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By: Yatish Yadav

NEW DELHI: Pakistani army, frontier corps stationed in Balochistan and its wicked intelligence Agency, ISI have kidnapped and killed civilians, who questioned the repressive regime of the state. Pakistan army blames judicial activism for dragging cases of disappearances from the region to the light and thus giving army and ISI bad names,” reveals its top-secret publication for Operational commanders.

Pakistan, which over the years has nurtured terrorist outfits, is on the backfoot because it believes United States and India have joined hands to execute another dismemberment of Pakistan with the help of Iran.

A panic-stricken country has decided to shift the focus and in a hurriedly organized sham military court hearing, decided to handover death sentence to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who was kidnapped from Iran by ISI and its militant proxies. ... Read more »

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The Pakistani government has intensified its crackdown on progressive university professors and intellectuals. DW looks at why the state considers these peaceful academics a threat to national interests.

Earlier this month, the Pakistani paramilitary forces arrested Dr. Riaz Ahmed, a Chemistry professor at the University of Karachi, near the southern city's press club. Ahmed and two others were campaigning for the release of Dr. Hasan Zafar Arif, a former professor and leftist intellectual, who was detained last year by the security forces for his association with the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), a liberal political party whose leader Altaf Hussain has been living in self-imposed exile in London since the early 1990s. The Pakistani state considers Hussain a traitor; hence his party activists have been facing a fierce crackdown by police and paramilitary forces in the city which is still Hussain's political stronghold. Hussain, who in the past collaborated with the Islamic country's civilian and military leadership, has increasingly become critical of the state policies, particularly its alleged support of Islamist militants. ... Read more »

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