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Netanyahu Secretly Met UAE FM in New York

Ties with Qatar: Saudi Arabia demands dismissal of more than 50,000 Sudanese workers

Wind of true change: The changing political scenario of Pakistan

Can Russia help Pakistan to control militancy in Balochistan?

US allegations: Why Pakistan cannot contain extremist groups to raise funds?

New sanctions: US’s nefarious design to install Washington friendly govt in Tehran

ABNA | Houthi: Yemen ready to participate in any confrontation with the Zionist Israel

SUCH TV | PM Nawaz should decide to step down by tonight: Khursheed Shah

Bahraini inmates seeking medical attention punished with torture, solitary confinement

Obama official: Israel intelligence supports Iran deal

As 75 percent of Americans fear ‘Major war’ under Trump

China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff: Report

Botched US Drone Strike Kills 15 Afghan Police

Macron, Netanyahu and Holocaust

MEHR NEWS | Saudi bombing of Yemen’s hospitals ‘war crime’

Saudia’s next battle ground: Turning Qatar into another Yemen

Brutal executions as a political tool against Shittes in Saudi Arabia

The sealed fate of Nawaz Sharif: Would SC send PM behind prison?

Saudi security system overhauled on overnight royal decrees

Pakistan’s former chief of army staff: Iran is the only country that has challenged U.S.

Indian Scientists Discover Supercluster of Galaxies

Israeli General: We Won’t Let Iran Win the Syrian War

Turkey state news agency leaks secret locations of US, French troops in Syria

Shiites subjected to strains, abuses in Azerbaijan

Chutzpah: India wants to fight ISIS in Iraq

Shafaqna Exclusive: What is inside the classified Volume 10 of the JIT report?

Hindu nationalism risks pushing India into war with China

Trump ends CIA arms support for anti-Assad Syria rebels: Who believes?

How Raheel Sharif’s appointment will push Pakistan into another war?

Shutting Iranian cultural mission: Did Saudia threatened Kuwait by Qatar like consequences?

Houthi forces kill 3 soldiers inside Saudi Arabia

US airstrikes in Iraq and Syria kills 12 civilians per day

Plan of the United Arab Emirates to divide Yemen

JIT law firm is ‘one man show’

Cost benefit analysis: Why India cannot wage a war with China?

Stranded at border: Why Pakistan always neglected Shia pilgrims?

Hanging fate: What is better choice for PM, NAB or Court’s verdict?

Ayatollah Sistani: silent force behind ISIS defeat

NA-260 polls: How terrorists became blatant stakeholders in the constituency?

Mirzakhani, Iranian mathematician, was terrorized biologically in US; Russian intelligence services reveal

US speeds up military aid to PKK/PYD

US military, intelligence bodies harbor terrorists in region: Iranian lawmakers

Russia concerned of ISIS members being transported by unidentified helicopters to Afghanistan

ISIS, Al-Nusra, Al-Qaeda Get Their Money and Ideology From America’s Allies

SHAFAQNA | 8 British Muslims kick off Hajj journey on bikes

Spanish football federation chief arrested in fraud probe

SUCH TV | Russian airstrike obliterates Daesh ammo truck in southern Raqqa

China ‘Ready’ for Long-Term War With India

Intelligence Reports Suggest IS Leader Al-Baghdadi is Still Alive

Hazara's again: Four Hazaras shot dead near Mastung as gunmen open fire on vehicle

Confession of Saudia Iqama: Is Nawaz Sharif has been screwed?

Leaked documents reveal Saudia and Emirati crown princes support for Al-Qaeda and ISIS in Yemen

An inside informer to JIT: Who betrayed Sharif family?

Arrival of Qatar Foreign Minister: Is there give and take on Panama case?

Why West created ISIS?

Ruthless Saudi crackdown continues in Shiite regions with US green light

MEHR NEWS | Iran may opt to drop N-deal in face of major violation by US

ALMANAR | Saudi Arabia’s Rule: Grandson’s Era, Hatred Era

IQNA | Egyptian Qari Says Mostly Inspired by Minshawi

PRESS TV | US adding new sanctions against Iran over missile program

LUBP | Mr Sharif please don’t resign

Party rifts: Why is Ch Nisar angry over PM?

