Major Attack Highlights Pakistan’s Continued Vulnerability to Terrorism

In the largest terrorist attack in Pakistan in more than a year, a suicide bomber on Sunday detonated his explosives near the border with India following a joint India-Pakistan military ceremony, killing at least 57, including three Pakistani security personnel. The group claiming responsibility for the attack, a faction of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, said it […]

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The 8 points Indian communists dont want you to remember

by the late Sita Ram Goel The regimes that followed the Emergency (1975-77) did nothing to free the establishment from the stranglehold of the communist mafia. Members of the mafia have continued to occupy seats in the nation’s parliament and state legislatures, and man many other prestigious institutions. It retains control of two strategic states* […]

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Pakistan Threat Growing

Yesterday’s revelation in The Washington Post about the large portion of the U.S. intelligence budget going toward collection efforts on Pakistan is not surprising. What is surprising is that that the Obama Administration publicly downplays the terrorist threat that continues to emanate from the Afghanistan–Pakistan region. According to the article, based on documents released illegally […]

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Musharraf Indictment Puts Pakistan Military on Defensive

Pervez Musharraf. (Photo: AAMIR QURESHI/AFP/Getty Images/Newscom) Today’s indictment of former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf for conspiracy to murder former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto demonstrates that the Pakistani judiciary is increasingly willing to challenge the authority of the powerful Pakistani Army. While it is in the U.S. interest that Pakistan’s democratic institutions are strengthened and that […]

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