Category Archives: Pakistan

Solution Of Afghan Problem Lies In Nailing “Terroristan”; By J.K Verma

CAS article no. 0047/2017 Courtesy: Aviation and Defence Universe US President Donald J Trump threatened Pakistan that it must change its policies. “No partnership can survive” if the country is “harbouring militants and terrorists who target US service members and officials.” Trump also stated that India should give more economic aid and developmental assistance to Afghanistan and can play significant role in the region. On August 21, 2017 US President… Read Article →

Pakistan Army Punished Nawaz Sharif For Challenging Its Authority; By J. K. Verma

CAS article no. 0041/2017 Courtesy: Aviation & Defence Universe On July 28 in a landmark judgment Pakistani Supreme Court ousted the elected Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who dared to confront the all powerful Pakistani Army. Nawaz Sharif was elected Prime Minister thrice but shunted out before completion of the tenure every time. The five judge’s bench unanimously threw him out, although he was not convicted for any crime, depicts the… Read Article →

Pak Army Needs a Blunt Message, Time for Niceties Is Over; By J. K. Verma

CAS article no. 0034/2017 Courtesy: The India Saga Pakistan Army’s rogue Border Action Team (BAT) which consists of regulars of Pak army and terrorists of various outfits not only killed but mutilated  the bodies of two Indian soldiers at Krishna Ghati sector in Poonch district in Jammu region early this week, sparking a national outrage over the reprehensible and inhuman act.    The military controlled Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) created… Read Article →

Pakistan To Be Blamed For Its Sliding Relations With Afghanistan; By JK Verma

 CAS article no. 0028/2017 Courtesy: Aviation & Defence Universe The statement of former Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai that “We want friendly relationship but not to be under Pakistan’s thumb” was prophetic and depicts the hard truth. The military controlled Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) erroneously feels that it can control Afghanistan through the terrorist outfits created and funded by it. Pakistan army is also obsessed with the illogical concept of achieving… Read Article →

Indo-Pak may revive talks; By Shastri Ramachandaran

CAS article no. 0023/2017 Courtesy: DNA India In the wake of Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading his party to an impressive victory in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, revival of the long-stalled talks with Pakistan seems a distinct possibility. Contrary to the impression created by the hard line and hostile rhetoric of recent months, straws in the wind suggest that both sides may have been working behind the scenes for… Read Article →

Afghanistan should pay back Pakistan in the same coin; By Jai Kumar Verma

CAS article no. 0009/2017 Courtesy: South Asia Monitor Pakistan pursues the policy of “strategic depth” whereby it wants to convert Afghanistan into a client state. Its Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), which controls several terrorist outfits in Afghanistan, enhances the terrorist activities when it feels that the Afghan government is not following its diktat or becoming close to India. ISI uses the Taliban to dislodge the lawful government and, if feasible,… Read Article →

Is India Legitimately Worried Of Growing Russia-Pakistan Ties?; By JK Verma

CAS article no. 0005/2017 Courtesy: Aviation & Defence Universe  Post cold-war years and disintegration of erstwhile USSR have resulted into changed equations between many past friendships and India-Russia relations is one of them. Both have each other but have also found new friends in the region and beyond. The two nations since India’s independence remained on a strong footing, although defence cooperation was the fulcrum of the rapport.  But the… Read Article →

Are India and China Drifting Apart?; By Bhaskar Roy

CAS article no. 0162/2016 Courtesy: South Asia Analysis Group  Indian and Chinese National Security Advisors (NSAs) Ajit Doval and State Councillor Yang Jiechi are scheduled to meet in Hyderabad, India in the first week of November to review bilateral relations and regional developments.  Hugging and selfie diplomacy is over.  It is back to the brass tacks.  Core interests are to the fore. Doval and his delegation would certainly carry in… Read Article →

Once again espionage is in news from Pakistan’s Delhi territory; By JK Verma

CAS article no. 0157/2016 Courtesy: Aviation & Defence Universe  Military controlled Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) which has been waging a low-intensity war against India, is not only pumping terrorists and suicide bombers but continuously raising and running agents in the country. The powerful ISI posts its officers and staff in the High Commission of Pakistan in New Delhi especially in Consular Section and when Indian nationals approach for Visa they… Read Article →