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A recent video of Beant Singh’s son expressing his regret over his father’s assassination of Indira Gandhi has brought

Gurdwara Dera Sahib: A Tale of Destruction and Devastation During the Partition

Amidst the tumultuous upheaval of the 1947 Partition, Gurdwara Dera Sahib, a revered

The Forceful Return of Afghan Refugees and the Imperative for Comprehensive Support

"As shown in image, a camp near the Torkham

Why China wants to erase ‘Tibet’ ?

China has started to call Tibet “Xizang” instead of Tibet for several reasons.

People’s Liberation Army-Navy (PLA-N) Provokes Again in Indo-Pacific Region

China is aggressively pursuing conflict with its Indo-Pacific neighbours, employing the People’s Liberation

Mystery Pneumonia Outbreak in China Raises, Global Concerns

In a development reminiscent of the early days of the 2019 COVID-19 pandemic,

Martyrdom Day of Guru Tegh Bahadur: A Legacy of Courage and Compassion

On this day, we commemorate the martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth

After JF-17, J-10C Fighters, Cash-Strapped Pakistan Turns To China For Light Combat Aircraft JL-15

"After the JF-17 and J-10C, China has pitched L-15 (JL-10) Lead-in Fighter Trainer

Afghanistan-Pakistan Tensions As a Result of Deportation of Refugees

There is a complex web of reasons why Pakistan has chosen to deport scores of illegal Afghan refugees from

Mistake by Maldives

Muizzu’s missing the basics. His country needs India, always the first responderMaldives President Mohamed Muizzu wasted no time after

Pakistani Links To Jihadist Terrorism In Europe: Unveiling A Multifaceted Menace

The extensive involvement of individuals of Pakistani origin in jihadist activities across Europe is underscored by recent events in

Attack On Mianwali Air Base: Pakistan's Security Crisis And The Imperative Of A Holistic Approach

The recent terrorist attack on Pakistan’s Mianwali Air Base highlights a grave security crisis. The assault follows a series

China’s Strategic Focus on Pokhara Unveiled: Projects, Controversies, and Cultural Influence

China has set its sights on the picturesque city of Pokhara, making strategic moves that go beyond infrastructure projects

A Call for independence: The 9th East Turkistan General Assembly and the Uyghur’s fight against Genocide

The 9th East Turkistan General Assembly, held from November 10-12, 2023, in Washington,

Xi Speech on Foreign Investment in China Leaves Many Questions

Chinese President Xi Jinping wants corporate leaders to know that Beijing is taking

PSDP is unaffordable: IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has stated that the Public Sector Development

German company’s Xinjiang partner linked to Chinese forced labor

A German newspaper report that it found close ties between China’s state-sponsored Uyghur

Continued obfuscation of Tibetan minorities by China through its latest white paper on Tibet

The Chinese government on 10th November 2023 released a white paper on the progress it has achieved in Tibet

Is Pakistan Committing a Genocidal Act on Afghan Refugees?

From a safe haven, Pakistan has become a repugnant and cruel state for millions of Afghans overnight. On the

Pashtun Protests Over Pakistan’s Afghan Refugees’ Eviction Go Global

"Image shows on November 10, Afghan diaspora members in Austria rallied outside the Pakistani embassy in Vienna's 19th district

The Boomer Exodus: A Workforce Wave Set to Rattle Canada

As the last of the baby boomer generation prepares to celebrate their 65th

Diwali Celebrations in Canada Marred by Khalistani Extremism: A Case of Religious Hatred

In a shocking turn of events, a video capturing the disruption of a

Mass Deportations 'Could Bring Further Trouble' to Region: ICG

"International Crisis Group’s expert Ibraheem Bahiss, in a “Q and A” released by

Digitally inept

In this highly digitized world, the search for voters and supporters at mass

Digital Inadequacy

In the digital age, where information flows seamlessly and connectivity shapes the

Canada’s Rising Violent Crime Wave Amidst Vote-Bank Politics

Harpreet Singh Uppal, a 41-year-old man described as a “higher-level figure” in Edmonton’s organized crime scene, and his young

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