Adeela Naureen and Umar Waqar

  • Indian RSS has been badly exposed in the recent past by beleaguered liberals. While the Indian North-Eastern state of Tripura remains in the headlines due to the targeting of the Muslim community and the state government filing cases against human rights activists and minority rights flag bearers, ...

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  • Modi’s India has recorded another chapter in fascism, this time it’s the district of Lakhimpur with a substantial Sikh population in Uttar Pradesh (UP). Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni is the central figure in the current crisis. The farmers have named Ashish Mishra, ...

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  • The Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan(IEA) seems to be on the cusp of complete control of Afghanistan, the bulk of Northern and North Western Afghanistan has fallen and the spectre of the fall of Kabul is being felt across the mountains and valleys of the Hindukush.Did the international community go ...

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  • As police forces from the Indian states of Assam and Mizoram fired at each other killing six and injuring fifty, most of the mainstream Pakistani media remained unmoved. Commonly known as the Seven Sisters, the Indian north east comprises Assam, Arunachal Pradesh (South Tibet), Nagaland, Mizoram, ...

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  • Pegasus leaks has disclosed how an Israeli spy software developed by the NSO Group was used by the powerful elite in India to suppress dissent and indulge into political blackmail. The Modi regime has faced criticism in the past seven years on how RSS ideology is being shoved down the throat of ...

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  • As France started a probe into the Rafale deal, Indian opposition reignited the debate on alleged corruption and money laundering. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came to power on the slogan of vikass and transparency, and who was considered a clean leader, now faces a tough challenge due ...

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  • While discussing the need for the creation of integrated theatre commands in India, differences emerged between Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat and Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria.India Today highlighted the spat by stating that the turf war over theatre commands has escalated and ...

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  • With news of two drones hitting a heavily guarded air base in Jammu, India media went into overdrive to blame Pakistan, and it was not unexpected. After all, the pride of Indian Military, the Indian Air Force(IAF), which gobbles billions of dollars every year is a big burden on the exchequer. IAF ...

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  • With the spectacular advance of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) across the countryside and reports of the Afghan National Army soldiers and officers joining ranks of IEA, the assessment of the Ghani government standing on its feet is becoming questionable. Even pro-government media outlets ...

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  • On May 26, 2021, WhatsApp filed a lawsuit in Delhi High Court against the Indian government seeking to block regulations coming into force on May 26 that would compel Facebook’s messaging app to break privacy protections. The Indian government has argued that any operations being run in India ...

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  • With the Quad’s virtual meet between leaders from the US, Australia, Japan and India, the Indo-Pacific debate has surfaced again with a calendar of activities lined up till the end of 2021. As a follow up, there was a media blitz in western mainstream media. Washington Post published ...

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  • After pop singer Rihanna made waves on February 2 by tweeting on the farmers’ protests in Delhi, there has been an outpouring of support from the international community for Indian farmers’ protests against the three agricultural laws passed by the fascist regime of Modi.The campaign ...

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  • As the dust settled on Capitol Hill after Trumpsters’ assault on the pantheon of American democracy, we were wondering about the reasons as to why American democracy has reached the precipice. While the House resumed proceedings to formally endorse Joe Biden as the 46th President of the ...

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  • As January 20th approaches, the world awaits the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States. With a plethora of challenges facing the US, Joe Biden has his plate full. How does he meander through a matrix of strategic challenges at home and abroad is a million dollar ...

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  • EU DisinfoLab reports published between December 9 and 11 have exposed the Indian fake news and disinformation network. In 2019, it uncovered 265 fake local media across the world—serving Indian interests. Interestingly no commotion took place in EU or Human Rights organisations and INGOs ...

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  • The Indian Economic Times story on October 30 quoted a statement from former Air Force chief BS Dhanoa, who said that India was ready to wipe out Pakistan’s forward brigades had Islamabad’s “military adventure” been successful in response to the Balakot aerial strikes and ...

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  • As the second COVID wave hits the world and nations across the globe grapple with the emerging challenge, it may be important to compare Pakistan’s COVID management strategy with India to draw some lessons to deal with the second wave.Pakistan and India were affected by COVID’s first ...

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  • Following the arrest of Capt (Retired) Safdar Awan after his questionable conduct at the mausoleum of Quad e Azam, Indian media found an opportunity to conduct an assault on the state of Pakistan through an absurd narrative of ‘Civil war in Pakistan’. From electronic media channels to ...

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  • Sushant Singh Rajput’s (SSR) unfortunate death and its investigations have uncovered the dark side of Bollywood in international media. The ongoing probe into the drugs angle linked to actor SSR’s death investigations has brought to the fore alleged drug nexus in the film industry. The ...

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  • Despite the Indian lockdown of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJ&K) for more than one year and ruthless oppression of Kashmiris in the largest human prison on earth, Indian policymakers have been hoping that their old Chanakyan strategy of tiring the opponent through a ...

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  • Following the Quad’s meeting in Tokyo which saw the formal colonists US, Australia and Japan sitting with the good old colony, India, Western and Indian media went into overdrive against China. Indian media reminded the foreign ministers gathered in Tokyo to make it a proper military ...

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  • As Bharat Bandh commenced on September 25 against the anti-farmer bill passed by the Indian Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Indian social media erupted like a volcano; hashtags like #BharatBandh, #AntiFarmerBJP and #ScrapAntiFarmerActs flooded the social media space. Millions of farmers from across ...

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  • As intra-Afghan peace negotiations have moved ahead, spoilers of peace have started their nefarious game to delay or scuttle the process. With regional countries, especially Afghanistan neighbours desiring peace, there is growing support for the process. The only country in the world who wants to ...

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  • August 30 is the International day of Victims of Enforced Disappearances. Sub-nationalists in and outside Pakistan find it convenient to exaggerate Pakistan’s record on the issue and try to make a lot of hue and cry. In order to set the record straight, there is a need for informed debate on ...

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  • At a virtual meeting, Indian Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, while addressing his Haryana counterpart, Manohar Lal Khattar, and Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, warned the Centre that “Punjab will burn” if they completed the Sutlej Yamuna Link ...

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  • Pak-Saudi relations have seen many challenges and both brothers have withstood and weathered them together with perseverance and a shared vision. Pak-Saudi relations are unique and go beyond common interstate relations and are deeply rooted and entrenched in multifarious dimensions of history, ...

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  • As Modi laid himself down in the ultimate prostration ‘sashtang pranaam’ at Ram Bhumi Poojan, and Godi media flashed posters of a giant Modi, depicted as a small boy, accompanying Ram to the Parthenon of Ram temple, RSS has accomplished the next strategic step of converting secular ...

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  • The Indian Cold Start Doctrine was promulgated at the start of 21st century to punish Pakistan through a proactive military strategy of hit and mobilise. This warranted creation of a military echo system in frontier zones and re-orientation of the military to be able to initiate operations within ...

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  • The month of June is ingrained in the minds of the Sikh community as it refreshes the painful memories of the tragedy of Operation Blue Star and how the Indian Army desecrated the holiest Sikh shrine of Akal Takht. But the tragedy also resurrected another legend in the line of brave Sikh ...

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  • As the dust settles in Galwan River valley and Indian media chatter disclosed the loss of tens of square kilometres of area in Ladakh and even Sikkim, there is a need to evaluate the Ladakh blunder being dubbed ‘Kargil 2’. Before discussing the Indo-China standoff and its strategic ...

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