India’s Second Partition

By Asad Shabbir A few months ago, global netizens remarked upon seeing Kashmir-based Whatsapp users disappear from chat groups due to months of inactivity. In Srinagar, Kashmiris waited under curfew for the BJP government to provide a roadmap for the restoration of internet services. Perhaps Imran Khan’s words of warning at the United Nations General […]

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India against its liar-in-chief

Rajiv Kumar

Rajiv Kumar is a professor at the University of Heidelberg. He served on the faculty of Kashmir University from 1984-1990. He can be reached at rajivk100@hotmail.com.
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The past months in Indian politics have proved to be an eon; suddenly the all-conquering and all-powerful Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been reduced to his pitiable caricature. The tidal wave against him was accurately captured by a headline in the Asia Times, “Indians rise up against their liar-in-chief”. Only last May, Modi had […]

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Ruthless Indian Democracy

Rajiv Kumar

Rajiv Kumar is a professor at the University of Heidelberg. He served on the faculty of Kashmir University from 1984-1990. He can be reached at rajivk100@hotmail.com.
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Democracies in the West took a long time to brew and evolve with foundations based on oeuvre of philosophical underpinnings with many convulsions and wrong starts and restarts before being established firmly. Even after centuries of those traditions, the established democracies become lacking upon challenges from lawless groups and individuals and require unstinted vigil and […]

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A Kashmiri’s Love Letter To Kashmir

Kiran Butt

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The author is a Correspondent and Associate Producer at Indus News
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Born and brought up in Lahore, I always proudly introduced myself as a ‘typical Lahori’. But my grandmother constantly told me that we do not belong here and are settlers. The word “settler” always pinched me. I used to argue with my grandmother and tell her that I am a Lahori at heart and I […]

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KASHMIR AND NORTHERN EPIRUS: A COMPARATIVE LOOK

Paul Antonopoulos

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The author is the Director of Multipolarity Research Center. He regularly appears on Indus News, RT, Sputnik and PressTV.
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The Muslim-majority Kashmir region has embroiled India and Pakistan in conflict since they won their independence from British colonial rule in 1947. With the two countries fighting in three subsequent wars over Kashmir, each control a portion of the region, although the overwhelming majority in the Indian administered region want to leave the Indian Union […]

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NETANYAHU IS CREATING EXTERNAL THREATS AND DIVISION IN ISRAEL TO GET RE-ELECTED

In order to get re-elected come the 17th of September, current Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is looking to cause division amongst opposing Parties and seeks to scare the Israeli population into submission by creating conflict with neighboring countries.

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AFGHANISTAN IN FOCUS – PART THREE: OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM AND ‘THE THIRD GREAT GAME’

Paul Antonopoulos

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The author is the Director of Multipolarity Research Center. He regularly appears on Indus News, RT, Sputnik and PressTV.
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Before reading further, be sure to backtrack to Part One and Part Two first! The PDPA government would last three more years until the so-called betrayal of Abdul Rashid Dostum, general of the Afghan armed forces, who allied himself with the insurgent organization Shura-e Nazar, which would lead to the capitulation of the government in early 1992 […]

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PREREQUISITE OF AFGHAN PEACE PROCESS; CHALLENGING SITUATION FOR PAKISTAN?

Sabeen Arshad

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The author is a journalist, peerless writer, and poet with a passion for telling stories.
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Prime Minister Imran Khan made a visit to the US, to strengthen Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan in a bid to end its isolation. The Afghan peace process has entered a pivotal phase, making it even more problematic for Pakistan. As many had anticipated, Afghanistan remained the main point of consideration during the meeting held between […]

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Mohammad Haghbin Ghomi - Iran Consul General

IRAN’S WRONG, THERE’S NO WAY THAT BILATERAL TRADE WITH INDIA WILL REACH $30 BILLION

The overly optimistic expectation of the Consul General of Iran in Hyderabad that his home country’s bilateral trade with India will one day reach $30 billion totally ignores the fact that New Delhi is abiding by Washington’s unilateral sanctions against Tehran’s oil industry and therefore destroying the foundation of economic relations between them.

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