Pakistan’s journey to terrorism: From Madrassahs to high grade universities

Using the analogy of Gullen for Imran Khan: Is PML-N portraying PM as Erdogan?

End of Panamagate: All stage set to disqualify PM

Israel’s diplomatic expansion in the face of Arab retraction

Iran’s Zarif hopes Yemen war does not lead to Iran, Saudi conflict

Iran warns US of 'big risk' if it blacklists IRGC

At daggers drawn: Chinese cross border rocket attack kills 158 Indian soldiers

Takfiris fight each other as Assad ouster fades away

Trump Puts US Centcome in Al-Udeid on Auction to Blackmail S. Arabia, UAE

Saudi Arabia’s march towards civil war

What is the the Int'l Plot against Syria Using Refugee Issue?

Prof. Stephen Hawking Says Alien Life is Real, Warns Humans Not to Make Contact

A wind of change: Pakistan towards a corruption free state

Where the law prevails: Iranian president’s brother arrested on financial crime charges

US divorce to Pakistan: Would Russia take the revenge?

JIT Report: Top 10 legal minds on what next

Explosion hits Peshawar's Hayatabad, 2 FC men martyred several injured

Washington Post: US intelligence confirms UAE planned Qatar fake news hack

Saudi Arabia recognized death of 155 of its soldiers and commanders in Yemen

Ex-Saudi Crown Prince's Absence in Funeral Prayer for Uncle Proves Rumors about House Arrest

A message by Iran : Our forces can combat US troops 

Saudi breeds ‘fodder for terrorism’, says former British ambassador

Qatari camels die of thirst after farmers kicked out by Saudi Arabia as diplomatic rift deepens

Should Pakistan allow Jhadav’s mother to Pakistan?

CIA Agent Confesses On Deathbed: ‘We Blew Up WTC7 On 9/11’

Dump the Trump: Anti-Trump protests held across US demanding impeachement

Trying to protect Saudi Arabia,UK refuses to publish report on ‘funding of extremism’

Is Ch.Nisar happy over PM’s indictment?

A secrete story of success: How Pakistan helped Iraq in defeating ISIS?

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TASNIM | Saudi Hypocrisy Targeting Qatar Nothing but Insanity: US Analyst

SHABESTAN | Ten days of blessings is a golden chance to explain Islamic joy based on Rizvi culture

IQNA | US Supreme Court Asked to Overturn Muslim Ban Ruling

PRESS TV | Iran blasts Israel’s closure of al-Aqsa Mosque

Al-Qaeda-Linked Filmmaker's Work on CNN Syria Documentary Unmentioned by Network

Tillerson's failed attempt: Did Saudia demand a regime change in Qatar?

Cholera outbreak in Yemen poses risk to Hajj pilgrims: WHO

A crooked PM: Another corruption scandal embroils Netanyahu

India


Can Russia help Pakistan to control militancy in Balochistan?

1396/5/1 | 19:54
  The Balochistan provincial government has received an Mi-171E non-combat helicopter from Russian helicopters, Russian news agency Tass reported.     The Mi-171 is a civilian variant of the Mi-17 military cargo helicopter, which is already in service in the Pakistan Army.   The Mi-17 is widely used across the world due to its reliability and ability to operate in all climates, and could be used by the provincial government to transport cargo or passengers, or as an emergency response aircraft.   The Balochistan ...

China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff: Report

1396/4/31 | 19:54
  The Chinese Army moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military hardware into the remote mountainous Tibet region after the standoff with Indian troops in theDoklam area in the Sikkim sector , the mouthpiece of the PLA said . The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet by the Western Theatre Command - which oversees the restive regions of Xinjiang and Tibet, and handles border issues with India, reported the PLA Daily, the official mouthpiece of Chinese military. The move took ...

Hindu nationalism risks pushing India into war with China

1396/4/30 | 19:54
The election of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has fueled the country's nationalist sentiments and pushing it to war with China, state-sponsored daily Global Times said in an analytical piece on Thursday.     ‘Since Indian troops illegally crossed into the Doklam area, China and India have been locked in a stand-off for over a month. Regardless of China's call urging India to withdraw its troops that have crossed the border, New Delhi has continued its provocation. At the same time, anti-China sentiments are rising in India ...

