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The Fear That Haunts Peshawar

Two weeks after a Taliban attack on a local school killed 147 people, 136 of them children, the Pakistani city of Peshawar is still raw with grief and fear. 631 more words

Two nations and a divided family

A narrative of Partition written in terms of the subcontinent’s Hindus and Muslims tells an incomplete story

By- Derek O’Brien

The news ticker says, Peshawar church blast: 60 killed. 935 more words

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Saga of Salagarhi

12th September is a day celebrated by the Sikh Regiments of the Indian Army as Salagarhi Day. In remembrance of the 21 braves who fought and laid down their lives against an enemy force of 10000, in the famous last stand at the Salagarhi Post, during the Tirah Campaigh in 1897. 719 more words

ABC Wednesday

The Battle for Pakistan: Dir

Manzoor Ali’s excellent paper published here

Spread over 2,040 square miles in Pakistan’s North-West Frontier Province (NWFP), Dir is fertile and picturesque, producing wheat, barley, and fruits and covered in fir, pine, and walnut trees. 302 more words

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Pakistan's misery is just starting

This is an insightful piece by The Australian which avoids the usual stereotyping and tries to delve deeper into the Pakistani disaster. PTH views have also been quoted – glad to note that we are being heard – Indeed, the Pakistanis and the world must wake up. 1,583 more words

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Pakistan, Faisal Shahzad and the Pakistani Taliban

Pakistan: Faisal Shahzad and the Pakistani Taliban

Published on May 10, 2010 | 2338 GMT

http://www.stratfor.com/?utm_source=General_Analysis&utm_campaign=none&utm_medium=email

Summary

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said May 9 that the United States has evidence linking the Pakistani Taliban to Faisal Shahzad, the man who confessed to the failed bombing attempt at Times Square in New York City on May 1. 1,481 more words

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