Monthly Archives: April 2010

China documents HR disaster in Obama’s America

Responding to the US State Department’s Country Report on HR Practices for 2009, China has come up with its own ‘Country Reports’. It has gone unnoticed in the American mass media. Published by Information Office of the State Council, the … Continue reading

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Godless Religions : Soulless Secularism

Prof Surinder  Bhatnagar All ills, social or individual, stem from our ignorance of the purpose of our own existence. They stem also from our insistence that every body should think as I think- feel as I feel and act as … Continue reading

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India-U.S. Financial and Economic Partnership Launched

India and the United States launched the “India-U.S. Financial and Economic Partnership,” in New Delhi on Tuesday to help ease the entry of foreign capital into both countries. The initiative is aimed at encouraging more trade, investment and job creation … Continue reading

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TTP may turn to ‘soft’ targets after the ‘successful’ Peshawar strike

The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) which has claimed responsibility for the April 5 attack on Peshawar’s American Consulate used two vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIEDs) according to Stratfor. The militants targeted the main vehicle checkpoint leading into the consular compound. A … Continue reading

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Pak allows forign missions to have own security

Responding to concerns expressed by Western diplomats about their security, the Pakistan government has quietly allowed them to employ their own nationals for their security, the Dawn reported April 6. A number of foreign missions have also been permitted to … Continue reading

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Pakistan Army plans largest exercise since ’98

Islamabad:  The Pakistan Army will conduct a major field exercise from Saturday. Code-named Azm-i-Nau 3, it will be the largest since the Zarb-i-Momin war-games conducted in 1989. The ongoing PAF’s exercise High Mark 2010 will be fully integrated with the … Continue reading

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US, EU differ over Pak role in Afghanistan but agree on LeT threat

The United States and its European allies have developed differences over Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan particularly in the wake of arrest of Mullah Baradar and some other Taliban leaders in Karachi but there is agreement that the Lashkar-e-Taiba is emerging … Continue reading

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India is counting heads

New Delhi, April 5: Though it was kick-started on the April Fools Day just under week, there is no fooling around the head count that is underway across India’s   630,000 plus villages and 5,000 towns and cities from tin shanties … Continue reading

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