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Sri Lankan opposition parties seek to bring back Rajapaksa

 
A number of opposition parties and organisations—supporters and allies of former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s ruling coalition—have launched the “National Front to Defend the ...
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Fear grips Pak Christians after terror strikes Lahore

 
Fear is running high in the homes of the over 70,000 Christians in Youhanabad, a settlement in Lahore - the capital of Pakistan’s populous Punjab ...
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What does the Boko Haram/ISIS alliance mean?

 
For Boko Haram it’s a big propaganda coup, even for ISIS but operationally what the alliance holds out is unclear. ...
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Pakistan Parliament paves way for further militarization ...

 
Criticising the new Pak law that seeks to facilitate the trial of terrorists and others in military courts, the analyst, a Pakistani Sindhi activist, says the law legitimises the practice of military courts trying dissenters....
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Uyghur academic completes one year in detention

 
Professor Tohti is held on charges of separatism; he was sentenced to life imprisonment on September 23, 2014 after a two-day trial....
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Graveyards become havens for Pak drug addicts

 
Karachi has become the hub of drug trafficking, and is fast becoming the Mexico of the East with the drug trade said to be worth a whopping $2 bn annually, and contributing to the spurt in violence in the city ...
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Obama wakes up to Afghan reality with half-step

 
The developments in Iraq and Syria have lessons for the Americans in Afghanistan. Playing for short term stakes, pampering Pakistan or spurning help from India, which has a stake in the well-being of Afghanistan besides expertise in handling insurgency, pay no dividends even in the near term, says the analyst....
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Pakistan takes China too for a raid on terrorism

 
Like the Americans, the Chinese, while extracting the promise of being a good boy from Pakistan, have been going about on their own to ensure the security of their men and materials in the land of the pure....
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Pakistan refuses to give up Diamer-Bhasha dam

 
While the blue prints read well, and may gel well with the market pundits, it is doubtful whether any lender will like to try his luck in a country, which is politically unstable and economically bankrupt, and has become the epi-centre of terrorism...
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Modi visit to Tokyo: Outcome

 
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s five-day visit to Japan, which ended today will remain  a land mark in the relations between the two countries. Here ...
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