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Denial and Shifting Blames: The Biggest Enemy

Qammer Abbass Anka Pakistan, situated in strategic location of South Asia has always been victim of some international conspiracies on one account or the other. The conspirators at one hand can not assimilate Pakistan’s achievements for fostering internal stability and on the other pollute the international perception against her by …

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Spreading Pessimism through Detractors of Afghan Peace Talks

Kashif khan The security situation in Afghanistan is presently casting concerns among the regional and international countries despite their every possible assistance to fortify the security apparatus and related matters of the Afghan government. The overall security situation in Afghanistan seems deteriorating due to a number of reasons including bad …

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Troubled Afghanistan and Pakistan’s Role for Peace and econciliation

Iftikhar Hussain Jazib President Ashraf Ghani’s December 2015 Pakistan visit and joint inauguration of Heart of Asia Conference with Pakistani Prime Minister came as a breakthrough for a fresh restart of peace and reconciliation dialogue with Taliban. In recent quadrilateral meetings of Pakistan, Afghanistan, USA and China, all the parties …

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Human rights violations in Kashmir

Hira Irfan Human rights abuses have been a part of a campaign by the Indian army against Muslim Kashmiris, particularly since 1990. Recently, seven Kashmiri students sustained injuries after a group of goons allegedly thrashed them in inebriated state outside Swami Devi Dayal College of Engineering and Technology Golpore Barwal …

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Repatriation of Afghan Refugees Impeding Afghan Economy

Farooq Azeem Resolving the issue of repatriation of Afghan refugees from Pakistan to Afghanistan could play a significant role in fostering the bilateral relations between the two countries. There are no doubts that Pakistan has remained quite generous in offering her land and facilitations to Afghan brethren, while sharing her …

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Bacha Khan Attack and Its Aftermath

Syeda Mazhar Once again an educational institution in Pakistan came under attack killing at least 22 students and creating havoc in the hearts and minds of every household of Pakistan. Just when we Pakistanis had started to believe that the backs of the terrorists have been broken and we can …

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Worth; Not Birth to be the Determinant

Mubarak Ali Baloch India’s social milieu is weird extending preferred treatment with societal perks and privileges to some castes and reducing others in social status. Hindu Brahmin and Maharaja population enjoy cherished status in caste system ridden social structure. Besides, Muslims being majority in minority population are treated with marked …

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Who are Morons in the Eyes of former Pakistani Envoy?

Muhammad Saeed Hudson Institute located in the capital city of the US and established by a discernible dispensation for many years is one of the influential and overriding think tanks that academically deals with a range of issues concerning perceived challenges to the US and its strategic allies’ interests around …

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Government Without Governance

Mubarak Ali Baloch Bhuttos with their charismatic leadership are gone. Bhuttoism has also finally given up the ghost. Party is in disarray and has probably lost the level of enchantment it had with public. PPP is fast losing its left over small space and getting restricted to Sindh. It is …

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Sagacious approach to national projects

Amna Razzaq On November 12, Pakistan and China have joined hands to inaugurate the $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project. Beijing has acquired more than 200 acres in Balochistan. The the usage right of the land has been given to a Chinese company to develop the strategic Gwadar port. …

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