EXCLVISIVE REPORTS
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A historical introduction to Naxalism in India. EFAS commentary

India’s remarkable economic development in the last 30 years has earned it the rank of the fastest growing democracy in the world. However, three major issues in the country have threatened its advancement on the international scene, its development and its national unity. These are: the Ja

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True humanitarianism knows no borders. By Mekaal Hassan

The Kashmir dispute has once again been brought into the global consciousness. Earlier this month a plane flew over Headingley Stadium in Leeds during the Cricket World Cup, with a banner urging India to “free Kashmir”. Then Donald Trump made his unexpected offer this week to “m

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Capitalizing on recent gains in Jammu & Kashmir through pragmatic people-oriented policies must become the priority. EFSAS

In its recently published commentary, “Capitalizing on recent gains in Jammu & Kashmir through pragmatic people-oriented policies must become the priority”, the European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) comments on the muscular policy of the Indian government led by Prim

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Recent Escalation in Attacks are in direct reaction to Pakistan army’s growing atrocities in Balochistan: Khalil Baloch

This is the interview of Mr Khalil Baloch Chairman of Baloch National Movement (BNM) regarding current status of Baloch freedom struggle conducted by Manish Rai.



Mr Khalil Baloch Chairman of Baloch National Movement (BNM), one of the biggest Baloch nationalist political organisations. S

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A letter to Chief Executive of Pakistan to point out ramification of the blasphemy laws. By Dr. Stephen Gill

This letter was written about 18 years ago. Situation is going from bad to worse. Benazir Bhutto, a former prime minister of Pakistan, condemned the blasphemy laws because they cannot be objectively applied in a country where anyone can buy evidence for less than twenty rupees, equal to roughly s

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The real tragedy of the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka is that they could have been averted. EFSAS report

The decade-long spell of peace that citizens of the idyllic emerald island of Sri Lanka had become accustomed to after a hard-earned, bloody and contentious victory over the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in 2009 was jarringly shattered by the senseless carnage that a group of affluent,

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Cyber Crimes Wing of investigative agency launches inquiry against prominent Pakistani journalists: PPF report

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA’s), Cyber Crime Wing has initiated investigation against five prominent Pakistani journalists, an activist and four groups for ‘executing a targetted social media campaigns’ during the Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman visit to Pakistan

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Who Is Sisi of Egypt? A Reformer. By Cynthia Farahat, Middle East Quarterly

In August 2012, Mohamed Morsi, Egyptian president and leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, appointed general Abdel Fattah as-Sisi, then head of military intelligence, as minister of defense in place of Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi. Given his leadership position in the largely Islamist Egyptian army

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The Birth of Israel: U.S. Envoy McDonalds Tireless Efforts. By Shlomo Slonim: Middle East Quarterly

To the Gates of Jerusalem: The Diaries and Papers of James G. McDonald, 1945-1947. Edited by Barbara McDonald Stewart, Severin Hochberg, Richard Breitman, Norman J. W. Goda. Bloomington: Indiana University Press and U.S. Holocaust Museum, 2014. 297 pp. $30.



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UN Security Council Resolutions on Jammu & Kashmir; Past, Present and Future; EFSAS Report

Introduction: Prior to the partition of India on 15 August 1947, and the withdrawal of the British colonial rule, the north Indian State of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), one of the 570 odd big or small Princely States of the British Indian Empire had to decide about its future once the British paramountcy

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Why Allama Mashriqi Opposed the Partition of India? By Nasim Yousaf

August is an extremely important month in South Asian history. In August of 1947, British rule in the Indian subcontinent (now Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan) came to an end and two independent nations, India and Pakistan, emerged on the map. Allama Mashriqi (August 25, 1963 - August 27, 1963) was

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Misuse of Nepal territory by Pakistan Intelligence Agencies to foment Terrorism. EFSAS Report

Situated in the mighty Himalayas, flanked by Tibet to the north and India on the other three sides, Nepal is a small land-locked country in South Asia. The geostrategic importance of the country, which is nestled between two huge nations that have the world's largest populations and today represent

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Radio Hosts addresses the NJ Attorney General with a racial slur

New Jersey: July 30, 2018. (PCP) The American Sikh Council (ASC) is shocked at the xenophobic and unprofessional behavior of the two radio hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco when they addressed New Jersey's first Sikh American Attorney General Gurbir Singh (Grewal) with a racist epitaph on Wednesda

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If India can be partitioned on religion why not China / Taiwan on ideology. By Hem Raj Jain

Religion also works as ideology in politics / State matters (ii)- China recognizes Pakistan & Bangladesh and supports Pak's claim on Kashmir on the basis of religion (iii)- Secular-democracy v/s communism is legitimate political fight (iv)- India & world-community should not be intimidated by hollo

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Life is a Journey: Preparing for Our Final Destination. By Roshan Shah

There are different metaphors one could use to describe life. A common one is to consider it as a journey. A journey has a starting point and also an ending point or destination.
If you’ve been on a long train journey, you might have noticed how not long after the train starts people begin to make



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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

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