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India’s Tectonic Shift towards ‘Hindutva First’ over ‘Kashmiris First’

Subhajit Naskar | India is on a steady transition of saffronisation after consecutively two massive victories of BJP in 2014 and even with a stronger...
Kashmiris

Kashmiris are living a long nightmare of Indian colonialism

Goldie Osuri | India’s decision to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in early August, and the repression and communications blackout that followed, is another...
Kashmir

Kashmir: India’s last card? – Dr Farid A Malik

Dr Farid A Malik | The Prime Minister (PM) is right in saying that by invoking Article 370 of which 35A is a part of...
India's

Modi 2.0 and India’s regressive reverse metamorphosis

Hassan Aslam Shad | As Pakistan still recovers from the impacts left by religious extremism, India is falling headfirst into the very same pit. The sheer...
Nagarparkar

Nagarparkar: The land of History and Architectural Marvels

GVS Magazine | Born from under the sea, Nagarparkar is a small town situated at the foot of the dramatic and mineral-rich Karunjhar hills, and...
dual

Dual Nationality is negation to the Article 62 & 63 (c)

Kunwar Dilshad | The government has decided to allow dual nationality holders to contest elections and be part of the electoral process. In my opinion...
HUMAN RIGHTS

INDIAN HUMAN RIGHTS RECORD

Ikram Sehgal | India’s human rights record of India has been a matter of dispute since its independence from British rule in 1947. The Indian...
Scarcity

Pakistan’s Peculiar Water Scarcity: Role of the Private Sector

GVS Magazine | Water scarcity is perceived in multiple ways; water shortage, inability to access or consume water. This may be due to physical shortage...
Places

Amazing Places of the World, A Must-See

Raana Kanwal |  The world is full of beautiful and amazing places. It is a collection of attractive and mysterious sites that can blow one’s...
Kashmir

UN Security Council and Kashmir – What does the future hold?

Dr. Zeeshan Khan | Sun Tzu says in his book, ‘The Art of War,’ that the supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy...
greed

Unbridled greed – Dr. Farid A Malik

Dr. Farid A Malik | Unbridled greed translates to “tammah’. In Persian they say that the word is lethal as it has no punctuations or...
India

India’s Penchant for Self-Destruction

Zubeda Niazi | India has time and again, flaunted herself as the largest democracy as well as a secular state, a so-called advocate of peace,...
Modi

Hindu Nationalism and Kashmir: Modi inspired by Hitler?

Ayesha Umar | In India, after Narendra Modi became India’s 14th Prime Minister in 2014, the normalization of virulent religious majoritarianism has been on the...
Zia

Gen Zia’s Crash & Return of Democracy Reflections after 31 Years

Rizwan Shehzad | On August 17, 1988, ex-president General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq died in a plane crash. General-turned-president Zia (literal meaning light), the Chairman Joint Chiefs...
Kashmir

Indo-Pak Quagmire: Kashmir the Unfinished Agenda

Ousama Khurshid | September 1949 was a key moment in South Asian history. The constitution of India came into effect and India truly became a...
Zia

General Zia: The 10 Year Reign That Lost Pakistan’s Soul

GVS News Desk | General Zia-ul-Haq, may have had no control over international events which came to epitomize his era such as the Soviet invasion...
Indian

Operation Swift Retort – Pakistan’s befitting reply to Indian aggression

DJ Kamal Mustafa | Everyone knows how Pakistan Air Force lit up the sky on 27th February 2019 and destroyed two Indian Air Force jets....
Tax

Talking without facts: Tax issue or government expenditures?

Dr. Farrukh Saleem | In 1958, Field Marshall Mohammad Ayub Khan wanted to expand the tax net. In 1969, General Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan wanted...
Kashmir

The Kashmir crisis spotlights what civilizational world looks like

Dr. James M Dorsey | India’s decision to deprive Kashmir of its autonomy, alongside a clampdown in the troubled north-western Chinese province of Xinjiang and...
Russia

Alt-Media Is Entering New Era: Russia & China Divided Over Kashmir

Andrew Korybko | Contrary to the false claims regularly propagated within the Alt-Media Community, Russia and China don't always coordinate every aspect of their foreign...
Kashmir

India no longer Secular after Kashmir move

Saad Rasool | On 5th of August, 2019, the myth of a secular India – inclusive of its many minorities – was finally buried by...
India’s

India’s Doing Everything That Israel Wishes It Could Do, But Few Seem To Care

Andrew Korybko | India’s revocation of Kashmir’s relative “autonomy” embodies everything that its new “Israeli” ally wishes it could do to Palestine such as eliminating...
greenhouse

Land clearing and farming contribute a third of the world’s greenhouse gases

Mark Howden | We can’t achieve the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement without managing emissions from land use, according to a special report released today by...
Constitution

Hindutva rogue Raj: Modi Murdered Constitution & Democracy

Dr. Zafar Nawaz Jaspal | The rogue Hindutva raj unlawfully revoked Article 370 from the Constitution of India, which granted special and autonomous status to...
Venezuela

5 reasons why Trump’s Venezuela embargo won’t end the Maduro regime

Marco Aponte-Moreno | The U.S. has announced an economic embargo on Venezuela, intended to put an end to President Nicolás Maduro’s authoritarian regime. In an Aug. 5 executive order,...
Rolls Royce

LNG: the Rolls Royce of gases – Dr Farid A Malik

Dr Farid A Malik | At a price of $ 11.34 per MMBTU LNG for most Pakistanis is as unaffordable as buying a Rolls Royce...
Pakistan's

Human Capital – Real Asset of Pakistan’s Hospitality Industry

Hadi Pirzada | The Hospitality and Tourism is a growing industry that has been recognized by the current government’s determination of building this industry as...
Whaley Bridge

Whaley Bridge dam: concrete infrastructure will not last forever without care

Mohammad Heidarzadeh | Torrential rain in the Midlands and North of England that saw half a month’s rain fall in one day caused such volumes of water...
violence

Could a national buyback program reduce gun violence in America?

Lacey Wallace | Americans own nearly half of the world’s guns, with approximately 120 firearms for every 100 U.S. residents. Gun control policies may someday restrict...
AI

AI is here to stay. Now we need to ensure everyone benefits

Juliet A. Gerrard | Artificial intelligence (AI) is already in use in many sectors. Its contribution is expected to rise steadily, driven by advances in...

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