Chutzpah: India wants to fight ISIS in Iraq

1396/4/30 | 19:54
  On July 9, Iraqi prime minister Haidar al-Abadi paid a visit to Mosul which was liberated from the US-Israel created ISIS terrorists after eight month battle. He congratulated Iraqi army, Shi’ite fighters and Iranian military advisers over the strategic victory.     Washington never stopped lying about its support for Baghdad to defeat ISIS, which according to Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is doing Israel’s dirty work in Iraq and Syria.     Now, as the ISIS gets its AZZ being kicked in both ...

Indian Scientists Discover Supercluster of Galaxies

1396/4/30 | 19:54
  Indian scientists have now claimed to have discovered an extremely large supercluster of galaxies. The supercluster of galaxies is as big as 20 million billion suns and named Saraswati by scientists from the Pune-based Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA). Discovered by four scientists — Shishir Sankhyayan, a PhD student at the Pune-based Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), IUCAA research fellow Pratik Dabhade, Joe Jacob of the Newman College, Kerala and Prakash Sarkar of the Jamshedpur-based ...

Cost benefit analysis: Why India cannot wage a war with China?

1396/4/29 | 19:54
  China has conveyed to foreign diplomats in Beijing that troops of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) have been waiting patiently at the Doklam plateau in a standoff with Indian troops, but will not wait for an indefinite period, the Indian Express.   Quoting an unnamed P5 official privy to the briefing, the newspaper said the diplomatic community in Beijing is worried and some have conveyed this message to their Indian counterparts in Beijing and Bhutanese counterparts in New Delhi.   Last month, Indian troops blocked ...

China ‘Ready’ for Long-Term War With India

1396/4/28 | 19:54
Chinese forces are holding an increasingly large series of live-fire training drills in Tibet, reflecting soaring tensions with neighboring India, while Chinese state media outlets suggest the nation is gearing up for a possible “long-term confrontation” with India over the border region.   The tensions center on the border region of China, India, and Bhutan. China was trying to build a road in remote Dokola, when Indian ground troops streamed across the border to stop them. The construction has stopped but it has left scores of ...

Israel’s diplomatic expansion in the face of Arab retraction

1396/4/27 | 19:54
One of the manifestations of the fragmentation of the Arab nation is the decline of the Palestinian cause on the list of regional government priorities.   Palestine was the focus of the Arab unity project from the start of the occupation nearly seventy years ago, but no more. There are many reasons for this decline, including US hegemony in the Middle East and the evil alliance against the Arab people and their aspirations. This has pushed many Arab countries not only to abandon the Palestinian cause, but also to seek normalisation with ...

At daggers drawn: Chinese cross border rocket attack kills 158 Indian soldiers

1396/4/27 | 19:54
At least 158 Indian soldiers have been killed on Monday as China fired rockets across the border on Indian border installations.Reportedly, several soldiers were wounded in the attack .  The development came in after China flexed its political muscle in the area today close to Tibet border with a fully equipped brigade indulging in live ammunition drill, China’s state television reported. A two-minute footage that was broadcast on China Central Television showed the soldiers attacking an ‘enemy position’ using rocket launchers, machine ...

Should Pakistan allow Jhadav’s mother to Pakistan?

1396/4/25 | 19:54
Pakistan is mulling issuing a visa to the mother of Indian spy Khulbushan Jadhav on compassionate grounds. Pakistan has not given this issue even a second thought. And so plays out contradicting stories from the media of both countries.   Pakistan would do well to tread very carefully. Already its overt use of the death penalty is under review at the United Nations. The concern here is that this has prompted the country’s apparent U-turn. Meaning that once the spotlight fades as the country gets down to the snail-paced business regarding ...

Cannot solve Kashmir’s issue on gunpoint: Congress leader

1396/4/19 | 19:54
After Congress leader Saifuddin Soz went viral, the Indian National Congress camein to defy Soz said that instead of firing on people in the Valley, Prime Minister Narendra Modi must involve in bilateral talks.    Soz had said that he would have kept Burhan Wani alive for sake of dialogue. “Being a Kashmiri, Saifuddin is much more aware about Burhan Wani’s matter. There are Wani’s supporters in large number. One cannot solve any matter on gunpoint. Instead of firing on people, the Prime Minister must hold bilateral talks with people ...

