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The 'Blood Telegram' - a review

The book, ‘Blood Telegram’ by Gary Bass came out in 2013. Three years later, I began reading it towards the end of my summer break in the US and finished it on the return flight to Chennai. 1,133 more words

Is Turkey Following Pakistan's Descent Into Islamization?: Erdogan's power grab recalls Pakistan's military dictator, Zia ul-Haq.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s oppressive response to July’s failed coup attempt – in which he sacked thousands of government officials and journalists in a sweeping purge – threatens to drive the nominally secular Turkish state further down the path of Islamist totalitarianism. 220 more words


Today in South Asian history: the Indo-Pakistani War and Bangladesh Liberation War both end (1971)

India and Pakistan have fought no fewer than four full-on wars since the two nations came into being in 1947. Where the 1971 war stands out from the others is that it had nothing (directly, at least) to do with the disputed region of Kashmir. 1,670 more words


Another "benazir" return which can not be forgotten!

“You have suffered a lot. Now  that  they  are  going  to  kill  me tonight,  I want  to  free  you  as  well.  If you want to, you can leave Pakistan.

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Pakistan helped China reach out to the world

Pakistan helped connect China to the rest of the world by operating the first international flight from Karachi to Beijing, said former federal minister Dr Javed Jabbar. 350 more words

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