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Globalization of Kashmir conflict

Iqbal Khan Following the unilateral illegal action by India on August 05, 2019 leading to one-sided annexation of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), Pakistan has extensively shared its concerns and fears with international organizations. Pakistan has amplified the voice of the suffering Kashmiri people and raised the conscience of the international …

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India plans another false flag operation

In August 2019, following a deployment of tens of thousands of additional troops and paramilitary forces to the region, the Indian government moved to revoke Article 370 of the Indian constitution, removing the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. Since then Indian Held Kashmir remains under lockdown, with internet and …

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PTM’s Agenda and External Challenge

Anza Kanwal The Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) held a public gathering in Bannu on 12 January during which prominent leaders, including Manzoor Pashteen and MNAs Ali Wazir and Mohsin Dawar, addressed the crowd. The gathering, held at Mundan Park, came after a seven month hiatus following the arrest of Dawar …

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Need to undo FATF Shackles

Iqbal Khan Pakistan hopes to win a “largely-compliant” rating from the Financial Action Task Force FATF on the implementation of its 27 action points, which might help the country in getting more time for full compliance. Before every key meeting of FATF or its affiliates, a hype is created at …

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CAA- A Law OF Discrimination

ALI SUKHANVER Mr. Nadella Satya is enjoying one of the most important key-positions in the Microsoft. He grew up in India’s technology hub Hyderabad but now he is an American citizen. Recently speaking at a Microsoft event for editors in New York, he said, “I think what is happening in …

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India pushes anti-Pakistan elements to stir violence

As India is facing protests in all the states, likes of PTM leaders are being pursued rather pushed by foreign hostile intelligence agencies to stir violence in Pakistan. According to Reuters report, the protest, dubbed the ‘Million March’, was organized by an umbrella group of Muslim and civil society organizations. …

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Hateful Campaigning Against Armed Forces

Abdullah Mustafvi One can easily comprehend with a cursory look upon current scenario that a well thought out multi-pronged propaganda campaign is being vigorously pursued against armed forces of Pakistan by few dubious circles. Ethnic or linguistic fuel suits them the most for igniting fire of hatred against ranks and …

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We Being Soft Generation

Khadija Mughal Our generation is being entitled as a soft generation. We are told consistently and frequently that we are quite delicate creatures as compared to our ancestors as they used to be much strong and brave, and they wonder where all their strength has gone during gene transfer. They …

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From unipolar to multipolar world

Whereas American and Indian interests converge in the region, Pakistan has established strong relations with China, and also improving its ties with Russia. It appears that the world is chanign from unipolar to multipolar one. While India claims to be a victim of terror, in essence India fuels it against …

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