How Burhan Wani changed the narrative of Guerrilla warfare in IOK?

1396/4/18 | 19:54
Nobody knew in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) that a 22-year-old boy will change the narrative of guerrilla warfare by mounting a challenge to the massive Indian security grid. That, too, without concealing his identity.     He appeared with his real name. Showed his presence in combat uniform from dense forests and lush green orchards in the south of IOK and ruled over the hearts of the young generation of Kashmir across the Line of Control (LoC).     The boy was born in September 19, 1994 at Dadsara village of Tral ...

Why Hindutva loves Israel?

1396/4/18 | 19:54
  With Narendra Modi’s ‘groundbreaking visit’ to Israel, India seems to have traversed the distance of 70 years and bypassed a long history of standing by the dispossessed Palestinians in the blink of an eye.      Israel has been one of India’s largest suppliers of arms – many of them US-made and provided with the help of the US taxpayers’ money – after Russia and the US. Of course, Washington looks the other way. Thanks to those exports to India, Israel has been earning more than a $1 billion annually in addition ...

Why is world silent on use of chemical weapons in occupied Kashmir?

1396/4/16 | 19:54
  Indian occupied forces are using ammunition containing chemical agents to kill Kashmiris and destroy their properties in the disputed region, the Foreign Office said on Thursday.     “If use of chemicals in the ammunition is confirmed, then it would constitute a serious violation of international norms and India’s international obligations under Chemical Weapons Convention,” FO spokesperson Nafees Zakariya told journalists during a weekly press briefing in Islamabad.     The FO spokesperson called upon ...

Indo-Israel honeymoon: Why Pak-Iran alliance has becomes a reality?

1396/4/16 | 19:54
  Amidst the tumult in global affairs, the Indo-Israeli relationship has emerged as a steady bilateral alliance, surprising to some, while others have been watching the ties between Tel Aviv and New Delhi grow over the decades.     Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Israel seems to have cemented this alliance, as the warm embrace between the Indian premier and Benjamin Netanyahu on the tarmac of Ben Gurion International Airport on Tuesday showed.      However, the visit has sparked an interesting reaction  from ...

Palestinians angered by Indian leader Modi's 'biased' Israel visit

1396/4/16 | 19:54
Ramallah has expressed disappointment at Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's refusal to visit the Palestinian territories during his state visit to Israel.   Palestinian Deputy Foreign Minister Tasir Jaradat told Al Jazeera that the Indian leader's historic visit to Israel would be overshadowed by his decision not to meet President Mahmoud Abbas during the three-day tour. "We expected him [Modi] to visit both Israel and Palestine," Jaradat told Al Jazeera."To play an important role between the two sides and to be able ...

Modi sells India as ‘cash cow’ to isolate Pakistan

1396/4/15 | 19:54
  Last month, taking a cue from Saudi ‘royals’  Indian prime minister Narendra Modi  tried to sell India to US president Donald Trump as cash cow in order to isolate Pakistan.   Modi went to United States with three main objectives; 1) convince Trump to list Pakistan as a terror-sponsoring state like Iran, 2) keep US-NATO forces in Afghanistan. 3) buy arms from US to bully both Pakistan and its regional ally China.   Trump likes countries which can invest billions of dollars in America to boost country’s shrinking ...

Why is Pakistan annoyed over US decision on Kashmiri freedom fighter leader?

1396/4/15 | 19:54
  On June 26 the US State Department designated Hizbul Mujahideen and United Jihad Council (UJC) commander Syed Salahuddin, as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) under Section 1(b) of Executive Order (E.O.) 13224, which “imposes sanctions on foreign persons who have committed, or pose a significant risk of committing acts of terrorism.”   The sanctions on Salahuddin, who operates Hizb and UJC from Azad Kashmir, expectedly drew a strong reaction from Islamabad. The Foreign Office called out Washington ‘equating freedom ...

