Monthly Archives: January 2019

Re-Positioning ‘Azad Kashmir’ on India’s Policy Map: Geopolitical Drivers, Strategic Impact

This monograph urges a policy re-positioning by aggregating key geopolitical parameters concerning PoK which potentially impinge on India’s vital territorial and security interests. That emerging geopolitical pressures exerted by the massive China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) must be factored in while determining the course of India’s policy formulation on PoK, is the core thrust of the study. Irrespective of an …

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Child abuse on rise in Pakistan: A report by NGO Sahil

A Senate committee was informed on Monday that 300 cases of child sexual abuse were registered in Islamabad over the last five years, while another 260 cases went unregistered. Cases of child abuse have been on the rise in Pakistan. A report compiled by NGO Sahil last year reveals that more than 12 children are abused every day. Instances of …

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What converted TLP’s agitation into a violent rebellion?

The wars of this age would scarcely be fought by tanks, artillery guns, and missiles. Mental proclivities and personal faith would be new arenas where battles for cultural and material ascendancy be fought between the people representing national, ethnic, or religious identities. With the nuclear Armageddon a distinct possibility the unfettered use of conventional weaponry and strategy would be rendered …

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(India) Campaign aims to check growing culture of violence

Mumbai, Jan. 9, 2019: Various civil society organizations and individuals in India plan to commemorate the 71th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi by appealing the nation to resist and confront the growing culture of violence facing the country. India observes January 30 as Mahatma Gandhi’s Martyrdom Day. The leader of the Indian freedom movement was shot dead by a Hindu …

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