NO American president has ever encouraged any aggression on India’s part towards Pakistan. Invariably, American presidents have worked for peace, especially after the two countries acquired nuclear status. Islamabad might have often felt disappointed by America’s refusal to be more categorical on issues such as the Kashmiris’ right to self-determination, but the standard line pursued by all American presidents has been to urge Pakistan and India to work for peace. Read More »A go-ahead for India?
December 3, 2008
NEW DELHI: A private rescue group from Israel has claimed that Indian commandos inadvertently killed some of the hostages in the terror attacks in Mumbai, and the claim has evidently embarrassed both governments, news reports say.Read More »Indian commandos killed Israeli hostages: report
Societies in the subcontinent have changed very rapidly. Traditional set-ups have been dismantled, and in the absence of a new social order, societies have become anarchic. Militant groups are an outgrowth of these socio-economic conditions
Read More »WASHINGTON DIARY: Decaying societies —Dr Manzur Ejaz
By Nauman Tasleem
LAHORE: The prices of used vehicles have increased by 15 to 25 percent because of rapid increase in prices of new cars, a survey conducted by Daily Times found on Tuesday.
Read More »Used car prices in Pakistan increase 15-25% following rise in new cars’ rates
Our country is going through a very difficult time. Besides the law-and-order situation, the biggest problem at the moment is the financial crisis. With a lot of effort, after significant canvassing and agreeing to stringent IMF conditions, we managed to get a loan of $7.6 billion. How long this will keep our heads above the water is hard to say.Read More »The state of our sciences-By Dr A Q Khan