India Can Have Working Relations With Taliban. By Manish Rai

Recently India has reinvented its engagement policy with the Taliban. As in the first week of June, a high-level Indian diplomatic delegation led by J P Singh, Joint Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs held a meeting with the Taliban’s acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi in


Barelvis should know- Would be more difficult for Muslims after Nupur-controversy to counter Hindutva highhandedness without moving SCI. By Hem Raj Jain

On Sunday June 19 in Bareilly (U.P.) the  Ittehad-e-Millat Council (IMC) chief Maulana Tauqir Raza Khan (at a public meeting of huge crowd) demanded the immediate arrest of former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma who remarked on a TV debate on May 27 about married life of Prophet Muhammad


Why Myanmar military Should Repatriate Rohingyas from Bangladesh As Soon As Possible? By Samina Akhter

Thousands of Rohingya Muslims rallied in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh's southeast coast, on Sunday, pleading with the international community to make arrangements for their safe return to Myanmar. Rohingyas organized demonstrations under the slogan "Let's go home" just a day befo


Why did Bangladesh need to cancel an NGO, Odhikar’s license? By Samina Akhter

The Bangladeshi NGO Odhikar has been deregistered by the Prime Minister's Office's NGO Affairs Bureau. The company's registration renewal application was denied on June 12 due to a bureau application.

The license of the private voluntary organization Odhikar has not been ren


How does Bangladesh set a shining example of communal peace and harmony in South Asia? -By Dr. Abantika Kumari

Bangladesh is made up of 160 million people who are multi-religious, multi-ethnic, and multi-lingual. The Constitution of Bangladesh guarantees all citizens the freedom to freely and peacefully practice their chosen religions. Religious minorities make up roughly 12% of Bangladesh's present p


An appeal for the protection of Christian minority Maraj Masih’ family. By Bishop FS Bhatti

To: Tatiana Volovaya, Director Genernal of UN Geneva 

 Peace & Justice Humanitarian authorities of USA, UK, Canada, Germany, European Union, Amnesty  International.



Local leaders unitedly push for One Health approach. Will G20 leaders tango? By SHOBHA SHUKLA, BOBBY RAMAKANT

Description automatically generatedBefore G20 leaders and experts meet next week for the second health working group meeting under Indonesian G20 presidency, local leaders from several cities across the Asia Pacific region have unitedly called for implementing One Health approach.



Future of State institutions in Afghanistan: An interview with Mr. Mahmoud Saikal, former Afghan Diplomat to the UN: EFSAS Article

The chaos that ensued post US troops withdrawal and subsequent Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in August 2021, has plunged the country to a record low vis-à-vis the functioning of virtually every sector of its society. While in the first days of gaining control, the extremist group boldly


Resistance Have Presence in Most Parts of Afghanistan- NRF

By Manish Rai: This is the interview of National Resistance Front (NRF) Spokesperson Mr. Sibghatullah Ahmadi taken through telephonic conversation.  Later I also received written answers to my questions and pics of NRF fighters from NRF media wing. Please consider it for publication.


How Both Murderer and Murdered can be Martyr’s in Kashmir? By Farooq Ahmad

Earlier, when militancy was on peak and different factions of separatist ideologies were sponsored by the Pakistan for implementing their nefarious agenda here the separatist groups were used to kill one another in order to keep their influence high in Kashmir.

On 21st of May 1990 the s


Indian Muslims & their leaders shedding crocodile tears for Gyanvapi Masjid. By Hem Raj Jain

The concern shown by the AIMIM President Owaisi about protecting Gyanvapi Masjid is not genuine. Indian Muslims (as I mentioned umpteen times in national and international media) can't get justice unless they file 6 petitions in Supreme Court of India (SCI), as given below :-

(1)- F


Can Myanmar-Bangladesh’s military ties stabilize the region? parvej siddique bhuiyan

Myanmar-Bangladesh’s military ties can stabilize the whole regions of South and Southeast Asia.  power shift in Myanmar and the subsequent polarization among the major powers triggered a new geopolitical flashpoint in Bangladesh’s strategic backyard, which the latter cannot


ISPR underestimating Imran‘s grudge of losing power because Lt Gen Faiz was not ISI Chief to provide money trails etc to opposition MNAs. By Hem Raj Jain

Imran must be repenting why he caved-in to Army Chief Gen Bajwa and why he didn’t listen to Bushra Begum who in 2021(as reported widely in media) wanted to retain Lt Gen Faiz Hameed as ISI Chief

-- Whatever twist the national and international media may give about the reasons behi


An Open Letter To Myanmar’s Policymakers From Bangladesh. By Jubeda Chowdhury

Dear respected Policymakers of Myanmar,

We, Bangladeshi citizens want a friendly relations between Bangladesh and Myanmar with neighbourly spirit. Because you are ours immediate neighbours  Thus, you should strengthen the bilateral ties with Bangladesh by resolving bilateral p


Kashmir turning Peaceful for Tourists. By Farooq Ganderbali

The most volatile region on account of uncertainty caused due to the pakistan sponsored terrorism is now turning peaceful for the tourists. Kashmiris are most hospitable people across the globe but were defamed by the radicalization and false propaganda spread by the strategists across the border

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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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