We Have Lost Our Marbles

By Mehboob Qadir We lost our social cohesion and civil anchorage, in fact our place in history, when River Hakra, the legendary Saraswati, turned away from us thousands of years ago. It was the mother river on whose banks Indus Civilization was born and prospered to become one of the largest and the most enlightened civilizations in the world. It held sway in many different ways over the plains of united Pu ...

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Indo-Pak Water Enmity

 BY PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER The political government of Pakistan has been in a constant effort of establishing friendly relations with the neighbouring countries in spite of a lot of economic problems, continuous unfair international pressures and the ever hovering hostile clouds of enmity along the borders. It is not only the policy of the present government but on the whole the strategy of Pakistan since ...

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Indo-Pak Dispute over Kishenganga Project

By Zaheerul Hassan [caption id="attachment_3413" align="alignright" width="343"] Kishenganga Hydro-Electric Project & Indina dams over Rive Jhelum[/caption] On 1ST September 2012, the International Court of Arbitration (ICA) constituted in the matter of the Indus Waters Kishenganga Arbitration (Pakistan v. India) has concluded a two-week hearing on the merits at the Peace Palace in The Hague. Earlier, i ...

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