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BJP defeated in Jharkhand state elections

Since December 2018, the BJP has lost power in five states: Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Jharkhand, despite the fact that Modi won a major victory for his party in May national elections. The BJP came to power in 2014, defeating the Congress party. JMM (Jharkhand Muki Morcha), ASJU …

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Pakistan blunts Global Drug Trade through the Navy

Jawad Malik Illegal Narcotics have emerged as the bane of societies around the world. Often manufactured and trafficked by massive criminal networks, narcotics have infiltrated nearly every corner of the globe. This drug trade has undermined political and economic stability, ruining the lives of individuals and damaging communities. Drug addiction …

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Worsening Challenge Of Indian Aggression

Abdullah Mustafvi It is almost proven that New Dehli has deliberately adopted aggression and violence as state policy , specially towards the Muslims and the Pakistan . Rise in CFVs at LOC must not be viewed in isolation and Pak PM’s recent concerns about likely Indian military misadventure makes deeper …

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Fall of Dhaka: Another Perspective

Sahibzada M Saeed 16 December 1971 is marked as the day of Fall of Dhaka. It is the day when East Pakistan became Bangladesh. And it is quite unfortunate that the event left many unanswered questions which are still need to be answered. But along with it there are lots …

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Quaid-e-Azam: A visionary leader

Reema Shaukat A quote by Douglas Arthur describes; “A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader but becomes one by the equality of his …

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Pakistan Navy Ships in Africa: Refining Bilateral Relations

Ali Basit Africa enjoys a collective GDP of over US $2.3 trillion and an import market of around $500 billion and their collective potential will only be realized, however, if security collaboration and effective African Diplomacy, a multilateral and collective approach by unified Africa,across regional and international levels iscontinued with …

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Why Double slandered in Gen. Musharaf Case?

DR. SHAHID ZIA The death sentence verdict given by the special court against General Musharraf has surely caused pain and anguish among Pakistan’s general public. However, the written detailed verdict of the death sentence given to Musharraf has been deemed unlawful and against humanity by almost all quarters of the …

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Violent protests against Citizenship Act

The death toll in protests in India against a contentious citizenship law has reached 23, as nine more people were killed on Saturday in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. Fifteen people have died in the state during the protests so far, police spokesman Praveen Kumar said, adding that a …

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