Tag: Pakistan

Pakistan | Indigenous polytheistic Kalash tribe under threat from Islamic extremism
Asia, National, World

Pakistan | Indigenous polytheistic Kalash tribe under threat from Islamic extremism

The smallest ethnic and Dharmic community in Pakistan is fighting for the survival of its culture and religious identity, in the face of religious extremism, forced conversion, migration, and climate change. Are we going to allow this rich culture to vanish from the pluralistic land of Akhand Bharat? Who are the Kalash? The term ‘Kalash’ […]

SCO’s Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (RATS): Highlights and Challenges for Indian Security
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SCO’s Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (RATS): Highlights and Challenges for Indian Security

The member nations of RATS cooperate with one another and other international organisations to acquire intelligence to combat terrorism. India considers RATS an important and effective organisation in the fight against terrorism and has made serious efforts to promote peace, prosperity, and stability throughout the Eurasian region. Terrorism emanating from Pakistan and Afghanistan that threatens […]

Hindus under attack: Hate crimes, Persecution, and Discrimination against Hindus across the world continues unabated
Asia, National

Hindus under attack: Hate crimes, Persecution, and Discrimination against Hindus across the world continues unabated

Attacks on Hindus and Hindu Dharma, both in Bharat and overseas, are frequent and unrelenting. In many regions of the world, this persecution is like a genocide slowly unfolding before our eyes. For decades, the world has ignored the actual depth and breadth of these attacks, driven by disturbing anti-Hindu bigotry. From murders, forced conversions, […]

Analysis | Balochistan – A Saga of Devolutions, State Repression and quest for Freedom
Analysis, Asia, Featured

Analysis | Balochistan – A Saga of Devolutions, State Repression and quest for Freedom

“Today from the ramparts of Red Fort, I want to greet and express my thanks to some people. In the last few days, people of Balochistan, Gilgit, Pakistan-occupied Kashmir have thanked me, have expressed gratitude, and expressed good wishes for me.” When the Indian Prime Minister acknowledged the people of Balochistan from the ramparts of […]

Nuclear War Threats by Russia, China, Pakistan and North Korea – Empty Rhetoric or Cause for Alarm?
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Nuclear War Threats by Russia, China, Pakistan and North Korea – Empty Rhetoric or Cause for Alarm?

“A nuclear war can never be won and must never be fought” President Ronald Reagan Nuclear warfare, also known as atomic warfare and thermonuclear warfare, is a military conflict or political strategy that deploys nuclear weaponry. Nuclear weapons are weapons of mass destruction. In contrast to conventional warfare, nuclear warfare can produce destruction in a […]

Pakistan Resolution Day – Tracing the genesis of Communal Antagonism
Analysis, Asia, Featured

Pakistan Resolution Day – Tracing the genesis of Communal Antagonism

The People of India at large, in their collective conscience, have forgotten the history and significant events that unfolded in the making of the modern Indian Republic. They have forgotten the communal travesties caused by the partition, unleashed by the forces fighting for the establishment of an Islamic state. The CAA legislation is a delayed […]

Hindus in Pakistan: A Saga of Systematic, Chronic and Shocking violations of religious freedom
Analysis, Asia, Featured

Hindus in Pakistan: A Saga of Systematic, Chronic and Shocking violations of religious freedom

Human rights and religious freedom conditions continued to deteriorate at an unprecedented rate in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan during 2019-2020. Pakistan’s widespread violation of human rights and its tolerance of human rights violations by non-state actors demonstrate a blatant disregard for its obligations under international human rights norms.