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Economic corridor

December 14, 2017

By Shahid Jameel At the end of cold war, with the emergence of multi-polar system at international arena, process of globalization got impetus. Resultantly, interdependence among states increased and now states have begun to develop their diplomatic relations with each other on the basis of their geostrategic...

By Asif Mahmood Bringing FATA into the mainstream is not politics , it is national service. This is not an act of charity, it is a duty. It must have been done. No theatrics please. No dirty politics. 500000 lac people live in FATA . they have 11 MNA’s in the National Assembly. These MNA’s are empowered to discuss each and everything but they are not allowed to do...

By Irfan Ashraf The Muslim world has always been in hot water when it comes to the protection of identity, speaking for the justice of Muslim brotherhood...

By Mohammad Jamil Many analysts believed that the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) had engineered the attack on Indian Parliament to defame Pakistan as well as Kashmiris who were waging a legitimate struggle against Indian occupation. Not only analysts but also India watchers, who knew about India’s false flag operations, had reached the conclusion that it was insiders’...

Tula Toli Phenomena

December 8, 2017

By M Khalid Shaikh How would you feel if tomorrow you will wake up to a large disaster, a war, or to an act of persecution which leaves you no choice...

By Fazal Elahi The Pakistan media, like the world media and media of the Arab world, was abuzz with news pertaining to the first summit of the new Islamic...

The Indian fault lines

December 6, 2017

By Mohammad Jamil During the recorded history of 3000 years, India has never been a cohesive unit except for a brief period during Ashoka era for 41 years, Aurangzeb Alamgir era for 49 years, and finally British Raj for 89 years. Some sociologists are of the opinion that Indian caste system has blighted India, which hindered formation of one India for centuries. Some ascribe...

Repentance of Hindutva

December 5, 2017

By Imran Ahmed Siddiqui Alauddin Khilji, the Sultan of Delhi ruled in the first quarter of fourteenth century around 1303 AD and Malik Muhammad Jayasi wrote his epic or Masnavi ‘Padmavat’ in 1541 AD, how he can said to be the true narrator of an occurrence when he was not there at all or near to the time. As it is said he was a Sufi, ‘pir’ and it was a practice...

By Deeba Shahnaz Akhter International Volunteer Day (IVD) designated by United Nation (UN) General Assembly through Resolution 40/212 on 17 December, 1985. Since having the legal recognition civil society, United Nation Systems, Non-Government organizations, Government organizations celebrate the IVD on 5th of December every year. This is the day to promote volunteers...

By Iqbal Khan Asia is a wonderful continent with unique peculiarities and trends. It has had compelling American influence over wide swaths of territory....

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