Inside out: Climate change induced migration. By Shobha Shukla, CNS

Climate change greatly impacts the lives of migrants in different parts of the world. According to the United Nations, by 2050, up to 1 billion people could be driven away from their homes due to the worsening impacts of climate change. Both, sudden and slow onset weather events, affect the migra


Another War Looming in Yemen. By Manish Rai

 Last month port city of Aden which is currently the seat of exiled President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi government was captured by southern separatists demanding secession of South Yemen. The separatists are backed by the UAE, Saudi Arabia’s “So Called” partners in Yemen. The r


Despite odds, determination of women climate migrants is writ large. By Shobha Shukla

The Baseco reclamation project is one of the 22 reclamation projects planned by the Philippines government along the Manila Bay. It is being opposed tooth and nail by the 70,000 settlers (mostly fisher folks) of Baseco Compound, Tondo, a reclaimed section of the Manila Port Area, who fear losing


The ‘special and privileged strategic partnership’ between Russia and India. EFSAS

In its recently published commentary, “The ‘special and privileged strategic partnership’ between Russia and India”, the European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) describes and analyses the historical and current context of Indo-Russian relations. Invited to Russ


NC should file proper petitions in Courts for release of all political activists & for plebiscite. By Hem Raj Jain

This refers to the statement of the National Conference (NC) on September, 16  that the party would take legal course to challenge the detention of its party President Farooq Abdullah under the ‘Public Safety Act’ (PSA) in J&K as reported at https://indianexpress.com/article/


Abrogation of Article 370: A boon for. By Samuel Baid

The provision of Article 370 in the Indian Constitution, to give a special status to Kashmir in the country and the Delhi Accord of July 24, 1952, between Kashmiri leaders and New Delhi, had once upset Pakistan so much that it rushed to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to complain that


Healthy Aging of Poets and Writers: Stephen Gill Feature 88

Dr. Lad Santiago asks Stephen Gill the type of lifestyle he has and recommends for poets and writers for their healthy aging? Dr. Lad Santiago (MFA, DC, PMD, ND, DM, NMD, DCCN, DCBCN, DABFM, FAAFM, FACFM, FAAIM, MDiv(c), and MPhil, PhD) specializes in preventive medicine and clinical nutrition. H


Trump should persuade Modi to wrest initiative at UNGA about plebiscite for peaceful Kashmir solution & fighting terrorism. By Hem Raj Jain

This refers to speech of Pakistan PM Imran Khan at a rally at Muzaffarabad on September 13, 2019 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebJmUrd7Vxw) where he has threatened to engulf Indian subcontinent in Jihadi-terrorism while cleverly and cunningly (but unsuccessfully) portraying Pakistan as a &lsqu


Let us set The Church of Pakistan right again. By Bishop Dr. Ijaz Inayat Masih

"Church of Pakistan is sick and needs our prayer, attention and proper medication for healing." The Church must be the "Tool of the Word of God" to set and improve spiritual standards in the lives of all people. Firstly, by preaching and practicing the Word of God and secondly


Terrorism is an Attack on Human Rights of All. By Jeffrey Imm

If we consistently recognized terrorism as an attack on our shared universal human rights, our campaigns against acts of terror and terrorist's extremist ideology could have more productive priorities.  In recognizing victims and demonizing terrorist criminals, the human rights argument


Masood, Haider & Ors. from AJK instead of giving lip service for Kashmiris should take-up peace-march to Srinagar. By Hem Raj Jain

People of AJK & Gilgit-Baltistan should understand that Kashmiris are their fellow-countrymen & women; By displaying (Curfew Counter which is presently showing more than 34 days, ‘Lift Curfew in Kashmir’, ‘Stop Genocide’ etc) on the website of the Government of the


A Poem: A Conversation By Dr. Stephen Gill


I asked my conscience

if it had perceived

in the eyes of humankind

the unshed tears

of hurt and humiliation.

A touch of scorn in its silence

nettled me to ask

if it had ever heard

the bricks o


Pakistan’s persecuted religious minorities. By Allabaksh

Recently, on August 11, Pakistan observed the National Minority Day. Ironically what should have been the occasion to mark the contribution of religious minorities to Pakistan, persecuted Christians appealed to the Pakistani authorities to not to be defined as a minority. Their contention: being


Strange negotiations in an incongruous environment do not portend well for peace in Afghanistan. EFSAS

In its recently published commentary, “Strange negotiations in an incongruous environment do not portend well for peace in Afghanistan”, the European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) comments on the bizarre and surreal milieu in which Zalmay Khalilzad, the US special represe


Failure of Pakistan to get any traction from the Closed Door UNSC Meeting on Kashmir. By Manzoor Ahmed

The UNSC closed door meeting on Kashmir on 16 August 2019 ended without any outcome precisely because it was not intended to be so. Pakistan’s preposterous claim that the UN had effectively raised the Kashmir issue again after 1965 fell flat when it was revealed that all countries in the Se

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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