General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the Chief of Army Staff, Pakistan, assumed office on November 29th, 2016. The COAS in Pakistan has a set term of three years. Accordingly, General Bajwa was set to retire on November 28, 2019. On August 19th, the Pakistan PMO notified via a press release bearing official number PMO/3232/SPM/19 undersigned by … Continue reading Pakistan: A State in the Army’s Shadow
Democracies today are facing a new challenge: balancing the act of spycraft with the rights of privacy and freedom of speech and expression. Today, the United States is a massive world power because revelations about mass intelligence gathering by the US and its allies serve the useful purpose of advancing the national interest of the … Continue reading Dynamics of Democracy and Espionage
The Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) recently proclaimed its Indian province: Wilayad Al-Hind. This article piece talks about the human rights abuses in the erstwhile Islamic Caliphate and how that will disrupt the already fragile situation in J&K.
If there is a evil let's face it and make it a little less diabolic or if the will of "We the people of India" be to skill the sex-workers differently and provide them other opportunities and criminalize prostitution, then so be it! What is more important is that we act and not leave the issue in limbo and let the sex-workers feel the wrath of it.
As thousands travel to the US border seeking refuge, with a shimmer of hope of a brighter future, only to be mired and forced to camp in miserable conditions,
Who is responsible?
Read the inside story of The Migrant Caravan.
This articles talk about the widening gorge between the black and the white community in US, fueled by selfish motives of the parties. This article also explains the exact match law and other shady tactics being used.