Supreme leader’s call on Kashmir: A big blow for India

1396/4/14 | 19:54
  Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei on Monday urged his country's judiciary to extend support to "oppressed" Muslims in Kashmir.     Ayatollah Khamenei called on the Iranian judiciary to firmly declare support or opposition to legal and humanitarian issues, such as sanctions, terrorism and oppressed people in the world, in order to reflect its stance on them "throughout the world".     Ayatoolah Khamenei had met with government heads and officials belonging to the judicial system.The Iranian leader also ...

Visiting Israel: Is Modi isolating India from Muslim countries?

1396/4/13 | 19:54
  Narendra Modi becomes the first Indian prime minister to visit Israel when he arrives on Tuesday, the result of growing ties that have led to billions of dollars in defence deals.     Israel, in constant search of allies to vote in its favour at UN bodies as well as business partners, has been portraying the visit as historic.     Israeli analysts have also noted Modi will apparently not travel to Ramallah to meet with Palestinian leaders during his three-day stay, as is common for many foreign dignitaries. Modi ...

Kashmiris are not humans: US answer to Kashmir call for Indian atrocities?

1396/4/11 | 19:54
  The US State Department listed Syed Salahuddin, a Pakistan-based Kashmiri separatist leader, as a specially designated global terrorist.   What Mr Trump and his administration have succeeded in doing, however, is making clear to the people of IHK that they do not matter.     Suffering a spell of fresh and severe repression since the popular protests over the killing of Burhan Wani last July, the plight of the people of IHK did not merit a mention in any of the official statements or discussions between the Indian and ...

Wake-up Israel! Messiah is coming

1396/4/10 | 19:54
  Indian prime minister Narendra Modi is visiting the Zionist entity next week to attend 25th anniversary of India-Israel marriage against Muslims.Jewish media is bending backward to show their excitement over the 2-day visit on July 4.     “Unlike the Trump visit, this one will mark an historic occasion: the first-ever by the prime minister of this country. This individual presides over an economy that is growing at a dizzying pace and could one day emerge as the world’s largest.     Yet days before the ...

Meeting of two terrorists: Why is US silent on Indian terrorism inside Pakistan?

1396/4/7 | 19:54
US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embraced each other as friends and partners Monday, vowing to work more closely on combating terrorism, the war on Afghanistan and defence cooperation. The two leaders called on Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch terrorist attacks on other countries, a statement from the White House said. At this occasion, the US State Department imposed sanctions Monday on Syed Salahuddin, the senior leader of the Kashmiri group Hizb-ul-Mujahideen. The move means the ...

Another confession of Yadav: Has Pakistan failed to convince world about Indian terrorism?

1396/4/4 | 19:54
  The ISPR on Thursday released another video recording of convicted Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav in which he gave further information about his subversive activities in Pakistan.       It is a welcome opportunity for an establishment that has long bristled at the world’s dismissive attitude towards its regional concerns.     For Jadhav, making a clean breast of what he has been orchestrating in this country has no obvious downside: he has already been found guilty on all counts and sentenced to death by ...

Has Pakistan decided to soften its stance on Kulbhoshan Yadav?

1396/4/1 | 19:54
  Pakistani High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit has hinted softening stance on Indian RAW agent Kulbhushan Yadav, saying that there was room for a rethink on the case.   In an interview with Indian paper The Hindu, Abdul Basit said Kulbhushan Jadav has some steps to go in the appeal process in Pakistan.   The High Commissioner said, Kulbhushan, who was awarded death sentence by Field General Court Martial on charges of espionage, would be able to appeal for clemency first to Pakistan Army Chief and the President Husain ...

Backing India for NSG: Would China succumb to Russian pressure?

1396/3/30 | 19:54
  Released barely a week before the upcoming plenary meeting of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) from June 22-23, King’s College London has released a damning report on Indian nuclear programme which concludes that the strategic trade with India will enhance its nuclear weapons latency and enable it to push for a third `breakout’ of nuclear weapons.     A similar conclusion was drawn by Harvard University Belfer Centre’s recent report, titled ‘Indian Nuclear Exceptionalism’, which concludes that India has ostensibly ...

