War on terror in Pakistan

Pakistan and the War on Terror

Pakistan’s role in the war on terror, which had been recognised by the world until the last US government, has suddenly turned into a question mark in President Trump’s era. The power shift in the United States has certainly brought a policy shift in Afghanistan in general and towards Pakistan in particular.
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Kulbhushan Jadhav: The Spy Who Confessed

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word “spy” tells about a person who secretly tries to get information about a country or an organization for another country or organization. Such an individual is considered a criminal and is punished by the country for his crimes.
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Kulbhushan Jadhav: An Opportunity for Both Nations to Start a Dialogue Process

People to people contacts, bus service, train links, most favored nation status, water sharing, track two dialogues and goodwill visits of leaders – peace process is an everyday business between India and Pakistan ever since the united India was divided into two by the British Empire.
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Blasphemy: Today and the Way Forward

Some issues in Pakistan have had such impact that they have been influencing the very history of Pakistan. Blasphemy! The very idea and the long-standing history associated with it makes this very concept cringe worthy to any civilized person living in Pakistan. The backlash and the fanaticism associated with blasphemy keep many a people from raising their voices.
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