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News & Analysis

December 16, 1971: The Day Of Infamy In Pakistan’s History

Zafar Bangash

Jumada' al-Ula' 07, 14442022-12-01

Most people in Pakistan would rather not remember the humiliating surrender of 90,000 Pakistani troops to the invading Indian army in December 1971 but those terrible days need to be recalled to discuss how the country ended up in that terrible situation and who was responsible.

News & Analysis

Disastrous Consequences of Military Rule in Pakistan

Zafar Bangash

Muharram 03, 14442022-08-01

Of all the institutions of state, the military is the most powerful in Pakistan. Regrettably, it has interfered in politics since the very beginning even though it played no part in the creation of Pakistan. We examine its disastrous role in civil affairs.


Pakistan continuing its war against its own people in Waziristan

Zia Sarhadi

Ramadan 18, 14252004-11-01

What fate awaits a government that wages war on its own people as the regime of general Pervez Musharraf is doing in Pakistan? Having experienced the tragedy of East Pakistan, most Pakistanis know the answer, but appear not to have grasped the gravity of the current crisis...

Special Reports

Newly-opened Pakistani archives cast further light on the real reasons for the loss of East Pakistan

Zafar Bangash

Shawwal 21, 14212001-01-16

The long-awaited Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report into the East Pakistan debacle of 1971 was finally released on December 30, 2000, although “sensitive” segments still remain out of the public eye. Even the 700 pages that have been released...

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