As Pakistan dithers on terrorism, FATF appears no better than paper tigers

Sant Kumar Sharma

15th September 2020
The difference between mere lip service and honest intentions is perhaps not very difficult to gauge. Faced with an unpleasant situation, lip service is usually an...

Pakistan, at last, confesses it shelters Dawood Ibrahim in Karachi

Newsbred Staff

22th August 2020
Pakistan’s government has confessed that Dawood Ibrahim lives in Karachi after years of denying it shelters the dreaded underworld don blamed for the 1993 Mumbai...

Indus Water Treaty: This year, even its meeting, is in the crosshairs

Sant Kumar Sharma

12th August 2020
Those watching India-Pakistan relationship closely predict that wranglings may start between them on Indus Waters Treaty (IWT) soon. May be sooner than expected as the...

Hafiz Saeed: It’s a personal angst against him

Ashish Shukla

14th February 2020
I have personal reasons to be elated with the 11-year-sentencing of the UN-designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed in Lahore, Pakistan on Wednesday – though like most...

Mr Imran Khan, this is why you can’t do much on Kashmir

Ashish Shukla

3rd October 2019
Pakistan is unlikely to keep up with its hostile words or action on Kashmir if the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meet in Paris on October 13-18 goes as planned.

Now Jammu, and not Kashmir Valley, would call the shots

Ashish Shukla

7th August 2019
The game and set are already with the Bharatiya Janata Party vis-à-vis Jammu and Kashmir but the match would be truly over when the delimitation exercise kicks in....

Mehbooba warns India would burn; time to call her bluff

Ashish Shukla

29th July 2019
Mehbooba Mufti is baying for blood. That is if contentious Article 35A is abrogated in Jammu & Kashmir. This is her preemptive warning to both the legislature...














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