Pakistan lifts Champions trophy: Defeats India by 180 runs

1396/3/28 | 19:54
Pakistan has lifted the Champions trophy by defeating India with a huge margin of 180 run and securing the title of winner of Champions trophy 2017. In a high voltage final between arch rivals, Pakistan set a massive target of 339 runs to win for India but all the Indian batsman returned to pavilion at 158 runs.   Pakistan's Fakhar Zaman hit a maiden hundred while Muhammad Aamir dismantled the Top Indian batting order by clinching 3 wickets.   Hardik Panday was only Indian batsman to hit fifty.   ...

India, Pakistan to battle for ICC Champions Trophy 2017 crown

1396/3/25 | 19:54
THE OVAL: It will be a high-octane clash as India will look to beat Pakistan once again in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 this Sunday when the two traditional rivals go head to head once more.  India beat Bangladesh on Thursday by nine wickets to set up a much-anticipated clash with arch rivals Pakistan at The Oval this Sunday. India and Pakistan have squared off once in this tournament in which the defending champions were just too good for the unpredictable green shirts. However, this time around, the match is bound to be an exciting ...

Shias of Kashmir: Socio-political dilemmas

1396/3/25 | 19:54
  Come Muharram, the month of mourning, Kashmir’s Shia-dominated areas come alive with black banners, and now increasingly, with portraits of religio-political revolutionary leaders from Iran and beyond.   The banners of modern day Shia icons from Iran to Lebanon in Kashmir illustrate how the Shia resurgence has spilled over borders, into places like Kashmir with small Shia populations with their own troubled history.   This new assertiveness from a community which till recently would observe Taqyah (1), or dissimulation, ...

Chinese warships at Karachi: An overt message to India against misadventure?

1396/3/23 | 19:54
  Three Chinese warships have arrived at the Karachi port as part of a goodwill and training mission which will also include some naval exercises.     The Chinese official news agency Xinhua reports Rear Admiral Shen Hao, the commander of the People’s Liberation Army fleet said the visit will further enhance mutual trust between China and Pakistan.     The fleet was received by senior navy officers, including chief of naval staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah, who accorded a guard of honour to the visiting fleet.   Though ...

Hindu woman fasting in Ramzan for past 34 years

1396/3/22 | 19:54
Pooriben Leuwa, 85, a Hindu woman in Ahmedabad, India, who has been observing fasts during Ramzan for the past 34 years, says that she and her Muslim friends ‘share a faith called love’.   She began fasting during the holy month after making a vow to a saint in Ahmedabad’s Jamalpur area, Bala Pir Bawa. After her husband’s death, she and her daughters moved some 2.5km from their old Tajpur Mominwad neighbourhood in Jamalpur. But her fasting tradition carries on unbroken, a private television channel reported. “For the past two years, ...

Abduction of Chinese nationals: Is India controlling ISIS in Balohcistan?

1396/3/22 | 19:54
  Pakistan has always maintained that one of the primary targets of militant groups in the country is the disruption of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.     That now appears to be confirmed after the Islamic State claimed that it had killed two Chinese nationals who had been kidnapped from Quetta last month. The Chinese foreign ministry has confirmed that it believes both of them have been killed.    The other worry for Pakistan is the recent rise of the Islamic State. The government has previously claimed that ...

Why India wants a limited war with Pakistan?

1396/3/21 | 19:54
    Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the troops deployed along the Line of Control (LoC) on Saturday where they assured him that no Indian misadventure shall go without a befitting response.     The army chief was given detailed briefing about the ongoing operations, the Indian ceasefire violations and the Pakistani soldiers’ response to them, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.     While interacting with the troops, the COAS appreciated their state ...

SCO summit: Would Russia abandon India for Pakistan?

1396/3/21 | 19:54
  Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday said Pakistan is an important partner for Russia in South Asia.   The Russian president’s comments came during a meeting with PM Nawaz on the sidelines of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Astana, Radio Pakistan reported. The two leaders discussed bilateral relations, including trade and economic cooperation, and also current international issues during the meeting.     Putin said Russian-Pakistani relations have been constructive and mutually beneficial. ...

India’s veiled threat:  Has US made India capable of tackling Pakistan and China alone?

