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Before a democratic government can stabilise, the middle classes, schooled in the Pakistan Military Academy narrative, start aching for another saviour on horseback, but none exists. In the current crisis in Pakistan, there has been some comment over
Yahya had told the journalist on the day of their meeting that he would be "at the front within 10 days" when the American talked about getting back to the General in ten days time on the issue of meeting the President again, according to recently
23 editor When an aggressor foresees the defeat coming, it resorts to massive killing and destruction of the habitats and tries to undo the fear of unknown. The recent killing of 24 Pakistani sleeping military men is the outcome of this American
December 17, 2011 Following the victory of the Awami League, India hoped relations with a new democratic Pakistan would improve. But the Pakistani army's brutal crackdown on March 25 changed everything. The sweeping victory of Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rehman'
Rather than going into the details and aftermath of the pre- and post-war events here, I would like to raise the question about the commission that was constituted to probe the causes and cardinal mistakes that led to Pakistan's dismemberment in 1971.
The long-standing issue of strategically important and resource rich Balochistan requires more attention than it has received ever since Pakistan’s inception. Balochistan being country’s largest but most unprivileged
Islamabad 15 December 2011: Air Chief Marshal, Rao Qamar Suleman, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force has expressed his extreme grief on the demise of PAF legend, a national icon and one of the founding
There is little doubt that Mascarenhas' reportage played its part in ending the war. It helped turn world opinion against Pakistan and encouraged India to play a decisive role. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi told the then editor of the Sunday Times,
On a recent visit to my old school in Karachi, I picked up an officially approved history book. The book recognises that East Pakistanis felt culturally subjugated and economically exploited by their dominant Western half. But it suggests the causes
24 editor Basing on tangible factors of its armed forces coupled with its nuclear strength, India claims to be the strongest military power in South Asia...India fought three wars with Pakistan out of which two ended in a stalemate and one in