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Positive shades of Pak-Qatar relations

Abdullah Mustafvi Pakistan is destined to gain economic stability , prosperity , internal peace and credibility in the days to come. This is what one can easily decipher from the recent visit of honourable Emir of Qatar .During past two years Qatar has remained a country much talked about and …

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Never ending atrocities in IOK

Afia Ambreen Indian security forces have killed four rebel fighters during a gun battle in Indian Occupied Kashmir with two of the dead former police officers who had defected. The firefight took place in Pulwama district, where India intensified security operations after a suicide attack killed 42 paramilitary troops in …

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General Faiz – a master strategist and experienced General

Last week, Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed was appointed as the Director General of Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) replacing Lt. General Asim Munir, who has been posted as the Corps Commander Gujranwala. Jan Achakzai, geo-strategic analyst and Chairman of Centre for Geo-Politics & Balochistan, observed that the appointment of Lt. General Faiz …

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Intrusive commentary on national security: A silly venturing

Iqbal Khan Ayesha Siddiqa is a formal civil servant, and in that capacity she served as the director of naval research with the Pakistan Navy, making her the first civilian and the first woman to work at that position. She also worked in military accounts and as deputy director Defense …

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A Time to review and introspect

Abdullah Mustafvi Despite frequent claims about restoration of peace in former FATA and an obvious reduction in frequency of terrorist activities , the decision makers in Islamabad can not really relax about the war ridden tribal belt. Merger of FATA with KP province , being a well intended good step …

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Cow vigilantes active again in India

Afia Ambreen Recently, Hindu extremist mercilessly thrashed three Muslims, including a woman, and forced them to shout “Jai Shree Ram”, on suspicion they were carrying beef in Madhya Pradesh’s Seoni. The two men were forced to stand against a tree and beaten with thick wooden sticks. One of the men …

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World Hydrography Day

Minahil Sajid Earth is covered with a proportion of 70 percent of water and 30 percent of land which signifies that water is an essential constituent for all living things. This proportion of water on Earth can be seen in the form of oceans, seas, rivers, lakes etc. Humans, being …

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BJP’s Diaspora and Hindutva Strategy: Saffronisation of India

Huma Kashif Saffronisation is not a new phenominon, in fact, it has seeped into the national conscience of India. It refers to the policies of policies of Hindu right-wing nationalists (Hindutva) to recognize the glory of ancient Hindu culture. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has frequently beenaccused for its fascist …

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World Hydrography Day

Minahil Sajid Earth is covered with a proportion of 70 percent of water and 30 percent of land which signifies that water is an essential constituent for all living things. This proportion of water on Earth can be seen in the form of oceans, seas, rivers, lakes etc. Humans, being …

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PM Imran Khan’s serious efforts for Islamic Ummah’s unity

Sajjad Shaukat Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was a strong spokesman of the World of Islam and the leader of the Third World. He was the founder of Pakistan’s nuclear programme. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had announced that he would call Third World summit in his second tenure. Bhutto …

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