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India Thinking Small, Again

India Thinking Small, Again Posted by Ahmed Quraishi on Oct 21st, 2010 ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—India is a big country with the brain of a mouse. Take this headline from India’s largest newspaper, Obama mission: Billions to Pakistan, billions from India – The Times of India I love the headline. It’s not wrong …

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feudalism boosts Taliban cause

Pakistan’s feudalism boosts Taliban cause ISLAMABAD: A bill aimed at redistributing Pakistan’s rich farmland is doomed to fail, like others before, because powerful feudal interests are opposed, even as the vast rich-poor gap gives the Taliban a powerful rallying cry. Land reform has become all the more necessary for Pakistan …

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Why Japan tilted towards India

Why Japan tilted towards India – Hindustan Times The Manmohan Singh government gives pride of place in its foreign policy to countries with the ways and means to transform India. The leader of the pack today, in a typically understated fashion, is Japan. The story goes back to the late …

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Can we change our ‘hate-India’ mindset?

Can we change our ‘hate-India’ mindset? ayesha.siddiqa@tribune.com.pk I must confess that the title of Air-Vice Marshal Shahzad Chaudhry’s piece “Can we change our ‘hate-India’ mindset?” was deceptive as it was more about Bangladesh than India. It also raised expectations, that perhaps the retired air marshal had re-thought the basic framework …

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Shireen Mazari Threats to Pakistan

The rulers and the ruled Wednesday, July 23, 2008 Shireen M Mazari Pakistan faces three major threats at the present time: the threat posed by the growing power of the extremists resorting to terror tactics; state terrorism from the US across the international border with Afghanistan and in cahoots with …

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British millionaire tries to buy Pakistani baby

British millionaire tries to buy Pakistani baby Baby Sarah  Sat, 23 Oct 2010 6:11p.m. British multi-millionaire James Caan has apologised for trying to buy a baby during a charity visit to Pakistan. The entrepreneur was in the flood stricken country to select a village to rebuild, when he suffered what …

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Calls for lifting ban on liquor at PTDC hotels

Calls for lifting ban on liquor at PTDC hotels  ISLAMABAD: The Senate’s standing committee on tourism will recommend lifting of a ban on the sale of liquor in government-run hotels and motels, enabling them to overcome financial difficulties. During a meeting to discuss the privatisation of hotels and motels run by …

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World’s Most Bravest Uniformed Ladies Women soldiers from around the world.

Algeria Australia Austria Bahrain Belgium Brazil Canada Chile China Colombia Czech Republic Estonia Finland French Germany Greece Holland India Indonesia Iran Israel Italy Japan Kenya Serbia Lithuania Mexico ———- Post added at 07:48 AM ———- Previous post was at 07:47 AM ———- Nepal New Zealand Norway Pakistan Peru Poland Portugal …

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The So-called Secular face of India

The So-called Secular face of India Written by Sajjad Shaukat On the one hand, India claims to be a secular state, while on the other it has broken all the records of violence, genocide and massacre perpetrated on various ethnic and religious groups entailing the community of its own lower …

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