very Poor! : By Manzoor

For the fourth consecutive year, access to the internet in China has been ranked the least free among 65 surveyed nations, according to the latest report by US Human Rights group Freedom House...

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Anti-India Labour Wants Indian Votes : By

The Opposition Labour Party of Britain is reported to have gone back to its patently anti-India resolution on Kashmir adopted last September...

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A proposed power plant aggravates Pakistan’s interprovincial water imbalance and deepens Punjab’s dominance : By

Last month, on October 22, the Sindh Assembly strongly condemned the federal government’s decision of issuing a no-objection certificate (NOC) to a power generation concern for developing a 25-megawatt hydropower project on the Chashma-Jhelum (CJ) Link Canal and adopted a unanimous...

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More than ten years after 26/11, Pakistan’s support to terrorist groups

More than a decade after the deadly 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, Pakistan remains a recalcitrant actor that it was a decade ago. Pakistan’s body politic has internalised the infection of terrorism even as this infection threatens its very survival...

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26/11 Mumbai attack; unabated Pak-terror on India

The unrelenting effort by India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi to highlight the dangers of terrorism and the need for united action has its genesis in the November 26, 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai...

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Another 26/11 anniversary, not an iota changes in Pak sponsored

Eleven years after the terrorist attack on Mumbai, masterminded by Pakistan Army in collusion with its terror proxy, Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT), there is no sign of the guilty being punished nor Pakistan giving up the policy of using terrorists as instruments of State policy...

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Imran Games Give Fresh Lease to 26/11

It was five months ago, Pakistan detained Prof Hafeez Saeed the mastermind of 2008 Mumbai terror attack, also known as India’s 26/11. What happened to him since then remains a mystery wrapped in an enigma. The Pakistani media is silent...

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Will anti-India rhetoric benefit Labour Party? : By

With uncertain chances of returning to power in December 12 polls under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, the Opposition Labour Party of Britain adopted an anti-India resolution on Kashmir in September 2019. It is a deception that the party had to adopt because the polls are barely a month away...

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Pakistan embarrassed globally by two annual US reports on terrorism : By Manzoor

In its latest annual ‘Country Report on Terrorism 2018’ (CRT), released by the US’s Department of State on November 01, 2019, accused Pakistan that on the one hand, it voices support for political reconciliation in Afghanistan, but on the contrary, Pakistani establishment did...

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Would China save Pakistan during FATF Presidency? : By

Following the taking over as head of FATF by the former Chinese Director-General of the Legal Department at China's Central Bank on July 01, 2019, Xiangming Liu remarked (October 30, 2019) that the aim of the FATF was not to sanction or punish any country and added that Beijing would work with...

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Pakistan forms a new unholy alliance : By Manzoor

Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia have formed an unofficial alliance which they hope will be backed, at least tacitly, by some rich Muslim nations as they step up maligning of India and its Kashmir policy...

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UNHR slams Pak for atrocities in the Kashmir under its control : By Manzoor

Pakistan has been misusing Anti Terrorism Act to target locals who have been raising issues related to the rights of the people and has imprisoned hundreds of individuals in the region, reveals the 2018 UNHR report...

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Whither `Naya Pakistan`? : By Manzoor

Pakistan’s economic collapse is inching closer to reality with the World Bank predicting an economic growth of 2.4 per cent for the next financial year as prices of commonly used food items skyrocket leaving the ordinary people struggling hard for even two meals a day...

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Is there another coup in the making? : By Manzoor

Pakistan’s Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa, who in August 2019, got a three-year extension in service, has yet once again hit the headlines; this time for having had a talk session with the business tycoons of Pakistan over dinner...

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China and its Muslim Ethnic Minorities: Persecution by various means : By

China’s persecution of the Uighur minority in Xinjiang is well known, but its treatment of other minorities particularly Hui Muslims, is not so well known. Recently, media reports including the one from New York Times dated Sept...

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PAK MEDIA CURBS MORE INSIDIOUS NOW : BY Manzoor

It is a given in Pakistan that among the first few things the person does on coming to power is to gag the very media that has helped in his ascendance. Confirming this, Prime Minister Imran Khan, darling of the media when seeking office, has turned its destroyer.
Media freedom is in peril...

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EUROPEAN LAWMAKERS DISAPPOINT, REBUKE PAKISTAN : By Manzoor

At two separate events in Brussels and Geneva, members of the European Parliament have backed India and have refused to buy Pakistan’s diplomatic shenanigans on the Kashmir issue that it is trying hard to ‘internationalize’...

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Pakistan about to go bust? : BY-


If recent economic data are any indicator, Pakistan is close to sinking like the Titanic. The Pakistan economy was already sinking when a desperate Imran Khan caved into the IMF demands in exchange for a breather of $6 billion...

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China perfects art of re-education: Sends minorities to jail!!! :

The Chinese State has released some eight White Papers on Xinjiang. The latest in the series were released in July and August 2019 respectively. The White Papers of the Chinese State are really outreach documents that aim to tell their side of the story...

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Abrogation of Article 370: A boon for Kashmiris : By Samuel

The provision of Article 370 in the Indian Constitution, to give a special status to Kashmir in the country and the Delhi Accord of July 24, 1952, between Kashmiri leaders and New Delhi, had once upset Pakistan so much that it rushed to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to complain that...

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HALF DEMOCRACY AND PERSECUTED PRESS IN PAKISTAN : BY- SAMUEL

That democracy and the press stand and fail together is a universally accepted truism. But its application is not always true in Pakistan. Here the rise or fall of democracy does not necessarily have a corresponding effect on the freedom of the Press...

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After Kashmir, Pak Generals stare at failure in Afghanistan : By-Manzoor

Pakistan is not only stoking violence in Kashmir but also in Afghanistan where it finds its violent and deceitful policy crumbling fast...

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J&K Narrative and Communication Strategy By-

The narrative on J&K in the international media since 6 August 2019 has been focused mainly on the impending social crisis that is predicted based on the curfew imposed by the State Government and restrictions on the use of mobile phones and internet...

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AL Qaida Chief in Pakistan: Trump warned against Islamabad - Manzoor

* Al Qaida chief could be in Pakistan: experts caution the U.S. against trusting Islamabad. A repeat of Osama bin Laden saga.
* Don’t make concessions that could hurt the US interests in Afghanistan...

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