KASHMIR AND NORTHERN EPIRUS: A COMPARATIVE LOOK

Paul Antonopoulos

Writer at Indus News
The author is the Director of Multipolarity Research Center. He regularly appears on Indus News, RT, Sputnik and PressTV.
Paul Antonopoulos

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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AUTHORITIES IN KASHMIR SAY 90% OF VALLEY FREE FROM RESTRICTIONS BUT STREETS REMAIN DESERTED

After a serious backlash from various nations of the world, international organizations and humanitarians, Indian authorities chose to shed light on the present day to day life in Kashmir. Authorities in Indian Kashmir said the Valley was free from day-time restrictions but people still chose to stay indoors as streets remained deserted with security personnel […]

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PRESIDENT ERDOGAN SPEAKS TO PM KHAN

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday called Prime Minister Imran Khan via telephone and discussed matters related to bilateral relations and regional issues with him. PM Imran Khan briefed the Turkish president of the current situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir. They also discussed the Afghan crisis. Pakistani PM assured Erdogan of his full support for peace […]

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PAKISTAN DAY BEING CELEBRATED

Pakistan Day is being celebrated across the country with traditional zeal and fervour. The day dawned with a thirty-one-gun salute in Islamabad and twenty-one-gun salutes in Pakistan’s four provincial capitals. Malaysia’s Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is guest of honour at a military parade being held in the capital, Islamabad. Contingents of the three armed services […]

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PEACEFUL AFGHANISTAN WOULD STRENGTHEN PAKISTAN’S ECONOMY: QURESHI

US-Pakistan relations were under strain because of FATF but because of Pakistan’s role in US-Taliban peace dialogues, the relationship with the US is going to take a new turn, said Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Sunday. The 14th Plenary Session of Parliamentary Union of OIC Member States will begin at Rabat in Morocco on […]

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INDIAN TROOPS MARTYR 3 YOUTHS IN PULWAMA

Three youths were killed in a gunfight with the government forces in Pinglish area of Tral in south Kashmir’ s Pulwama district on Sunday, army said. “Three militants killed. Operation in progress,” said an army spokesman in Srinagar. India’s Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora on Sunday said only Lok Sabha elections will be held for […]

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PAKISTAN DEMANDS ICC ACTION AGAINST INDIAN TEAM FOR WEARING MILITARY CAPS

Pakistan has asked the International Cricket Council (ICC) to act against Indian cricket team for wearing military caps in its match against Australia. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, in a statement, said that it is ICC’s responsibility to take notice of India’s politicizing the sport. Information minister Fawad Chaudhry, in a tweet, said if […]

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