Tag Archives: Kashmir Issue

Turkey’s Erdogan wants to help with Kashmir conflict

While Advisor on Foreign Affairs to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Shariff  on Tuesday described the Jammu and Kashmir dispute as “a burning issue requiring urgent international attention”, the foreign office spokesman in Islamabad welcomed Erdogan’s offer to help resolve K- issue Sartaj Aziz, the Advisor on Foreign Affairs to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, also said India’s bid “to portray the …

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Turkey warns allies about FETO terrorism

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan while addressing a joint press conference in Islamabad alongside Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday announced the Turkish government is determinedly taking on what he termed the Fethullah Terror Organisation (Feto). Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said, “We are in the process of warning all of our friends and countries across the globe with whom we have …

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India’s rise of the minorities

India has deliberately intensified war-like situation with Pakistan since September 18, this year when “four fidayeen, highly-trained militants who were carrying guns and grenades stormed a base in Uri, close to the Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan and killed 18 Indian soldiers, as Indian military sources said. In this regard, India’s top civil and military officials and their media …

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India’s Pakistan blame game – A threat to entire region

One sure sign of a failed state is that for every failure there is an scapegoat to lay the blame on. Fundamentalist government of PM Modi is slowly converting India into a failed state. For every security failure of their own they blame Pakistan for sponsoring terrorists for which they have yet to convince the world with evidence. Some states …

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PM Modi’s failure of diplomacy in occupied Kashmir

During his election campaign Indian PM Modi was considered a light weight in foreign affairs. On the domestic front his fundamentalist views were considered anathema to the secular ethos of Indian democracy. On both fronts he has proven to be a failure. Violence to punish consumption of beef against non-Hindus is on the rise creating unrest among Indian Muslims and …

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Insurgencies in India: Part 1

The states of India and Pakistan came into being in 1947 when the British let go of their imperial holdings in South Asia. India being the bigger one of the newly formed states has tried to play the role of the regional hegemon. This has not gone down well with Pakistan and they have fought three wars since independence.  Before …

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Give us back our mangoes

Line of Control

No sweets were exchanged by senior border security officials of Pakistan and India on Eidul Azha this year. The traditional gesture of goodwill repeated every Diwali, Eid and Independence Days of both countries was called off after salvos of Indian shell fire claimed the lives of four Pakistanis on the day of the religious festival. News sources are calling this …

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Between India and Pakistan who will make peace?

India-Pakistan Peace

Whether it is the local Prime Ministerial candidate, or the arms race in the South Asian peninsula, it takes no genius to comprehend the skewed dynamic between India and Pakistan. One decade into the 21st century, while India is becoming ‘mighty’, Pakistan is becoming is overwhelmed by poverty, political instability, and social unrest. India and Pakistan talk about clearing the …

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