South Asia

Afghan Taliban’s TTP Paradox and its implications for Pakistan

Taliban seized the control of Kabul (2021) and declared their government which still needs to be recognized by the international community. European countries are clear in their stance that the Taliban...

Women’s Rights: A Dilemma under Afghanistan’s Taliban

Afghan soil has been home to several disasters over the centuries including invasion by foreign powers like the British in the 19th-century, the U.S and the Soviets in the 20th C.E,...

India – A Largest Democracy or Terrorism Sponsor?

India, the so called largest democracy in the world, wearing the mask of hypocrisy has ever been a threat to the peace and prosperity of the world. India is not just...

Experts Speak: Is India’s New Defence Budget A Positive Step Towards Indigenisation Or A Populous Procurement Policy?

India has set aside $70 billion for the fiscal year 2022-23 as part of its defence budget, an increase of about 10% above the amount set up in the previous budget....

COAS Bajwa visits Peshawar Corps HQ for briefing on security situation

Pakistan's Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa has reiterated the resolve of the Pakistan Army to fight against terrorism till elimination of the menace from the country. He was visiting Corp...

TTP leader Khurasani shot dead in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar

Khalid Balti alias Mohammad Khurasani, a top leader of the proscribed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), was shot in Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province on Monday, according to a senior security official. The circumstances behind...
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