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Sri Lanka's Easter Sunday carnage: The unspoken Pakistan factor

So far, Al Qaeda or Al Qaeda in South Asia (AQIS) has been more active in this region. Post the Christchurch terror attacks, Al Qaeda issued a statement saying they would not attack religious places. But ISIS and Pakistan-based terror organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba and others have no such inhibitions, writes Lt Gen Prakash Chand Katoch (retd) for South Asia Monitor

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Pakistan: in judicial activism may lie its redemption

For a system as the one in Pakistan, judicial activism may be the only way to rid itself of corrupt government and thus deter abuse of office. Writes Ishtiaq Ahmed

Slowing India drags down South Asia growth: World Economic Situation and Prospects Report 2012

UN sees slowdown in India holding back South Asian economic growth. Double-dip recessions in Europe and US would affect countries across the region, UN warns.

Pakistan or Absurdistan? A pulp fiction turning real

It is in no one’s interests, for Pakistan to fail as a nation state. It already resembles a fictional place where all nightmare scenarios may come true at once.Writes Mayank Chhaya

Pakistan 2011: the year the chicken came home to roost for the military establishment

In Pakistan’s chequered history, 2011 will go down as the year when  Pakistani military  increasingly came under criticism, Writes Ishtiaq Ahmed

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