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Silent screams

Momina Mirza Human body much like chemistry has a pH balance and there are times when the pH balance shifts and you are surrounded by toxicity. When the toxicity in your surroundings reach unbearable levels, the anger you have been suppressing for so long bursts out from every pour of …

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‘Fanning the Flames’ exposes the West

A new report by watchdog groups claims that major technology platforms, Wall Street businesses and right-wing media corporations are complicit in enabling white supremacist and anti-Muslim bigotry across the world. The paper, “Fanning the Flames: How Big Tech, Wall Street and right-wing media corporations were complicit in Christchurch shootings, and …

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‘Winter of Discontent’ in IOJ&K

Adeela Naureen | Umar Waqar While India has remained ruthless and incessant in perusing her policy on Occupied Kashmir, international opinion has gradually turned against her. Indian domestic opinion has remained divided and partite. The contrast is clearly visible between the Godi(Saffron) media outlets and liberal voices. The Godi media dominated …

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Victimized Kashmiri Women in Siege

Reema Shaukat From 25th of November till 10th of December, every year, these 16 days are dedicated to women around the world and marked as days of activism to protect women against any kind of violence. On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, UN and regional …

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Beware of perilous implications

PPP leader and former Supreme Court Bar Association’s President Aitzaz Ahsan on Wednesday said that it is the constitutional right of any prime minister to appoint the army chief of his choice. “This is a principle of the parliamentary sovereignty. The court should not have intervened in the matter. The …

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Poland ; Gateway to Europe

Ambreen Umar Ambassador of Poland H.E Mr. Piotr Opalinski has said that trade with Pakistan has crossed half Billion Euro level and we look forward to further increase in near future as both countries are working on that direction with complete mutual understanding. Trade is not the only bilateral bond …

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Kashmir and the Holocaust

Saman Hamid It is dark you are all alone trying to figure out what to do. Food is running short; medicine may also not be available. Any minute now they may come knocking at my door taking me away and I may also become a missing person. The only difference …

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Orderly Disorderly Circus

Khalid Khan Over the last couple of years, institutional wrangling in our country has breached all lines of decency. One may call it dance of vultures sans morality. Every institution is trying to do others’ job without paying attention to own primary assignment. Unfortunately, each instruction is doing it with …

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Ismail, father of Gulalai, granted bail

A Peshawar High Court (PHC) bench on Monday granted conditional bail to social activist Gulalai Ismail’s father Professor Mohammad Ismail who was arrested by the Federal Investi­gation Agency’s cyber crime wing last month. He faces charges of cyber terrorism and hate speech. The bench comprising Justice Qaiser Rasheed Khan directed …

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