Amjed Jaaved

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Mr Amjed Jaaved has been contributing free-lance for over five decades. He is author of seven e-books. Mr Jaaved has served Pakistan government for 39 years.

RAW’s journey from subtle disinformation to stark lies

When European Disinfo Lab exposed India’s disinformation network, India apologized. But, the portents are that India continues to spread disinformation, nay stark lies against...

Op-ed: Suicides and fratricides in India’s counter insurgency forces

Every now and then, the media flashes news of suicides and fratricides in Indian armed forces. Not only the jawans (soldiers) but also officers,...

Vandalism on the Capitol Hill: Food for thought for Pakistan’s democracy

The mob attack on the Hill engenders several questions about ‘demokratia’, ‘power to the people’. Has democracy become outdated in the modern age? Or,...

Op-ed: Modi sponsors militant outfits in India

Following the Bharatya Janata Party’s electoral victories, there has been a mushroom growth of anti-Muslim quasi-military outfits in India. Extremist organizations like the Rashtrya...

Op-ed: How India stifles dissent in the illegally-occupied Jammu and Kashmir State?

Not only the Kashmiris but also the Indians were surprised to learn that their valorous army had resumed fake encounters to terrify the Kashmiris...

Op-ed: Looking at another report on India’s draconian human rights violations

The International Federation for Human Rights has published a report on human rights violations in India. Its partner including the Association of Parents of...

Op-ed: UN should grant ‘some status’ and declare India a rogue state

With close to nine lakh troops, police constabulary, and security sleuths deployed, the Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir State is practically an Indian colony. Even...

Op-ed: Pakistan’s politicians are just ‘sand-dune’ leaders without a view of life

Opposition in Pakistan has taunted those at the helm of affairs of being ‘unprepared’ to hold reins of the government. Their taunt is an...

India’s attack on the UN vehicle: a mistake or planned?

Pakistan has approached the United Nations to investigate the recent attack on a United Nations’ Military Observers’ Group vehicle. This is not the first...

Op-ed: Will Indian government be able to scuttle the farmers’ protest?

Since November 26, 2020, farmers in India, mostly from the Punjab and Haryana have been protesting on the outskirts of chilly New Delhi (four...

Op-ed: India has mastered the art of fifth generation warfare, time for Pakistan to wake up!

The EU-based non-governmental organization, EU DisinfoLab, has released its second tranche of a goldmine of India’s vast disinformation network. It, inter alia, reveals that a...

Op-ed: Observing United Nations’ International days is useless

Each year, the UN observes international days to create awareness on ‘issues of concern’. The issue of self-determination for the Kashmiri in prison and...

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