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By Dr. Irfan Ashraf Few journalists from Pakistan planned to visit Turkey to explore the country and sentiments of its people about Pakistan. Senior journalists P.J. Mir, Ameer Abbas,Nadia Naqi and Reema Shoukat and myself are the part of visiting delegation. In Pakistan we have heard a lot about the love...

By Mohammad Jamil    For Pakistan, year 2005 was one of the most calamitous years of its history, when the horrific earthquake devastatingly struck...

Iqbal Khan Kashmiris are being humiliated, incarcerated, tortured, blinded, and demonized; their properties and means of earning livelihood are being...

Yasir Dil Each year, around 9 million users join the social networking sites. There has been a revolutionary change in technology, especially during the...

Inciting murder

October 6, 2017

By Umer Tariq Inciting murder in the name of religion is not uncommon in this country. In fact there is a long list of people who have been killed only...

By Wajid Akmal Earlier, it was analyzed by certain think tanks that there was a possibility of convergence of Afghan Taliban leadership and the IS elements,...

By Ayesha Zahid Blasphemy, the word that gives a little shiver to everyone in Pakistan nowadays is a matter of serious concern. It remains the grave issue...

Aashura Misjudged

October 4, 2017

By Ayesha Zahid We people have grown up with some biases and these biases are handed over to next generations, becoming a vicious cycle. We never ask...

By Nabeel Hussain The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”  The footprints of this famous quote by Sun Tzu can easily be traced in the recent soft power conflict going on between India and China. The recent 2017 military standoff between Indian armed forces and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) over a construction of road in Doklam. On June...

By Ayesha Zahid Is there no hope left in her case? Dr Afia Siddique – A Muslim activist who spoke for the victims of Afghanistan, Chechnya and Bosnia,...

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