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American War Hysteria and Marshall Plan

America lost its wars in Korea, Vietnam and Iraq with a loss of about one hundred thousand lives and 3.25 trillion in today’s dollar value. America didn’t learn lesson from wars and now is trying to find a face-saving way out of Afghanistan after wasting almost three trillion dollars and losing 3000 of its personnel. In recent past, America was ...

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Indian Army scraps Akash Missile system

NEW DELHI: The Army is likely to go for Israeli quick-reaction surface-to-air missiles (QR-SAMs) to take on enemy fighters, helicopters and drones after firmly rejecting any further induction of the much-touted indigenous Akash missiles. Defence ministry sources said the Army has made it clear that it does not want any more Akash regiments after it gets the first two ordered ...

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A Letter To World Muslim Leaders

We, as Muslims are going through the critical and troublesome time of the human history . Everybody from every corner of the cosmos are blaming Muslims for the uncertainty and creating the monster face of the world, which is untruth. Let me tell if Muslims of the world are terrorists then what America did in Afghanistan and Iraq ? killed ...

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A Letter To Pakistan Cricket Team

I am a Kashmiri from Indian administrated Kashmir , a die hard fan of Pakistan cricket team like other Kashmiri’s as well . Perhaps you are fully aware whenever any Kashmiri are cheered for Pakistan Cricket Teams victory was harassed and beaten up , or sometimes were charged with seditions and other draconian laws in Indian administration Kashmir , despite ...

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When facts speak…

Editor’s Note Pakistani nation has been facing variety of challenges right from the creation of this Islamic republic. It continues to face attacks from the first door unscrupulous enemy with an amazing consistency. Sometimes these attacks are in shape of imposing an overt war and the other times these attacks come in shape of covert operations through cultural invasion or ...

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India jails top spy from Pakistan

CHANDIGARH: The entry and capture of a white pigeon, apparently from across the border, in a border village of Pathankot in Punjab on Thursday has caused a flutter among intelligence sleuths and Punjab Police. This comes two days after an Intelligence Bureau (IB) alert to Punjab Police on the possibility of Indian Mujahideen being active in Jammu and Pathankot areas. ...

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Indian Army’s Brahmos Mystery

The Indian Army on Thursday released photographs and a statement concerning “successful” test firing of BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, only to withdraw them later without assigning any reasons. The Defence Wing of Press Information Bureau (PIB) first issued two photographs in the afternoon purportedly showing the launch of the missile from Car Nicobar Islands. A little later, a press release ...

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