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PAK ROLE AS A PEACE PROMOTER

Sikandar Noorani It is an undeniable fact that Pakistan has significantly contributed to strengthen the regional peace through concrete efforts. Accelerating on path of peace, while dealing with more than ever offensive India, is not an easy task. Task becomes more difficult once narrow minded short sighted political rivals continue …

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DE JAVU

We think of weddings we think of dance, music, food and beautiful dresses. We think of the perfect outfit and focus on all the nitty gritty but that’s not all a wedding is now. It’s the tension of reaching the venue, the expenses required to make that grand function even …

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Afghanistan’s Turmoil continues

Iqbal Khan Ambassador Zalmay KhaIilzad is on another whirlwind tour of a number of countries for resumption of Afghan peace process. In the meanwhile occupation forces killed 60 Taliban in a raid, and Presidential elections have begun to unravel even before the results could become public. Taliban have already announced …

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The Changing Dynamics of Sino-India Relations – Options for Pakistan

By Aneeqa Safdar There are no permanent friends or enemies in international political system. This phenomenon has become the hallmark of interstate relations and time and again is unfolded in relation to newer actors. The informal Summit of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Chennai …

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Visit of Members of EU – IOK denied official stand

Raja Javed Ali Bhatti The parties these MPs belong to are known for their Islamophobic statements and anti-immigrant stance.These MPS belong to Rassemblement National, Brexit party, Forza Italia, Partito Democratico.Most of the European Union (EU) delegation which is set to visit Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK) in a personal capacity and not …

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Narratives pedaled by Indian media

India media is propagating global narratives set by Modi government. English daily ‘India Today’ under the caption ‘Pakistan Recruiting Afghan Terrorists to Enter Kashmir’ wrote: “Pakistani forces have started recruiting Pashto and Afghan origin terrorists to enter the border state”. In view of India’s claim of a friendly government in …

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Behind Indian Anti-Pakistan Moves?

Sajjad Shaukat More than 70 days have been passed. But, India has continued military clampdown and strict communications blackout in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) by continuing curfew. Tensions between India and Pakistan accelerated on August 5, this year, when New Delhi unilaterally annexed the IOK, revoking articles 35A and …

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The blackest day for Kashmiris

On 27th October 1947, India landed its troops in princely state of Jammu and Kashmir and occupied it in blatant violation of the Partition Plan and also against the popular will of Kashmiri Muslims. Jawaharlal Nehru and Lord Mountbatten were the masterminds of this greatest human tragedy, whereas Hari Singh …

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The Final Plunge

SHORT STORY FOR CHILDREN Zeenat Iqbal Hakimjee The morning rays of the sun filter through the glass in the cell at Alcatraz; this is the only connection with the outside world. As Joseph, who is serving a death sentence, basks in the rays, he hears a shriek from a cell …

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Kashmir Black Day

Adeela Naureen As reported by the Guardian on 23rd Oct, clinical psychologists in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir(IOJ&K) are worried about increase in patients experiencing anxiety, stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, and heart ailments. Several patients said they were living in fear “of army raids, tortures and arrests”. People who had …

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