The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2013

  by the State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China Foreword The State Department of the United States, which posed as “the world judge of human rights,” made arbitrary attacks and irresponsible remarks on the human rights situation in almost...


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No simple choice

by Muhammad Amir Rana   THE situation is not just about talks vs operation. The plot is far more complex than it appears. At the moment, an operation seems to be the better option; but there are many constraints. And as opposed...


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The Osama Bin Laden Files: No Photos, No Videos.

  On May 2nd, 2011, US President Barack H. Obama announces to the world that Osama Bin-Laden had been killed by US Navy Seals (Seal Team Six) in an special operation in Abbottabad, Pakistan “Good evening. Tonight, I can report to the American...


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13 years of war for what?

    Tariq Ali 05 February 2014. Posted in News (http://stopwar.org.uk/news) Twelve years ago, a few weeks into the occupation of Afghanistan, I suggested (in these pages) (http://www.theguardian.com/world/2001/oct/10/pakistan.comment) that the euphoria aroused by an easy conquest was misplaced. It would be a long war and one of...


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Pakistan stung by Iran pipeline blow

  By Syed Fazl-e-Haider  Iran has not only canceled a US$500 million loan promised to Pakistan last year to help fund its construction of pipeline to bring natural gas from Iran; it has also said it will demand compensation if Islamabad fails...


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Nelson Mandela: Obama, Clinton, Cameron, Blair – Tributes of Shameful Hypocrisy

  Accusing politicians or former politicians of “breathtaking hypocrisy” is not just over used, it is inadequacy of spectacular proportions. Sadly, searches in various thesaurus’ fail in meaningful improvement. The death of Nelson Mandela, however, provides tributes resembling duplicity on a mind...


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Pakistan: A Bandit Territory?

by Saira Bukhari   Once upon time 95 million Muslims used to live with Hindus and Sikhs in the British ruled Sub-Continent under the circumstances which were not less than a can of worms for them. They were deprived of their religious, political,...


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The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2013

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No simple choice

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The Osama Bin Laden Files: No Photos, No Videos.

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13 years of war for what?

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Pakistan stung by Iran pipeline blow

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Nelson Mandela: Obama, Clinton, Cameron, Blair – Tributes of Shameful Hypocrisy

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Pakistan: A Bandit Territory?

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Nothing can stop Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline

Nothing can stop Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline

Written By Rehan on Thursday, 07 February 2013 02:53

Pakistan Ambassador to Tehran says nothing can prevent the progress of the multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project.Khalid Aziz Babar said on Wednesday that based on an agreement signed between...

Pakistan ranked 33 in Transparency International’s most corrupt nations

Pakistan ranked 33 in Transparency International’s most corrupt nations

Written By Rehan on Wednesday, 05 December 2012 19:00

Islamabad: The Transparency International on Wednesday issued annual report over corruption in 2012, raising the Pakistan rank from 42 to 33.The 2012 index ranks 176 countries by their perceived levels...

Pakistan set to form new counter-terrorism body

Pakistan set to form new counter-terrorism body

Written By Rehan on Friday, 07 December 2012 06:30

Pakistan government has approved a draft law to establish a new counter-terrorism body in order to counter growing insecurity across the militant-riddled country. Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira said the new...