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Reshaping of South Asia

Zaheer ud din Babar Amartya sen once said that “Economic growth without investment in human development is unsustainable and unethical.” Apparently, it is true that CPEC is an important political and economic project for Pakistan. Islamabad desperately needs to overcome all of its major issues. Some circles claim that, due …

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Rising Hindutva, Modi-led BJP government revokes Article 35-A and 370 of Indian constitution causing a wave of mayhem in Kashmir

A paradise lost to war, politics and ideology Nehal Kazim Kashmir was a land of splendor and beauty; it was also regarded as heaven on earth. Unfortunately, it has remained as bone of contention for 73 years since the partition of India and Pakistan. Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) is the …

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5th August to be observed as Black Day

On 5th August, Kashmiris will observe the first anniversary of abrogation of Article 370 by Modi government, as the All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC) has given a call for complete strike in occupied Kashmir. In a statement, the Mirwaiz Umar Farooq-led Hurriyat forum felicitating the Muslims on the occasion of …

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Revocation of Article 370 – one year on

Nazia Nazar In the first few days of August 2019, there were signs of something sinister afoot in Kashmir. Tens of thousands of additional Indian troops were deployed, a major Hindu pilgrimage was cancelled, schools and colleges were shut, tourists were ordered to leave, telephone and internet services were suspended …

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China and Russia want withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan

Zaheer-ud-Din Babar An ancient Greek poet Pindar once said that “War is sweet for those who haven’t experienced it ” Apparently, the Afghan peace process is still ongoing, during the more or less ongoing uncertain situation, the only hope is the America and Taliban claiming that they firmly believe in …

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The Kashmir Martyrs Day

Youme-e-Shuhadae Kashmir or Kashmir Martyrs Day is being observed today in Pakistan, Azad Kashmir and Indian Held Kashmir. On 13 July 1931, 22 Kashmiri Muslims were martyred by Dogra soldiers outside Sri Nagar jail. The day has special significance, because the movement against Maharaja’s atrocities had started about 90 years …

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