Ruling out the likelihood of talks with India in the immediate future, Pakistan foreign minister Gohar Ayub Khan says Islamabad is prepared for any eventuality, including a military strike by India on its nuclear installations. In fact, he warns that
The talks between India and Pakistan are well and properly stalled. All because of differences on the interpretation of the mechanisms to discuss peace and security as well as Jammu and Kashmir, as per the June 23 agreement between the two foreign se
Whether someone wants to hype a book to jack up its sale or foreign agencies trying their psywar strategies, it is all possible now, unlike the past, because of the fierce competition for viewership among private TV channels
Gohar Ayub Khan evidently has three objectives in mind: to discredit the highly respected Indian army, to restore the "image" of his dictator father and, of course, sensationalism gets more money for writers.