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NEWS EVENTS AND UPDATES IN MUSLIM WORLD IN ASIA INDIA PAKISTHAN AND OTHER REGINAL COUNTRIES

Kashmiris can opt for independence after accession: PM By Tariq Naqash

Prime minister reiterated Pakistan’s stance that Kashmir dispute can only be resolved by implementing the plebiscite guaranteed in United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions and said: “Once the plebiscite is implemented and Kashmiris join Pakistan, their relationship will be between Pakistan and Kashmiris.” He asked the people to focus on …

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KASHMIR’S FUTURE By A.G. Noorani

THE National Conference led by Dr Farooq Abdullah and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) led by Mehbooba Mufti have joined hands to face the onslaught on Kashmir’s rights launched by the BJP government on Aug 5, 2019. On the eve of that vicious attack, these two and other political parties …

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The geopolitics of Myanmar’s black swan coup By MICHAEL VATIKIOTIS

Myanmar’s coup highlights the limits of Western power in a new age of Asian geopolitical centrality that is strengthening Russia and China A Myanmar protester holds a bullet as protests against the military coup and detention of elected government members continue in Hlaing Thayar Township, Yangon, Myanmar, March 15, 2021. …

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Dal Lake: The Hot Spot of Tourism in Kashmir

Srinagar: Dal lake and its surroundings in Kashmir present a beautiful land scape. On the slopes of Zabarwan hills there are numerous tourist resorts looking towards Dal lake. This view in front of these gardens and in the background provides a magnificent view that fills void in one’s heart. The …

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Why did Bangladesh witness anti-Modi protests? BY FAISAL MAHMUD

It’s the anti-incumbency factor against Sheikh Hasina coupled with BJP’s dehumanising language targeting Bangladeshis, which has triggered both the left-leaning and conservative Bangladeshis against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Bangladesh’s golden jubilee celebration plan turned sour as massive protests erupted against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in Dhaka on …

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Re-imagining Pakistan as a savior of Central Asia By Shahid Raza

Ever since India ripped SAARC apart by boycotting the SAARC summit in Islamabad, the South Asian organization has turned into a dead horse. India has completely undermined any chances of turning SAARC into a South Asian free economic zone, through its subversion of the very fundamentals of SAARC. Indian elite has started …

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BANGLADESH UNDER INDIAN HATE INCITEMENT By Masud Ahmad khan

India and Bangladesh are extensively engaged in Golden jubilee Independence Day celebrations of Bangladesh. Indian hegemony has overshadowed Bangladeshi leadership who sing to the tune of Modi led hate incitement. India is also fueling its hate for Pakistan in to the minds and hearts of Bangladeshi masses through reigniting twisted …

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