Alienating Students: The Next Attack on Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat [caption id="attachment_17679" align="alignright" width="433"] Students and activists chant slogans demanding the restoration of student union during a country wide student solidarity march in Hyderabad, Pakistan November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Yasir Ali NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES.[/caption] Being the only nuclear country in the Islamic World, Pakistan has become special target of some foreign ent ...

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Happy Eid Mubarak – 2019

By Rida Zaheer As usually Pakistan nation is celebrating two Eids i.e. one on June 4 in KPK and other one would be on June 5, June 2019. Pakistani Minister for Science and Technology Mr. Fwad Chaudary a day ealerly emphasized that Eid would be on 5th June but his one PTI govt refused to obey Fwad Chaudary instructions and announced to celebration of eid as per announcement of Puial Zai.whole nation and fede ...

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Racial  Profiling of Pashtuns

By Asif Haroon Raja Ali Wazir has posted a video clip on social media showing Punjab Police manhandling some persons. He has craftily given a twist to the story by projecting the Pashtuns living in Punjab as the victims. I am sure, he must have been handsomely rewarded by RAW or NDS for this villainous act which has raised the tempers of the Pashtun community. Imran Khan added fuel to fire by giving a color ...

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FATA Still Remains Security Risk

By Tariq Rizwan Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) region is a narrow strip comprising the seven Agencies; Bajaur, Mohmand, Khyber, Orakzai, Kurram, North Waziristan and South Waziristan, besides the Frontier Regions of Peshawar, Kohat, Bannu, Lakki Marwat, Tank and D.I.Khan Districts. There is a highest rate of endemic poverty and lowest development indicators, with its people facing hug ...

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Dicing With Its Own Future Pakistan 2012:

 By Sajjad Ashraf         Synopsis Pakistan is rent by regional resentment, ethnic-linguistic divisions and provincial enmities, while stuck in a quagmire of criminality and terrorism. It faces the prospect of another redrawing of its boundaries unless it can resolve the internal conflicts and restore credible and honest leadership. Commentary MORE THAN 30 years after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, Pak ...

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