Last week saw Pakistan reaching out to every conceivable friend for bailout assistance. It was also seen unable to control radical elements, which overpowered the government decision-making and the judiciary in the Asia Bibi’s case, as well as providing big relief to some militant organisations like JuD and FIF to operate freely. Imran Khan is … Continue reading Where is Debt Ridden Pakistan Leading to?
Democracy Wins in Maldives: Challenges Ahead
At last after a A hectic campaigning for elections in Maldives on 23 September 2018, the Election Commission of Maldives declared opposition candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih of the Maldivian Democratic Party as the winner of the presidential election. With past record of President Yameen’s autocratic use of power to crush any opposition in the … Continue reading Democracy Wins in Maldives: Challenges Ahead
Maldives crisis – options for India: My opinion on WION News updated
Sharing my opinion published in WION News duly updated. An analysis about Indian options in WION News. http://www.wionews.com/india-news/opinion-maldives-crisis---options-for-india-163715 Democracy has prevailed in Maldives but the distance between the cup and the lip does not seem to be reducing, with President Yameen trying his tricks to hold on to power. This time the Supreme Court has … Continue reading Maldives crisis – options for India: My opinion on WION News updated