1396/3/19 | 19:54
  Indian Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat on Thursday claimed that the "Indian Army is fully ready for a two-and-a-half-front war," during an interview with Asian News International (ANI).     Rawat claimed that the country's army was prepared to handle internal and external fronts at the same time if it comes to that. However, he added that methods other than war are available for resolution of difficult situations.     "Even [Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi] has stated that for the last 40 years ...

Indian Defense minster taunts Pakistan army

1396/3/18 | 19:54
    American political thinkers and strategists and so the director of Homeland TV show believe that Pakistan army is buyable and easily recruited.   In a statement on Pakistan Army reported by Hindustan Times Facebook page Arun Jaitley India’s Defense Minister said: “American political thinkers and strategists and so the director of Homeland TV show believe that Pakistan army is buyable and easily recruited.” The Minister also said: “My comrades didn’t firmly believe this issue but over the time it’s accuracy was confirmed.” The ...

Indian publications rub it in Pakistan's face after humiliating defeat

1396/3/15 | 19:54
Now unbeaten against Pakistan for more than three years, India on Monday celebrated a thumping win over their arch-rivals to launch their defence of the Champions Trophy.   Skipper Virat Kohli hit a blistering 81 as India thrashed Pakistan by 124 runs in a rain-affected game on Sunday at Edgbaston. The Indian Express called the triumph the “Mother of all Mismatches” while The Times of India said it was an “opening statement” at the tournament in England and Wales.   A headline in The Hindu read “India knocks the stuffing out ...

Modi in Russia: Did India achieve the objectives against Pakistan?

1396/3/14 | 19:54
  Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin held wide-ranging talks on bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual interests, including ways to boost energy and trade ties.    India and Russia have not only strengthened flagging trade ties but also decided to "upgrade and intensify" cooperation in the defence sector by building key military hardware together.   Indact Modi had a plan to counter the Russian-China and Pakistan alliance and shifting Russian priorities, however he met a failure ...

Muslims in New Delhi rally in protest against the crimes of Al-Khalifa and Al-Saud

1396/3/12 | 19:54
Indian Muslims, who were fasting, have gathered in front of the UN headquarters in New Delhi in protest the crimes of Al-Khalifa and Al-Saud for Killing people in Bahrain and Yemen.   According to reports from New Delhi, demonstrators chanted slogans like death to Al Khalifa, death to Al-Saud, death to America and Israel. They stressed Bahraini and Saudi security forces must stop the aggression. They declared that these actions promote sectarianism and violence in Muslim countries. Demonstrators showed their anger and hatred of committed ...

Kashmir genocide: The blood on the hands of Ummah

1396/3/10 | 19:54
    Violent anti-India protests engulfed Occupied Kashmir on Saturday after Indian forces killed a top Hizbul Mujahideen commander.   The killing of Sabzar Ahmad Bhat who commanded a loyal following among local youths sparked clashes in several cities of Held Kashmir resulting in death of 12 more people. Indian authorities imposed a curfew in Srinagar and other cities as violence spread across the restive region.     Condemning the Indian aggression, Pakistan urged the international community, particularly the ...

A moment of shame: India army chief defends genocide of Kashmiris

1396/3/9 | 19:54
  Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has said that there is no possibility of a limited war with Pakistan.While talking about using a Kashmiri man as a human shield, he termed the move as ‘defensive’ by the Indian army.      “This is a proxy war and proxy war is a dirty war. It is played in a dirty way. The rules of engagements are there when the adversary comes face-to-face and fights with you. It is a dirty war. That is where innovation comes in. You fight a dirty war with innovations,” Rawat told Press Trust ...

A dangerous pampering against Pakistan: Would Indian jingoism trigger Third World War?

1396/3/8 | 19:54
  India has the fastest growing nuclear programme in the world. It also has material to make 2,600 nuclear weapons — a development made possible by the civilian nuclear accord that Washington and New Delhi signed.     Pakistan has been underscoring the risk of diversion by India to imported nuclear fuel, equipment and technology received pursuant to the civil nuclear accord and the 2008 energy waiver by the Nuclear Suppliers Group. Islamabad has appealed to NSG members to consider the risks involved in the transfer of nuclear ...

