http// Global Trends: February 2014

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Pakistani jets kill up to 40 'Taliban militants' in North Waziristan - Europe - World - The Independent

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This is what Pakistan indeed needs to be done ever before.

The hideout of millitants were and are required to oblish without considering pressure inside or outside.

The game of no more should be done in full sprit and compromise and bargaining may be entertained.

Moreover, the Pakistan Air Force have a great change to show its real credentials beyond to uperhensions regarding saftey of its stretagic assets.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

PM meets government committee, 3 demands to be presented before TTP

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After more than 23 FC personnel killing, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has met with the coordinator of government's peace committe and asked to get the explanation for the incedent taken place on 17 Feb 14'.

Before taking explanation, it is impartive to layoff diplomatice envlave that is giving fuel to the prevailing peace talks along with Balochistan seperation.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Switzerland backs immigration quotas by slim margin | World news | The Guardian

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Swiss Brace for Sour EU Relations on Anti-Immigration Vote -

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A limited over immigration match has been begun. Almost 12 years after opening borders to EU expatriates, Swiss citizens recoiled, backing an initiative to impose limits on immigration. The measure, which doesn’t specify how high those quotas should be, passed by fewer than 20,000 ballots in a national vote yesterday. The government has three years to impose new rules, which will primarily affect workers from the EU, many of them highly qualified.

EU partners 'to review relations' with Switzerland after vote to curb immigration - Telegraph

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The move goes on as ties between rest of the European Union and other states on immigration issues raised after the vote against EU immirgrants stopage.

Swiss Immigration Vote Will Have Impact on Agreements With EU - Wall Street Journal -

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Ashraf removed as Pakistan Cricket Board chairman | Arab News — Saudi Arabia News, Middle East News, Opinion, Economy and more.

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Unlikely, the ousted Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board [PCB] has once
again kicked out after interim releif by the divisional bench of
Islamabad High Court, Islamabad.

This move seems to be highly
politicized and it is said to be believed that the troica was behind the
gun namely; Dar, Nisar and Hamza and a media group actively
participated in getting rights to air forthcoming matches.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Taliban claims it has U.S. military dog - The Washington Post

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Islamabad hides behind Taliban talks!

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The government of Pakistan is not hiding behind Taliban to talk. It is waiting the right time to move ahead throgh talks that do not seem to be held within due couse of time. Maulana Aziz's statement regarding Sharia enforcement.