Special Editorial

The rise of Saffron terrorism alarms world

By Makhdoom Babar Editor-in-Chief A CIA Factbook has ‘revealed’ that India;s Saffron terrorism on the rise. The CIA report has named RSS, VHP and Bajrang Dal as dangerous fanatic religious outfits of India’s Brahaman Hindu and has termed that these militant groups are emerging as a serious security threat. The Daily Mail had already published a number of Investigative reports ...

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Tale of a Pigeon and a Monkey

By Makhdoom Babar Editor-in-Chief Arrested RAW officer Kulbhoshan Jadhev has told interrogators that at RAW headquarters, his code name for operations in Pakistan via Iran was ‘Monkey’. He also told Pakistani authorities that if they had to make RAW officials believe that Pakistanis have arrested their officer, they must tell them by a message coded as “we have got your ...

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China’s top Party Sessions to bring a new dawn of development , uplift

By Makhdoom Babar Editor-in-Chief Fourth annual session of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC), china’s top legislature, and the fourth session of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China’s top political advisory body, were inaugurated on March 5 and March 3, respectively. This year’s gatherings are being seen as a precious window for global ...

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When the Premier himself disgraces the Nation

By Makhdoom Babar Editor-in-Chief On the sidelines of SCO Summit in Russia, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif held an hour-long round of talks with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi. The meeting was not accidental or unscheduled as Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and India’s Ministry of External Affairs had long ago announced the possibility of the said meeting. It means that ...

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Modi disappoints Chinese leaders, global observers

By Makhdoom Babar Editor-in-Chief Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a State visit to China, on Friday disappointed his Chinese hosts on Friday when, he putting aside all norms of International Diplomacy and global political affairs, raised a very strong objection to China-Pakistan Economic projects. The Indian Premier, playing for the gallery back home and to shine his ...

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Presstitutes of Indian Media

By Makhdoom Babar (Editor-in-Chief) Indian Minister of State for External Affairs and former Chief of the Indian Army General (rtd) VK Singh has exposed the actual nature of the Indian media in a rather derogatory manner and it has earned him the immense wrath of not only the Indian Media but also that of the opposition parties in Indian Parliament. ...

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Is it shame for China?

By Makhdoom Babar (Editor-in-Chief) In its International Edition on weekend, US Newspaper New York Times published an article, titled ‘Shame on China”, written by a rather controversial writer Murong Xuecun. According to New York Times, this article was written in Chinese language and was published by the newspaper with the English translation by some Harvey Thomlinson. In the said article, ...

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