.: Opinions

Date: 15 Jan 2015

By Rameez Bhat

As I am writing about the child labour issue which is considered as one of the most conspicuous issue. During the mid of 2014 I went to search for a rented room in the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, and found it in the western side of the city.



Date: 14 Jan 2015

The election outcome in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir has produced a deadlock over the formation of a coalition government, for which the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) were in talks. Elections were concluded on December 20 last with the PDP emerging as the single largest party with 28 seats, BJP with 25 seats, National Conference (NC) with 15 and Congress 12 seats.



Date: 12 Jan 2015

By Manish Rai

Negotiators form Iran and the major powers that is P5+1 — the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany resume their talks next week in Geneva. While they have made significant progress, they remain at odds over how large a nuclear program geared for energy production and medical uses Iran will be permitted



Date: 12 Jan 2015

By Imtiaz Gul

Peshawar epitomises the socio-political decline and degeneration of governance structures because of Pakistan’s involvement in two wars next door since December 1979. This turned the city into a favourite destination for the Western world of intelligence,



Date: 11 Jan 2015

By Sajjad Shaukat

Unlike the past wars, the arena of war has changed. In the ongoing era, besides subversive tactics, non-lethal weapons like propaganda can be more harmful in damaging the interest of a target country.



Date: 10 Jan 2015

By Afshain Afzal

Since long “Foreign Recruitment Centres” have been established in Afghanistan and Pakistan, through which Asians and Arabs are being offered foreign citizenships. The aim of such a recruitment is that foreign citizens, having dual nationalities will be sent back to the countries of their origin to serve as mercenaries



Date: 9 Jan 2015

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

Ultimately the referendum in Scotland was held in a peaceful manner, and the people decided according to their own free will not to be an independent nation. This was undoubtedly a victory for democratic principles and universal values. The people of Kashmir do not want anything more than that.



Date: 8 Jan 2015

By Sajjad Shaukat

Since the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and leader of the ruling party, Awami League (AL) Sheikh Hasina Wajid came into power, India has been employing various tactics to entrap Bangladesh by exploiting her pro-Indian tilt to fulfill its strategic interests, especially against Pakistan.



Date: 8 Jan 2015

Rameez Bhat

Erstwhile in every newspapers, e-portal magazines, news channels and our prominent columnists of various newspapers; put forth their ideas about the formation of government. Primarily they talk about the alliances. Whether the alliances between PDP and BJP, or PDP-CONGRESS and Others, or BJP-NC and Others, or the grand alliance between, PDP-CONGRESS and NC.



Date: 7 Jan 2015

By Sajjad Shaukat

While fighting a different war with the non-state actors, Pakistan is passing through exceptionally unusual circumstances and the situation warrants clear, bold and firm decisions to deal the menace of terrorism, specially the threat of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and its banned affiliated groups. After the 9/11 tragedy, American President, Congress, media and public



Date: 6 Jan 2015

-DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL
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It looks meaningful that there is a movement in Kashmir for unity of all Kashmiri political wings to fight for sovereignty for entire Kashmir.



Date: 6 Jan 2015

By Sajjad Shaukat

Since the US started global war against terrorism, after the 9/11 tragedy, various political experts have opined that as part of the insurgency, terrorism comes in a variety of forms such as religious terrorism, secular terrorism and so on.



Date: 6 Jan 2015

-DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL
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When the year 2014 ended with many Muslims and Christians forcefully embraced Hinduism as part of the Hindutva’s so-called vapsi trend, the year 2015 has begun with the reverse trend



Date: 5 Jan 2015

By Sajjad Shaukat

Recently, propaganda intensified that the militant outfit Daish or ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) has its presence in Pakistan. Besides some newspapers and media anchors of some TV channels also misperceived that ISIS



Date: 3 Jan 2015

ALI SUKHANVER

The Boston Review published an article of C. Christine Fair on 16th of last October with the title, Is Pakistan in ISIS' Crosshairs? C. Christine Fair is a well known American analyst on South Asian political and military affairs and a member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies as well as of the Council on Foreign Relations.



Date: 2 Jan 2015

(Part I)

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

It is nothing less than astounding that intelligent men who are charged with the responsibility of leading a country cannot comprehend that spending billions of dollars to maintain possession of a very small disputed territory to its north with millions of troops at the expense of their own national quality



Date: 1 Jan 2015

DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL
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Hindutva leaders in Jammu region of Jammu Kashmir state with a hung assembly, obviously in consultation with central leaders, reiterate that no government possible in the state without BJP. Why should BJP, without having a simple majority in JK assembly, insist on forming a government?



Date: 1 Jan 2015

Syed Maajid Rashid Andrabi

Proper attention needs to be paid towards the aspirations of the people before reaching to any final decision…

Elections in any part of the world hold immense importance. It is the only tool left with the people to decide their fate by casting votes in favor of their desired candidates while expecting fruitful outcomes of their grave issues.



Date: 1 Jan 2015

By Faheem Belharvi

Freedom of speech is one of the fundamental rights of the individuals in every democratic society. It promotes democratic values, custodian of human rights and ensures good governance and shapes opinion of the public. Free media is pre requisite for social, religious, economic and cultural promotion spheres of the nation.



Date: 30 Dec 2014

Uncertainty in Kashmir!

-DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL
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The Jammu Kashmir hung assembly is causing uncertainty and unnecessary anxieties. As Kashmir’s winter chill is clearly extending to the arena of politics with leaders getting worried about government formation in Sri Nagar. A decisive mandates have been given to the PDP in Kashmir, BJP in Jammu and Congress in Ladakh.



Date: 27 Dec 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

It is regrettable that Sheikh Hasina Wajid, Prime Minister of Bangladesh and leader of the ruling party, Awami League (AL) has continuously been acting upon anti-Pakistan policy in order to appease India which had played a key role in separation of the East Pakistan by manipulating differences between the Bengalis and the no-Bengalis.



Date: 27 Dec 2014

By Engineer Hilal Ahmad War

The daily Hindu reported in September 19, 2014 edition that in Rajasthan a two and half year old girl, Khushboo was buried alive in Nat Mohallah village Kumher Bharatpur by her parents after being pronounced an incarnation of goddess. The Site of grave have turned into a shrine.



Date: 26 Dec 2014

By Zaheerul Hassan

The cowardly act of Taliban against innocent students of Army Public School and College of Peshawar is completely intolerable. Taliban carnage of 149 people, including 134 children, lady principal and teacher are totally condemnable and proved an example of barbarism.



Date: 26 Dec 2014

By Manish Rai

The Peshawar school attack has shaken Pakistani society to the core. It also represents one of the most horrific incidents in a brutal insurgency against the Pakistani state and civil society by the Pakistani Taliban or Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). The TTP is a loose coalition of militant groups, mainly comprised of tribal areas of Pakistan, particularly from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) in the extreme northwest,



Date: 26 Dec 2014

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

The enlightening and informative article, ‘SAARC summit and the Kashmir problem’ written by a seasoned Saudi diplomat, Dr. Ali Al-Ghamdi (Saudi Gazette, December 3, 2014) needs some observations from a Kashmiri perspective. I totally agree with Dr. Al-Ghamdi that “it is high time for the leaders of both countries (India and Pakistan) to take bold and serious decisions to resolve this dispute.



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