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There is no doubt that global warming is one of the most serious issues this world is facing today. Though developed countries are more responsible in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) which ultimately cause global warming, but ironically developing and under developed countries, which contribute less than one...

US National Security Adviser Gen H.R. McMaster has remarked that President Donald Trump wants Pakistan to change its ‘paradoxical’ policy of supporting the militants who are causing the country great losses. “This is Pakistan in particular that we want to really see a change in and a reduction of their support for these groups. I mean, this is of course, you know,...

Hassan Rouhani has sworn in for the second term as Iran’s President, globally acknowledged performance of diplomacy in the first term of Rouhani also got the nod from the people of Iran in the Presidential elections. According to recent international surveys, Iran’s influence in the region has increased manifold in last few years. When Rouhani became President for...

There is no denying from the fact that for successful bilateral relations a country requires a full time foreign minister. All the developed countries have advocated this idea. Pakistan that has been involved in the internal politics has for sure not understood the significance of having a full time foreign minister. Sartaj Aziz, national security advisor was providing...

“The Constitution can be ignored if there is a need to save the nation,” Former PM held these views in his latest interview with the BBC Urdu. Pakistan is struggling hard to maintain her image in the international forums. Any nation state that has such diversified groups must have a rule of democracy so as to depict the will of the people. It isn’t only about the...

Federal cabinet that had to take oath on Tuesday has been delayed as the interim PM Abbasi remains indecisive about the cabinet members. The controversial cabinet has not only been speculated about the inclusion of Chaudhry Nisar but is also being discussed by many on the accounts of aggressive speakers of PML-N including Danial Aziz and Talal Chaudhry. Interim PM who...

Patriarchy in PTI

August 2, 2017

Public, news channels and government speakers all seem to be too much occupied with the SC verdict, nominees of next PM and the speech of interim PM in the parliament house. It seems as if there isn’t any significant issue that needs the consideration of the nation. Ill treatment of women at workplace is not a new happening but is apparently an inevitable one.  Be it...

Historic verdict

July 29, 2017

In a landmark and historic verdict of significant importance, the Supreme Court on Friday disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from holding public office for not being “honest and truthful” and owning assets beyond their declared sources of income in the Panama Papers case. The five-judge larger bench of the Supreme Court unanimously announced the decision. The...

Wait is over

July 27, 2017

Chairman PTI Imran Khan has requested Supreme Court Judges to announce the verdict in the Panama Papers case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family as early as possible so that the country could move forward. Mr. Khan said “I know there will be a lot of pressure on the Judges and I have no doubt about the pressure the Nawaz Sharif mafia will be putting...

Petrol shortage

July 27, 2017

After horrible Ahmadpur Sharqia incident that claimed many precious lives, Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) in the best interest of public, imposed strict regulations regard the fitness of vehicles. But All Pakistan Oil Tankers Association (APOTA) refused to accept new rules of OGRA, stating that regulations imposed cannot be implemented on such short notice. APOTA...

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