Much ahead of commencement of referendum campaigns for the independence of Scotland, US President Barack Hussain Obama along with group of European Union leaders made it very clear that they wanted the United Kingdom (UK) to stay together. Aftermath referendum, in a statement issued at Brussels, the European Commission said the Scottish vote was good [...]
The cease fire violations along Line of Control (LoC) on Jammu and Kashmir state as well working boundary between Indian and Pakistan led to renewed tension. During the weekly talks on telephone, Directors General of Military Operations (DGMOs) of India and Pakistan’s agreed on 26 August 2014, to reduce tension.
They also agreed to hold flag [...]
Since decades, the Red Zone, which houses the Parliament House, Prime Minister House, President House, the Supreme Court building, Pak Secretariat, Foreign Embassies and other important installations, is restricted area and not open for general public. Smartly turned out Police personnel stop individuals and vehicles near the barriers to divert to other routes.
Despite government’s warnings, [...]
Despite all pressures and coercive measures to fail any dialogue between two potential defence allies, Pakistan and India are once again going to have Foreign Secretary level talks, tentatively on 25 August 2014. The military brass and secular parties are much aggrieved to see Prime Minister Mr. Narandra Modi and his counterpart, Mr. Muhammad Nawaz [...]
Ten US Senators, led by Senator Barbara Boxer, recently wrote a letter to Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, calling on to take immediate action to combat gender based violence and improve the safety of women and girls in India. The letter demanded that more efforts needs to be put in to prevent violence against women, [...]
The unfortunate and tragic incident of firing by terrorist on 8 June 2014, which resulted in killing of 30 innocent people hailing from predominantly Khyber Pakhtun Khwa is worth condemning in the strongest words. All those killed in Taftan belonged to Shia sect and were on their way to Iran to visit holy shrines there. [...]
India is on the world focus. This time the elections results of the world biggest democracy has surprised the western players and proved to be a setback to Washington’s long term strategy in Asia, which aimed at to steal eastern culture, traditions and values through local westernized puppets. The May 2014 elections witnessed the victory [...]
His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Crown Prince of the Kingdom of the Saudi Arabia is on an official visit to India from 26 to 28 February 2014. Saudi Arabia is a peace loving country and does not believe in interference in the internal affairs of other countries. However, many countries [...]
In an attack in Kabul on 18 January 2014 that focused international attention, 22 people, mostly foreigners, including three United Nations staff and head of International Monetary Fund in Afghanistan were killed while over two dozen injured. The attack was followed by another attack at Pakistani city of Bannu in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province next day [...]
Fears of more unemployment and strong resistance from protesting unemployed Americans haunt Washington. The policy makers and strategists at White House seems to open new theater of war. This time the target is Middle East, more specifically, it is Iran. The previous predictions that Washington lacks capability to attack Iran does not fit in the [...]