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By passing Covid-19: Online Intra-Afghan Talks

Iqbal Khan Pakistan’s Army Chief of Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah Abdullah during a visit to Kabul on June 09. Two sides discussed the ongoing peace process. Army Chief conveyed Pakistan’s unwavering support for …

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Afghan Peace Process, Pakistan key player

Raja Javed Ali Bhatti Pak vigorously facilitating Afghanistan peace process. Pakistan has repeatedly stated that it is the biggest victim of the war in Afghanistan, and that it has cost Islamabad more than US$120 billion since 2001. US-Pakistani relations have soured since Donald Trump became president, and Washington has cut …

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Geopolitics in Changing Times

Ms. FaizaFarid Geopolitics in the present century has acquired a new shape and meaning. The term popularized as `Geopolitik’ in the 1940s informed and shaped the policies of that era immensely. Hitler capitalized on the term and found its way to ethnic absolutism. What started with Otto Von Bismarck’s quest …

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American Blogger Creates Tumult in PPP

Maryam Imran In a shocking revelation, Cynthia D. Ritchie, a Pakistan based blogger from the United States, has accused senior Pakistan Peoples Party leaders of molesting her in 2011; a week after the PPP filed a complaint with the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) cybercrime wing against her for hateful comment …

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NATO’s Withdrawal: Unrest in Afghanistan will Affect Pakistan

Sajjad Shaukat In the agreement signed between the US and Taliban on February 29, this year, in Doha-the capital of Qatar, it is committed that within the first 135 days of the deal, the US will reduce its forces in Afghanistan to 8,600 from the current 13,000, working with its …

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Brother in Arms – Murder of Justice

Naeem Iqbal During the Second World War, when the Luftwaffe (German air force) was wreaking havoc over London with its incessant bombing attacks, the British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill took cognizance of the heavy casualties and economic devastation. He asked, “Are the courts functioning?” When told that the judges …

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Justice for all

On Thursday, a 10-member bench of the apex court, led by Justice Umar Ata Bandial, raised serious questions over working of Assets Recovery Unit (ARU) and the federal government has yet to satisfy the court on the matter. The Supreme Court bench asked the government counsel Barrister Farogh Naseem a …

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Pakistan’s Image and Cynthia D. Ritchie

ASAD ALI On one side Coronavirus and Locust are destroying the Pakistan’s economy and human lives but on the other side American blogger Cynthia D. Ritchie made herself top story in national and international media by putting allegations on former Pakistan’s Prime Minister and his two cabinet’s ministers. Her remarks …

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