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By Barrister Abid Waheed Sheikh Pakistan’s fearless rights campaigner and lawyer Asma Jahangir who served two terms as chair of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and was the first woman president of the Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan breathed her last in Lahore yesterday. Her funeral will...

By Iqbal Khan Betrayal of successive Indian governments— not the people of India— through their lofty ideals in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) has...

By Mohammad Jamil Today, Afzal Guru’s 5th death anniversary is being observed who was hanged on 9th February 2013 for allegedly having played a central role in the conspiracy leading to terror attack on the Indian Parliament on 13th December 2001. He had been accused of providing hideout and logistics for the terrorists in New Delhi. Within 24 hours, the Delhi Police...

By Fazal Elahi Being termed as a ‘game changer’ not only for Pakistan but the entire region ‘CPEC’ is in the process of speedy implementation,...

Kashmir Day

February 4, 2018

By Asif Mehmood Kashmir Day is being observed throughout the country today. The question is: whether we are observing this day just as a tradition or we are committed to this cause and we really observe this day to show our commitment? Our struggle is confined to merely a lip service or we are determined to shape our policy in furtherance of our desire to liberate Kashmir?...

Child Abuse

February 4, 2018

By Muhammad Amir Saleem Protecting our children from the most gruesome of the crimes – child abuse, torture and mistreatment- is our collective...

By Mohammad Jamil A three-day seminar titled “Practical and Theoretical Aspects of Peace and Conflict in a Deeply Local but Globalized World” at Shaikh Ayaz Auditorium of Faculty of Arts building, University of Sindh Jamshoro organized by the University of Sindh, Jamshoro  in collaboration with Higher Education Commission Islamabad. While addressing the inaugural...

By Junaid Ali Malik It does not suit Pakistan to stay away from finding new friends around the world. I truly believe that this century belongs to Asia more specifically to the countries part of ASEAN and SAARC. The condition in which SAARC is operating does not suit Pakistan though it includes the states which are next to it. Afghanistan and Bangladesh are not willing...

(Dr. Irfan Ashraf ) A calm that Balochistan has engulfed into now, cannot mitigate the intensity of the jerks that it witnessed few days back. The province with an unparalleled significance due to its proximity to Strait of Hormuz, where roughly 40 per cent of world petroleum passes, facing the worst economic and welfare conditions. It makes it evident that not only the...

By Junaid Ali Malik Student unions have played a crucial role in the establishment of Pakistan as its concept was brought forth by the youngsters of Aligarh University. Throughout Pakistan’s history, the democratic entities supported them. Dictators especially Zia-ul-Haq discouraged their existence. Political parties are well aware of their significance as the members...

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