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Kashmir: A hell in the heaven

Muhammad Serajuddin in Karachi Once Known as the Heaver on the earth, Kashmir , with its geographical stand between two frontal nuclear threats- India and Pakistan – has itself turned into a time bomb by now. The incident of Pulawma is not the first time that the world has narrowly escaped explosion of this time […]

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Chinese, Russian and Indian foreign ministers call for enhanced counter-terrorism cooperation

Leng Shumei Foreign ministers of China, Russia and India held the 16th trilateral meeting on Wednesday, calling for enhanced communication and cooperation in counter-terrorism cooperation. The ministers strongly condemned terrorism in all forms and manifestations. They called on the international community to strengthen UN-led global counter-terrorism cooperation by fully implementing the relevant UN Security Council […]

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Socialism and the case for expropriation

Andre Damon “Socialism is back in fashion,” declares the cover story of this week’s Economist, the British weekly newspaper founded 176 years ago. Despite proclamations of the “end of history” following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the newspaper roots the “remarkable” growth of popular support for socialism in decades of growing social inequality. “Socialism […]

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Assamese Muslims are being denied Indian citizenship

Asad Rehman in Islamabad Under the mask of democracy and secularism, Indian subsequent regimes dominated by politicians from the Hindi heartland—Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) have been using brutal tactics mercilessly in suppressing the insurgencies and separatist movements in various regions and provinces such as Kashmir, Punjab, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura etc. including […]