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Economic Giants of International Community and Kashmir Issue

Shakeel Ahmad Ramay Executive Director Zalmi Foundation Humans are very peculiar species. Humans devotes most of its time in preaching peace, love, equality and morality but acts against all these values when it comes to self-interest. It is not a desperate statement; it is the hard fact which can be …

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Report on Teachers’ Professional Development Program (TPDP) in Islamabad Cluster

Raja Javed Ali Bhatti ISLAMABAD: Teachers’ Professional Development Program (TPDP) was planned for the teachers in Islamabad Cluster as PEN has adopted 12 schools in Islamabad, Bhara Khou. It was a two day session and the modules developed for the training were “Development of Learning Corners (Taleemi Goshay) & Classroom …

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Trans-Regional Integration under Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

Prof. Shabir Ahmad Khan Area Study Centre (Russia, China & Central Asia) University of Peshawar The organised, harmonised and coordinated cooperation inter and intra regionally has been termed as trans-regional integration. The aim and objective of regional integration is always to enable developing regional countries to compete successfully and efficiently …

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Era of Ineffeciency and Ignorance

Abdullah Mustafvi How disappointing is the fact that so called national political leadership could not build a consensus on Kashmir issue amid ongoing crisis worsening across LOC with every passing moment after one sided step of Indian government to revoke the special status of Kashmir as a state. What surfaced …

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Kashmir: Who betrayed whom?!

Iqbal Khan New York Times reported on August 12 in its piece “Life under lockdown in Kashmir: ‘A living hell’” that “Shops and schools shuttered. A landscape of sandbags and battered trucks. Armed officers deployed to just about every corner of the mountainous valley and, in some villages, a soldier …

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Verdict of ICJ about Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: Pakistan’s Victory over India

Sajjad Shaukat The Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) announced its verdict about the case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav and on July 17, this year. In its judgment, ICJ President Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf ordered Pakistan to allow India consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav and rejected India’s demand that Jadhav’s …

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Modi’s strategic blunder will cost India heavily

Prime Minister Imran Khan has rightly said that Modi has made a strategic blunder, as what Pakistan could not do to bring Kashmir dispute into focus internationally, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi did it by revoking Article 370 that led to vociferous protests by Kashmiris. International media especially NYT, Amnesty …

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The Answer To The Timing Of Article 370 May be In The Indian Economy

by Mir Mohammad Alikhan (The Most in-depth article I have ever written about the Indian economy and Modi’s timing of Article 370 disaster) Was Imran Khan administration about to attack India to liberate Jammu & Kashmir ? I do not think so. Had The United Nations Security Council awakened from …

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Modi’s India and Renascence of Hindu Nationalism

Lieutenant Colonel Khalid Taimur Akram (Retd) Executive Director, Center for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS), Islamabad Since centuries religion has had played a critical role in shaping national policies but the consequences had always been horrifying. The politics of the religion was one main factor that led to the thirty-years …

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Independence Day: Kashmir, Uniting against Indian Aggressive Designs

Sajjad Shaukat New Delhi which already had 500,000 troops in the Indian Controlled Kashmir sent almost 30000 extra troops. In fact, India is going to increase brutal tactics through a major military operation to suppress the Kashmiris’ war of liberation. Indian forces have already intensified state terrorism, as every day …

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