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Is Pakistan moving towards a violent collapse?
Is Pakistan moving towards a collapse bit by bit? The question is enough to astound people who are yet to get familiar with the worsening situations in the country, albeit I don’t know who is still unconscious of the degeneration in the Pakistani mainland. Ever since Pakistan intensified its onslaughts against the dreaded Taliban outfits (allegedly under US pressure), the situation is gradually yet steadily going out of the frying pan into the fire. Of late one of the bloodiest bombings in more than two years that killed at least 89 people makes us more skeptical of the chance of reinstatement of the Muslim republic that occupies the heartland of ancient south Asian civilization in the Indus River valley.
Posted on : Sat, 02 Jan 2010 15:59 GMT

Who is EU's first ever permanent president?
There is no doubt in it that the latest decision of European Union, international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members, to have first ever permanent president is far-reaching but we have to stop here since the name is not known yet. What is more, even the European leaders who are set to select the European Union's first permanent president are in darkness with regard to the same. Reason? There has not been any unanimous decision yet
Posted on : Fri, 20 Nov 2009 00:51 GMT

Potent, imperialist US-China entente in the pipeline!
Though the relation of China with several countries, especially India, is getting embittered increasingly, it has found a new supporter in the global arena out of the blue. It’s no save for the United States of America and owing to a volte face (seemingly) it is busy in showering praises, for the time being, on the Asian Dragon. "The rise of a strong, prosperous China can be a source of strength for the community of nations," Mr. Obama said in a speech in Japan's capital, Tokyo.
Posted on : Sat, 14 Nov 2009 20:16 GMT

Will Karl Eikenberry be axed?
It seems that a deep animosity is mounting between the US ambassador to Afghanistan and the top-notch officials back home. Mr. Karl Eikenberry has intervened the debate about troop reinforcements out of the blue, admonishing President Obama against devoting tens of thousands of extra troops to the country. Well, Mr. Eikenberry is not naïve of the war machine as he is a retired army general and was in the charge of commanding US forces in Afghanistan from 2005-2007. He detailed his concerns in two classified cables last week.
Posted on : Thu, 12 Nov 2009 23:37 GMT

Postal strike may wreak havoc on UK
Not a step back, such is the call of the duty – this is not any military song but expresses the mood of the belligerent postal unions in the realm of UK, steadfast to go on with the two-day national strike. Who will be the worst sufferers then? Of course the list of prospective victims includes millions of households and businesses likely to face over a fortnight of postal disruption. However, in accordance with experts, some post will take almost three weeks to get delivered before postal services get back to normal.
Posted on : Thu, 22 Oct 2009 01:49 GMT

Can Pakistan overcome Talibans?
Whatever may be the solemn promises of self-claimed custodians of the international community and of the Pakistani authority, woes of Pakistan seem to be unending and the country is gradually moving to the center or the most grievous stage of its ongoing confrontation with the Talibans. Even though Pakistan is engrossed with propagating its continual successes, the number of people skeptical of the same is not trivial.
Posted on : Tue, 20 Oct 2009 01:30 GMT

Politics and business – a wonderful chemistry
What is the relation between the two worlds of politics and business, so different in outlook, yet so common? Do they ever meet? The chances are not rare, but on the contrary is maximum since there exists a reciprocal need between the two for the smooth function in a democratic setup. Now what is the real intention of politics? Forget the pompous predictions of class interests, working as the vanguard of the proletariat or the cause of national development.
Posted on : Sun, 20 Sep 2009 02:01 GMT

Hindu nationalist BJP in more troubles
Is centrism or political philosophy of avoiding the extremes of left and right by taking a moderate position or course of action is the future of India? This theory is being propounded by both media and economic pundits. As per them, it is this political philosophy that made Congress win and both trounced and sealed the fate of its greatest adversary, BJP.
Posted on : Tue, 08 Sep 2009 01:28 GMT

What’s the next step of Pervez Musharraf?
What is the next move of the erstwhile Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf? Forget of us; even scores of media persons in the realm of his own country are in quest of a definite answer. It shouldn’t be forgotten that he was once at the helm of affairs in Pakistan. He was an Army General…., then he became President through deposing the (then) civilian government. He is also alleged as the foremost culpable person for Pakistani misadventure against India in Kargil in 1999.
Posted on : Tue, 08 Sep 2009 01:26 GMT

Can there be any peace between Israel and Palestine ever?
Can there ever be any peace treaty or any identical agreement between Israel and Palestine? This very issue, often termed as one of the fundamental questions of the present time, can easily include itself in the inventory of unsolved mysteries. While on one hand there is the clash of civilizations, years of fighting, skirmishes, terrorist onslaughts and counter-attacks have led to a perpetual misunderstanding and mistrust on the other hand.
Posted on : Thu, 27 Aug 2009 01:18 GMT



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