"Every revolution begins with a single act of defiance" -- Mahatma Gandhi

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Tensions are rapidly rising between China and India as both sides have amassed around 200,000 troops each along the border.

Although most of the focus with regards to China relates to Taiwan, there is little doubt that the Communist Party has its eye on territory within its giant Asian neighbour to the west, all the while seeking to encircle India.

This is especially true regarding Pakistan - with whom Beijing has an especially close relationship - amid rumours that Pakistan's Gwadar Port could be weaponised by China in the event of a wider war in Asia.

We put together a short reel of some of the people who are fighting the genocide in Gaza.

It shows that they come from every walk of life – military, artists, college students, community people, even a US Senator.

Unfortunately, the news media, mainstream and so-called alternative, seems to only show shrill people screaming and waving “Free Palestine” signs.

The resistance to the atrocity is much broader and is being fought in many different places and in many different ways.

 

Shehbaz Sharif, the chairman of the PML-N party (Pakistan Muslim League-N), has been elected as the new prime minister of Pakistan by lawmakers in Pakistan's National Assembly on Sunday, according to national broadcasters.

This will be the 72 year-old Sharif's (who is brother of Nawaz Sharif) second time to lead the country as prime minister, having previously been in office between April 2022 and August 2023. He's entering office for a five year term.

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand — The Indian government is closer to buying a multibillion-dollar package of cruise missiles, air defense weapons, surveillance radars and fighter jet engines following approval from the country’s highest decision-making body on security affairs.

At a Feb. 21 meeting, the Cabinet Committee on Security approved the four procurement projects cumulatively worth about 350 billion rupees (U.S. $4 billion).

Pakistan Swears in New Parliament Amid Chaotic Scenes, as Imran Khan's Party Protests Vote Count

Pakistan’s National Assembly swore in newly elected members on Thursday in a chaotic scene, as allies of jailed former Premier Imran Khan protested what they claim was a rigged election

Pakistan Swears in New Parliament Amid Chaotic Scenes, as Imran Khan's Party Protests Vote Count

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LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said Britain is descending into “mob rule” because of the pressures created by protests against the Israel-Hamas war — words criticized as alarmist by a human rights group.

Sunak told a meeting of police leaders on Wednesday that there was a ”pattern of increasingly violent and intimidatory behavior” that’s intended to “shout down free debate and stop elected representatives doing their job.”