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Pakistan rejects Kashmir citizenship for Indians

On Saturday, Pakistan rejected the grant of domicile certificates to thousands of Indian nationals in Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir, characterizing it as an attempt to change the demographic structure of the disputed region. Navin Kumar Choudhary, a senior IAS officer from Bihar, has become the first bureaucrat to get domicile …

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Is Charity Inclusive?

Dr. Sami Ullah Pakistan is ranked on top position in the world regarding the charity for poor and vulnerable groups in the society. This taste of philanthropy has been observed on every occasion of crises throughout the history of Pakistan. Our role is exemplary in the situation of floods, earthquake, …

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Pakistan- A Safeland for Minorities

ALI SUKHANVER Pakistan is emerging as the “hub of religious tourism.” Just to promote more interfaith harmony and to provide all best possible rights and facilities to the minorities, the government of Pakistan has recently started working on construction of a Hindu Temple in Islamabad in the H-9/2 area. For …

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Man dies; Wars don’t die Zarrar by Shaan Shahid The Film; The Man; The Message

Maliha Mansoor Over the years I have known Shaan as one passionate prodigy who has slowly (but steadily) continued the journey of being the performer he is; being the artist he is; being the person he is. One thing that has always dominated all that he does or takes up, …

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Operation Zarb-e-Azb: A Journey of Success

Afia Ambreen Six year ago Pakistan Armed Forces successfully launched operation Zarb-e-Azb to protect ideological and territorial boundaries of Pakistan with the full support of political Government. The Pakistan army launched a full scale military offence Zarb-e-Azb on 15th June 2014 with the staunch determination to wipe out hotbeds of …

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India’s Expansionist Designs Sabotage the Regional Peace

Sajjad Shaukat In the past, the most developed countries had direct control on the less developed countries through colonialism. But, neo-imperialism is its most dangerous form, prevalent in the present world. In theory a less developed country is free, but in practice, its government and economy are controlled by a …

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India Accelerates Alarming Arms Race in South Asia

Sajjad Shaukat It is most regrettable that by ignoring the modern global trends like renunciation of war, peaceful settlement of disputes and economic development, India has accelerated alarming arms race in South Asia. In this regard, in its report, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has revealed on February …

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Reemergence Of Old Indian Puppets

ABDULLAH MUSTAFVI We should not take it as a coincidence that absconder Altaf Hussain has started demanding separation of Sind from Pakistan while sitting in his safe rat hole in UK. Timing of this venomous demand must be kept in focus while comprehending its real motive. Altaf’s demand is not …

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Is world conscience completely dead?

On Thursday, India was elected by United Nations (UN) member-countries overwhelmingly rather unanimously for a non-permanent seat to the 15-member UN Security Council (UNSC) for a two year-term. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)’s Secretary (West) VikasSwarup told reporters that India would seek streamlining of the process of sanctions against …

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