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Article: Unfolding South Asian rivalries

The haphazard American withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the sudden takeover by the Taliban, is an evident indictment of twenty wasted years of state building. These surprising developments have also placed the entire region in a state of flux.

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Article: Judicial terrorism in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir

Altaf Ahmed Bhat A state-sponsored Justice institution created terror in the name of Justice in Indian Occupied Kashmir. Judiciary and terrorism are two different terms with different scopes, as the former relates to justice and later symbolizes criminal activities and threat perception. But when the term is used together, it …

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Article: Shaikh Tajammul-ul-Islam’s demise a colossal loss for Kashmir cause

Muhammad Raza Malik September 05, 2021 happened to be a gloomy and sad day for the Kashmir freedom movement and the journalist fraternity of Pakistan. On the fateful day, the champion and master brain of the ongoing Kashmir freedom movement, noted journalist, intellectual and Executive Director of Kashmir Media Service, …

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Article: India’s failures

During the era of the Soviet and American invasions of Afghanistan, the region witnessed masses of refugees migrating in the state of bafflement and confusion. According to the statistics given by United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), there are approximately 1.4 million registered refugees in Pakistan, resultantly, this study has ranked Pakistan on top of the list of host countries that have been second home to these temporary displaced Afghan families.

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Article: India defeated in Afghanistan

Masud Ahmad Khan After independence, the Nehru government backed Afghan claims on Pashtunistan and the Durand Line issue. After the 1965 war, India actively joined Afghanistan to support the issue of Pashtunistan, Durand Line and an independent Balochistan. Soon the Balochistan People’s Liberation Front (BPLF) started an insurgency against Pakistan …

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Article: Indian occupation of Junagadh — an act of brazen aggression

Humayun Aziz Sandeela Apart from occupying Jammu and Kashmir in 1947, India through an act of brazen aggression transgressed upon the Muslim-ruled princely state of Junagadh and occupied it by force soon after the partition of the Indo-Pak sub-continent. Bahadur Khan Babi, son of Shayr Khan Babi proclaimed independence from …

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