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Indian belligerence

The ceasefire violations by Indian troops continue to wreak havoc in the lives of common people living across the line of control. On Wednesday Indian troops yet again resorted to unprovoked firing in Abbaspur sector of Poonch district in which two people were seriously injured. The incident, which is a …

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What makes India so crazy?

Indian continues to be the world’s largest importer of arms whereas the US has been the largest exporter of arms over the past five years, accounting for 34 percent of the world’s arms exports. According to report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) India has been the world’s …

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Chips of the same block

In a smart and surprise political move the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had dropped Haseeb Drabu from the council of ministers over his controversial remarks that Kashmir “isn’t a political issue” but a society with “social issues”. Drabu who formerly headed the Jammu and Kashmir Bank was currently serving …

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Humiliating politicians

It is second day in a row that cruel attempts to humiliate politicians at public places have taken place, which speaks volumes about the growing intolerance, prejudice and the hate-syndrome that has now overtaken our politics. A day after ink was thrown on Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif in Sialkot; a …

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Kashmir bleeds again

Blood bath of innocent and unarmed civilians in Indian held territory of Jammu and Kashmir goes on unabated. During the recent spate of violence occupation forces have killed at least six Kashmiri youth, which triggered massive anti-India demonstrations throughout the valley. According to Srinagar based news daily a complete shutdown …

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