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NATO's Afghan Lifeline
Mustafa Qadri investigates one of the main NATO supply routes from Karachi to Chaman on the Pakistan-Afghan border.
NATO's Afghan Lifeline
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The Bhutan Inssurgencies
The cliff-perched fortresses that dot Bhutan’s mountainous perimeter serve as a testimony to a longstanding effort to keep out foreigners.
The Bhutan Inssurgencies
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Chequered History
It is a decades-old scene common to every hamlet, town and city in India – a dusty playground at midday, chock full of schoolchildren armed with cricket bats and rubber balls, sweating bullets, but playing earnestly, despite the searing heat.
Chequered History
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Jihad: The Struggle Continues
When 10 gunmen terrorised central Mumbai for three days last November, effectively holding an emerging great power to ransom, elements from within Pakistan were immediately suspected.
Jihad: The Struggle Continues
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Indian High Commissioner Interview
Because it is in their interest to do so. India is the world’s fastest-growing democracy, with a population of 1.1 billion.
Indian High Commissioner Interview
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India's Business Climate
Much of the credit for the macro-stability that India currently enjoys must go to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who, as finance minister in 1991
India's Business Climate
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Afghanistan and Pakistan Take Center Stage
Afghanistan and Pakistan returned to prominence in 2008 after several years on the periphery.
Afghanistan and Pakistan Take Center Stage
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Cyberspace in Pakistan is no terrorist playground, says this expert.
US President George Bush is now calling Pakistan one of three “theatres” in the War on Terror, and authorising deadly raids into its territory.
Cyberspace in Pakistan is no terrorist playground, says this expert.
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Terrorists for Sale
Foreign journalists are under mounting pressure from their editors to secure interviews with central figures in Al Qaeda…
Terrorists for Sale
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Urgent: Pakistan
Never have the effects of terrorism been so directly felt in the heartland of the Pakistan establishment, and never have the challenges for the Government of Pakistan in crafting a response been so difficult.
Urgent: Pakistan
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Red star rising
The ancient temples around Durbar Square in Kathmandu flutter with pigeons and prayer flags as tourists mill around and hippies blow smoke down Freak Street.
Red star rising
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Without a Trace
Without a Trace
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Son of a Gun
On a motorcycle tour through India in August 2001, Australian paramedic Benjamin Gilmour and his girlfriend decided to venture into a country they knew nearly nothing about – Pakistan.
Son of a Gun
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Punjabi by Nature
Proponents of genetically modified (GM) cotton, claim that India’s so called GM Green Revolution has been a huge success.
Punjabi by Nature
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Sub-continental Drift
If you ask foreign policy wonks in New Delhi what they think of India’s ties to Australia, there usually follows a brief, slightly perplexed silence.
Sub-continental Drift
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Dying Legacy
This is Pakistan 2008, after eight years of military rule and fancy economic growth figures: under-heated and under-fed in its coldest winter in two decades.
Dying Legacy
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