Though minor in strength and economy, Pakistan is among very important Muslim nations and hence enemies of Islam have destabilized it. Having maintained good relations with Saudi Arabia and Iran, Pakistan has played important roles in Islamic world but, unfortunately, also has been aiding the anti-Islamic nations as well. That is source s and cause of tragedy of Pakistan.

At a time when Bangladesh is trying to establish itself in the world as a self-dignified and self-reliant country, a nexus of local and international conspirators are devising a conspiracy in order to hinder this progress.—Sheikh Hasina, Honourable Prime Minister, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh

Friday night’s attack at a Spanish cafe in capital Dhaka’s most secured Diplomatic quarter (Gulshan) reflected the outburst of a new security related reality that has been slowly on rise in Bangladesh from 2013 onwards. On the night, Bangladesh experienced an unprecedented scale of attack that raised the concern over the securities to a new height.

The elaborate shuttle diplomacy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the India’s membership on the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) has ended fruitlessly as the forum has decided not to consider the application of countries that are not the signatories of Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

Interview with- National Scholar Prof. Swapan Kumar Majumdar

Prof. Swapan Kumar Mujumdar, is India’s renowned Academician, National Scholar and Management Expert who is currently the Director of the Institute of Management at the J.K Laxmipat University in Jaipur of Rajasthan State. He is an avid reader, critical thinker and a passionate teacher with thirty four years track record of success in teaching, consulting, research and academic administration of world class organizations.

One of objective of ‘Asia pivot’ policy of USA has been to target China as a military ally of Russia and keep the Asian nations away from Chinese influence. Washington has been able to put pressure on Russia not to dominate the nations in Asia with military tie ups. In this respect, there is a stiff completion and even conflict among China, India and Japan to shift Bangladesh away from China.

The two Asian giants China and India have been locking horns in the Indian Ocean (IO) for creating their supremacy through their maritime strategies. Geostrategist and historian Alfred Thayer Mahan once said, “Whoever controls the Indian Ocean dominates Asia.

America has been punishing Pakistan in all possible ways, pushing it to too far and possibly in order to appease cash rich New Delhi. Washington wants India to shed both Russia and China as arms suppliers and in their place accept US conditions for the sale of terror goods and related military equipment and supporting Indian case for Kashmir.  

Sadvi Prachi is the leader of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (World Hindu Council). In Roorkee, where there has been a communal clash injuring 32 people, over the forcible evacuation of a scrap dealer's shop, Ms. Pradi was not trying to reduce tensions when she stated "... it is time to make India Muslim-free." Her VHP's extreme views against Hindu Muslim marriages, Christian conversion and cow slaughter are well known. The latter fanning the flames of communal violence and resulting in the lynching of a Mohammad Akhlaq at Dadri on September 28, 2015.

Pakistan and India are two nuclear powers in South Asia, fighting for Kashmir. Both now want to be in the NSG, dedicated to curbing nuclear arms proliferation globally.

The recent news reported by media about Sri Lanka’s proposal to demolish the century old St. Antony’s church in Katchtheevuhas irritated the Indian ruling elite, particularly the political parties across Tamil Nadu. These parties are now standing in one voice to pressure New Delhi to thwart this Sri Lankan move.

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