Indian Army can do anything to anybody; Can rape, abduct women: CPI-M leader Bala krishnan

1396/3/7 | 19:54
    Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, Kerala secretary of Communist Party of India (Marxist) has stroke controversy over Defence Minister Arun Jaitley's remark and said hat the Indian Army could rape and abduct women if given additional powers.     “They (army) can do anything to anybody. If they see more than four people standing together, they can shoot them.   They can take any woman and rape her, nobody has the right to question them. This is the state wherever the army is,” Balakrishnan said.He further said that ...

Hostilities against Pakistan: Is Modi looking for another war?

1396/3/7 | 19:54
  India has once again stepped up border tension and also launched a crackdown in Kashmir. In recent incidents India has claimed to destroy Pakistani posts.     Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a tweet: “Indian claims of destroying Pakistani post along LoC in Naushera Sector and firing by Pakistan Army on civilians across LoC are false.” Earlier this month, Pakistan Army categorically denied Indian army’s accusations of killing two members of an Indian army patrol near the LoC.     “Pakistan ...

Another HuM leader martyred in Kashmir: India celebrates amid protests

1396/3/7 | 19:54
Authorities imposed a curfew in many parts of the main city of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) as violent protests swept through the disputed region following the ‘custodial killing’ of a top separatist commander on Saturday – the day when at least 11 more Kashmiris were massacred by Indian security forces.   Police claimed that Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, the head of the Hizbul Mujahideen (HuM) militant group, was killed in a gunfight with security forces in Saimaoh Tral village of Pulwama district, some 40 kilometres south of Srinagar. One of ...

Mutual detriment: Why Pakistan-Iran partnership is need of the hour?

1396/3/6 | 19:54
    At the regional level Pakistan needs to move decisively to counter this two pronged deep exterior maneuver by India on its western front. India must be denied this strategic space (Iranian and Afghan territories) to spread terror and sabotage in Pakistan.     Iran and Afghanistan must be engaged proactively for this very purpose without prejudice to Pakistan’s counter actions against this Indian onslaught from the West. Pakistan’s joining the IMAT and Iran’s Defense Pact with India are both mutually exclusive ...

Would a surgical strike trigger Indo-Pak nuclear war?

1396/3/5 | 19:54
  India is moving towards diplomatically isolating Pakistan and is considering punitive actions against it for allegedly supporting cross-border terrorism, a top US defence intelligence chief said.     According to a Times of India (TOI) report, Director Defence Intelligence Agency Lieutenant General Vincent Stewart said India was updating its military to better position itself to defend New Delhi’s interests in the Indian Ocean region and strengthen its diplomatic and economic outreach across Asia.   The Indian army claimed ...

Threat of another war: Pakistan makes all forward airbases operational

1396/3/4 | 19:54
  Pakistan has made all forward operating bases of its Air Force operational in response of threats from Indian air chief.     This was stated by Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Wednesday during his visit to the forward airbases at Siachan, where fighter jet squadrons held war exercises.     The PAF jets flew near Siachin during the exercises as it showed expertise and readiness for war on ‘short notice’.     The Air Chief also took part in the exercise and flew Meraj fighting ...

Would India attack Pakistan if Yadav hanged?

1396/3/4 | 19:54
    In a personal letter to all 12,000 officers of the Indian Air Force, Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa has reminded them to be “prepared for action at a very short notice”, The Hindu said on Sunday. The IAF chief asked the officers to also shun “physical intimidation” and “behaviour amounting to sexual harassment”. Unnamed officers told the paper that it was for the first time that an IAF chief had sent out personal letters to the entire officer fraternity of the force. “In the present scenario, there is an ever ...

After $2billion deal; Indian Navy again signs $630 million deal with Israel

1396/3/3 | 19:54
  Last month Israel had closed a USD two billion defence deal with India, worth USD 1.6 billion.   Last month Israel had closed a USD two billion defence deal with India, worth USD 1.6 billion and now Tel Aviv owned Israel Aerospace Industries said it has closed another major deal worth USD 630 million with India to supply advanced long range air and missile defence systems for four ships of the Indian Navy.     The deal, will be jointly executed with the Indian government’s Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), and comes ...