Oversmart Imran facing problems (arrest etc) because, after getting considerable public support by invoking Islam, didn’t try for new just global Islamic order. By Hem Raj Jain

Over smart Imran should understand that Islam is not a religion which can be trifled with, easily (ii)- Without dedicating himself in the true service of Islam, Imran can’t come out of his problems and humiliations. 

Hours after PTI chief Imran Khan was arrested in the capita


People’s spirit to help each other shone bright in the darkest of COVID-19 times. By BOBBY RAMAKANT

Despite the grief and sorrow brimming in people’s hearts during the severest of the COVID-19 pandemic waves, the indomitable spirit to help each other survived and shone bright.

 "It was not only the COVID-19 pandemic but also cascading humanitarian crises which had caus


Is Pakistan Heading for Greater Civil Unrest? By Manish Rai

 The dramatic arrest of former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan inside a courthouse in the capital Islamabad by security forces has escalated political tensions in the country to new heights. The chain of events that followed this arrest was somewhat hard to imagine in Pakistan. Mr Khan&#


Debating the Future of Rohingyas: Return or Resettlement? By Erina Haaque

The issue of whether Rohingyas should return to their motherland Myanmar is a complex one, and the recent discussions about repatriation have sparked debate. The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR has registered approximately 1 million Rohingyas who are currently residing in Bangladesh. A pilot


Will the Myanmar-Bangladesh pilot return project ensure the Rohingya repatriation? By Harunur Rasid

Even though the repatriation of Rohingyas has made no substantial progress in the last five years, a delegation of Rohingya refugees traveled to Myanmar on Friday to see new facilities erected in preparation for the resurrection of the long-stalled plan. Officials have expressed optimism that rep


India provides a golden opportunity to China to enter India physically through Manipur and Tezpur / Tawang to plant & flourish Chinese Buddhism in India. By Hem Raj Jain

 Xi Jinping will have to stop relying mainly on economic & military approach to counter India’s support to the USA in containing & harming China (ii)- India is evidently grossly underestimating China as it did  during run-up to 1962 Indo-China war which was most humil


Should Rohingyas go back to their motherland Myanmar? By Erina Haque

About 1 million Rohingyas currently residing in Bangladesh are registered with the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR. A pilot project to repatriate over 1,100 Rohingya refugees is now in discussion. Bangladesh and Myanmar want to start the repatriation of Rohingyas before the monsoon season wit


Tellis & US- establishment Should know China can easily take-over India politically if tries to convert majority of Hindus to Chinese Buddhism. By Hem Raj Jain

Not only India’s arch enemy nuclear Pakistan but other countries of SAARC are also very friendly to China (ii)- Entire US Foreign policy against China will fall flat on ground if  China seriously tries to takeover India politically through Chinese Buddhism (iii)- China can convert


Close the tap: Mopping the floor approach is not enough to end TB. By SHOBHA SHUKLA

As per the latest Global TB Report of the World Health Organization (WHO), globally 10.6 million people developed TB in 2021 - an increase of 4.5% from 10.1 million in 2020. Eight of the thirty high TB burden countries (India, Indonesia, China, Philippines, Pakistan, Democratic Republic of the Co


Dead Man Walking: One Poet's Struggle for Freedom of Speech in Bangladesh. By William Gomes

On the 26th of April 2023, Mohammad Mofijul Islam, the officer in charge of the Jatrabari police station of Dhaka Metropolitan Police in Bangladesh, recorded a general diary alleging that I, William Gomes, a freelance journalist and Bangladeshi living in the UK, committed a crime under Section 21


Why does UN acknowledge Bangladesh efforts to implement CHT Peace Accord finally? By Mehjaben Bhanu

The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues has acknowledged the progress made in implementing the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) Peace Accord, in its report on its 22nd session, held in New York from April 17 to 28. The Bangladesh delegation spoke about the achievements of the governme


Strategic importance of the India-Bangladesh’s recent ‘military diplomacy’. By Jubeda Chowdhry

Defense cooperation between India and Bangladesh has made significant progress in the last few years. It is depicted in the exchange of visits between the leaders of the two countries, as well as the conduct of training programs, joint exercises, and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (H


Could Japan-Bangladesh new strategic engagement change the region's current geopolitics? By Samina Akhter

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday said Bangladesh and Japan have successfully elevated the bilateral relations to a "Strategic Partnership" from the existing "Comprehensive Partnership".

"Prime minister Kishida and I have discussed today the entire gamut


Margdarshan Resolution: Fact or fiction. By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Chairman of World Forum for Peace & Justice

 I came across a statement in ‘Scoop News,’ made by Dr. Ajay Chrungoo, Chairman, ‘Panun Kashmir’ that ‘The return and rehabilitation of the persecuted Kashmiri Hindus is possible only when Margdarshan Resolution is adopted by the state of India.’ As we kno


Can Pakistan-Bangladesh 'presidential felicitation diplomacy' mend the ties? By Mehjabin Bhanu

President of Pakistan Arif Alvi has congratulated President Md Sahabuddin on taking charge as the 22nd President of Bangladesh.

In a congratulatory message on Monday, Arif Alvi said, 'Congratulations to you for assuming office as the 22nd President of the People's Republic of Ba

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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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