خاکی وردی، بھاری بوٹ اور قلب کی گہرائی سے “حق حق علی علی” کا نعرہ. اس نعرے کی بِیٹ نے فی الواقع رگوں میں بجلیاں بھر دی تھیں اور جوان اس پر دنیا و مافیہا سے بے خبر اس حال میں ڈبل مارچ کر رہے تھے کہ ان کے قدموں کی دھمک سے زمین دہل … More آرمی اٹیچمنٹ: تین ماہ کا تعلق اور عمر بھر کا رومانس-4
“آپ رات کو پٹرول پارٹی بھیجتے ہی کیوں ہیں؟ اس طرح تو جوانوں کی جان خطرے میں پڑ سکتی ہے۔” “یہ بارڈر ہے پارٹنر اور سامنے دشمن ہے۔” انہوں نے میرے احمقانہ سوال کا جواب نہایت تحمل سے دیا۔ “پٹرول پارٹی تو بھیجنی پڑتی ہے تاکہ بے خبری میں نہ مارے جائیں۔ ہم لوگ یہاں … More آرمی اٹیچمنٹ: تین ماہ کا تعلق اور عمر بھر کا رومانس-3
HUSSAIN SAQIB The general not only disgraced himself and his rank and position, he corrupted the entire political system. If he had refused to do what he did, he could have saved the nation from corrupt politicians Lt Gen Asad Durrani, a former spymaster, is in the news again, and again for entirely the wrong … More The Spy Chronicles: General Durrani owes an explanation to the nation too
HUSSAIN SAQIB This is the latest in the series of huge embarrassments that Indian Navy and its sub-marine force have been facing. Will the present Indian Chief of Naval Staff be made to resign after eating humble pie in Pakistani waters? Pakistan Navy’s fleet units detected and chased away an Indian Navy submarine while it … More Accident-prone Indian Navy eats another humble pie; this time in Pakistani waters.
The exercise is being conducted in Thar desert, the same which on Pakistani side of the border is a living paradise of good governance. HUSSAIN SAQIB The timing of this massive exercise is starkly intriguing. Let’s look at the horizon from New Delhi; Pakistan’s political forces are in total disarray, governance structure is collapsing, those … More Exercise Shatrujeet, Kulbhushan Yadav and Panama Papers
HUSSAIN SAQIB Pakistan’s military deserves kudos for its coming up to public expectations in this crucial time as against the civilian leaders who are thoroughly engrossed in their dirty games abdicating their responsibilities to the chief of army staff (COAS) If there was any strong indication of India’s decision to end proxy wars against Pakistan … More How India’s ceasefire violations signal an end to proxy wars?
While the politicians and their hangers-on are preparing to go to polls on May 11, 2013, the brave sons of this nation are sacrificing their lives to safeguard the motherland in Tirah valley which is the latest safe haven of anti-Pakistan terrorists. Martyrs include the officers and men of regular army, para-military forces and brave … More Time to eulogize supreme sacrifices in Tirah Valley….
In his latest outburst, the ANP leader Haji Adeel has uttered yet another pearl of wisdom saying that Pakistan does not need a large army. He belongs to a party which was founded by Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, known as Baacha Khan, on the principles advocated by Hindu leader MK Gandhi. The political face of … More Followers of Gandhi demand a smaller army for the country they always hated….
Hussain Saqib This latest diatribe confirms the designs of Pakistan’s anti-Pakistan ambassador which were already put into action by him through Kerry Lugar Bill and infamous Memo against country’s military. It is yet to be seen if he is a lone ranger or has the backing of powerful elements of politics in Pakistan. The disgraced former … More Haqqani asks his American sponsors to teach Pakistan military a lesson….
By: Hussain Saqib Politics is too sacred a business to be left to politicians. While in the developed world, politics means statecraft undertaken by experts in economics, international relations, defense and strategic studies; in South Asian countries, politics refers to coming into power by hook or by crook. Here the politics involves intrigues to steal … More Time to learn from Sri Lanka’s Rajapakse Model ….