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Pakistani author Mohammad Hanif has accused Pakistan establishment of abetting and supporting terror groups and creating an 'international jihadi resort' for these nefarious elements. Highlighting the coup by Gen Zia-ul-Haq as the starting point which tarnished the country and its democratic process, Hanif went on to state the Kargil War in 1999 was done as a dare with the Pak military not caring about the consequences, an attitude that is still prevalent today and showcased by the number of support for the PDM rallies in the country.


A video has gone viral on social media which showed Anti-India Zoom meeting being hacked by Indian hackers and disrupting their proceedings by playing loud music and trolling them live on air. The meeting was held to discuss India's amended land laws in Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistani backed panellist such as CJ Werleman who is a known pro-Pakistani commentator.


The number of Indian expats in Oman has plunged to 499,431, due to the governments ‘Omanisation’ process and the coronavirus...


To commemorate their leadership of hosting the upcoming G-20 summit, Saudi Arabia issued a 20 Riyal banknote which showed parts of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) as separate states from Pakistan. This comes with Islamabad constantly questioning the Arab kingdom's stand on the issue of Kashmir which has greatly irked Riyadh. Upping the ante against Pakistan, Saudi Arabia demanded the return of their $1 Billion loan to the Islamic Republic along with cutting off oil supplies on deferred loan repayment. The new notes is Saudi Arabia's anti-Pakistan stance and ignoring the status-quo which Islamabad wants to weave.


Abu Mohsin Al-Misri, Al Qaeda’s second in command in the Indian sub-continent, was killed in the central Ghazni province —...


Hassen Chalghoumi has long stood out against radicalized Islamists who have brought “shame on humanity” and spread hate and murder....


At the third India-US 2+2 dialogue, one significant pact was signed between the two sides - Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA). This agreement allows India to access the United States' vast array of satellite networks which will help Indian military to track, monitor and engage enemy targets with much better precision. With India now able to access the geo-spatial information intelligence, it gives New Delhi a significant bird's eye view, literally, to monitor any region of the country. It also comes in light of recent Chinese aggression along the Line of Actual Control and using this pact, India can keep an eye on China and also Pakistan for that matter. For the US, giving India access is a sign of growing trust and warmth and recognises New Delhi as a reliable partner and ally (even if not signed on paper) in the Indo-Pacific region. It is also one of the last four pending foundational agreements between the two sides.


At least seven people were killed and 123 others injured after an improvised explosive device (IED) went off inside a...


“Veni, Vidi, Vici,” said Julius Caesar after his swift victory at the battle of Zela in 47 BC, which translates...


Police officers in Rawalpindi have been banned from posting on the short video-making app, TikTok, after a video went viral,...

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