Monthly Archives: May 2010

Pakistan Air Force too radicalised, says Poreg

The heat and dust over the Pakistani-American Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad has completely side tracked a little known fact about the presence of extremist elements within Pakistan Air Force, according to Policy Research Group (Poreg). Shahzad’s father is a … Continue reading

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American alumni of Pakistan’s Jihad University in lime light

American is back to its strategy of piecemeal counter terrorism in the wake of Faisal Shahzad case, which has showcased the continued terror threat to the Big Apple. Investigations into Faisal’s motives and routes are being used to whip Pakistan … Continue reading

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HuJI, JMB, Hizb-ut-Tahrir set to merge

HuJI, JMB and Hizb-ut-Tahrir are closing ranks to form a new radical outfit with Maulana Saidur Rahman of Bangladesh as a convener,says a post on poreg.org. The Maulana, former JEI Amir in Habibganj Upzila, is presently heading the JMB. Maulana … Continue reading

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India-Bangladesh Scrip Looks UP*

By Malladi Rama Rao The visit of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to India in January (2010) has raised the prospects of a new chapter in bilateral trade. For decades both sides agreed on the potential for trade but it remained … Continue reading

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India-Pak FMs talks in July

New Delhi: India-Pakistan talks at the foreign ministers’ level will take place in Islamabad on July 15. S M Krishna will visit the Pakistan capital for the talks at the invitation of his counterpart, it was announced on Tuesday (May11) … Continue reading

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40 terror camps active in Pakistan along Durand Line says Russian diplomat

New Delhi: Forty terror camps are active in Pakistan-Afghanistan border areas, according to a Russian diplomat. The assessment is based on satellite imagery and intelligence reports, Ambassador Alexander M. Kadakin said. ‘The camps don’t sport their organisations’ names any longer … Continue reading

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Environment Was His Passion

A Tribute to Swaroop Krishna Sharma Ecologists and environmentalists miss Swaroop Krishna Sharma, who was a scientist by training, environmentalist by temperament and a connoisseur of music and heritage by passion. He gave as much to Chandigarh as his got … Continue reading

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It is death penalty to Ajmal Kasab for 26/11

Mumbai: Finally, it is gallows to Ajmal Kasab (22), the lone surviving Pakistani gunman in the Mumbai terrorist attack. Justice M L Tahaliyani of the Bombay High Court, who headed the special fast track court to try the case, sentenced … Continue reading

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Ajmal Kasab to be sentenced on May 6

Amidst clamour in the media columns for death penalty to the lone surviving terrorist of 26/11 mayhem, Ajmal Kasab, the special court has fixed May 6 for pronouncing the quantum of sentence.. Special Judge M L Tahaliyani on Tuesday pronounced … Continue reading

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Don Stevens speaks of Meher Baba

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