Human Rights: Are They Universal?

By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai Secretary General, World Kashmir Awareness Forum “Only on paper has humanity yet achieved glory, beauty, truth, knowledge, virtue, and abiding love.” George Bernard Shaw It is tragic that civilized nations have fallen from their lofty calling: namely, human rights for all mankind. There is a sad commentary on the state of human rights all over the globe. It seems to me that until ther ...

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UN Day: Pakistan’s Army’s Peacekeeping Measures

By Sajjad Shauka Every year, United Nations Day is celebrated on October 24. On this day in 1945, the United Nations (UN) came into force when the five permanent members of the Security Council ratified its charter This followed a declaration by the UN General Assembly in 1947 which designated 24th of October as United Nations Day, by proclaiming that the day would be instrumental in making people aware of ...

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Khazarain Mafia has Gone Mad, Follows the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror

By Sajjad Shaukat Renowned historians agree that besides other causes, major cause of the French Revolution of 1789 was the class distinction between the privileged and the unprivileged, which rapidly increased under the reign of King Louis XVI who had continued the policy of taking out international loans, and the debt drove the country to near bankruptcy, leading to the Revolution. They opine, “The French ...

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America to Rethink of its Role in Global Affairs

By Mahboob A. Khawaja, PhD. America under President Trump continues to foster an agenda of extreme perplexity, triviality and confusion in dealing with urgent global affairs. If the administration were to learn from the history, it must be candid, focused and redirect its strengths and weaknesses from the past and usher a new strategic direction of change and adaptability to the present and futuristic chall ...

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Rawalpindi – A Step City?

By SASHA Rawalpindi is not only a historic city of Pakistan but also a pseudo capital of Northern Punjab- the land of Pothwar Region. It is also the power centre of Pakistan, a home to Die-hard Muslim League politicians, a den of the most professional and patriotic army of the only Muslim nuclear state of the world, a city of martyrs of democracy, a city of champions of justice, a city of committed moderate ...

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Baloch Liberation Front Threatens Media

By Sajjad Shaukat Since, the government of the Balochistan province announced general pardon and protection to the Baloch militants as part of reconciliation process, many insurgents and their leaders have surrendered their arms and decided to work for the development of Pakistan and the province, peace has been restored in the province. While, Pakistan’s armed forces have successfully broken the backbone o ...

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Question of identity

by Bakhtiar Hakeem The question of identity or the identity of ‘identity’ can be approached from two directions. After having come into grips with ‘identity’ one can find his or her place of comfort; anywhere in between the two ends of the continuum of identity. One can call one end the nadir and the other zenith. To some the issue may look absurd, for what was being named and called ‘identity’ was life, th ...

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Real Masters of the ISIS Exposed

By Sajjad Shaukat If we take cognizance of related-developments in the world, especially in South Asia and the Middle East, we can note that the Islamic State group (Also known as Daesh, ISIS and ISIL), including its linked terror organizations and similar other outfits are being supported by the US, India and Israel who are the real masters of this militant group. Some European countries like the Great Bri ...

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