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September 2019 Issue

Editorial

Eighty years ago, on September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland and initiated the start of the Second World War in which 70 million people...
Kashmir

Kashmir Tragedy – An Identity of Eternal Pain?

Somewhere in October 1947, my mother, Najma, who was then four, was part of a refugee caravan in between Jammu and Sialkot. She was...
Kashmir

Kashmir: A moment of Truth for the Idealists and Naysayers

The abrupt, unilateral, illegal and militarized attempt by PM Modi’s BJP government to erase Jammu and Kashmir’s identity and end its “special” and “autonomous”...
Final Solution

India’s ‘Final solution’ for Kashmir: President AJ&K

GVS Magazine Desk | How do we make sense of what the right-wing Hindutva government of Narendra Modi has done in the occupied Jammu &...
Kashmir

India’s Kashmir law-fare: Pakistan needs to change its Narrative!

5th August 2019 will be remembered as the darkest day in Kashmir's history. It will also be remembered as the day when Pakistan's policy...
Kashmir

India’s Constitutional Deception turns Kashmir into a Volcano

Even in times of bonhomie, it has never been easy for Indian journalists to write for Pakistani publications and vice versa. Worry has always...
Afghan

Pakistan Afghan Transit Trade: New Opportunities and Challenges

Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani, in his June 2019 meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan requested later to facilitate the implementation of Afghan Transit...
government tourism policy

Government Tourism Policy & its Challenges

GVS Magazine| Globally, tourism is the fastest-growing economic sector and has seen sustained expansion and diversification for decades. It is still a labor-intensive sector and...
Pakistan

Pakistan evolving to Develop Human Capacity in Tourism

The importance of the Hospitality and Tourism segment as a growing industry has been recognized by the current government, and have shown determination to...
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: Pakistan’s esteemed Singing Buddha

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: Pakistan’s esteemed Singing Buddha

There may not be any name more significant in Sufi music than that of Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. The Faisalabadi singer’s mark on...
script

Parey Hut Love: Pakistani Cinema & its Epidemic of Badly Written Scripts

Asim Raza's Parey Hut Love, released this Eid ul Adha, marks a welcoming return for the director. Raza's last film, Ho Mann Jahan, was...
lion

Why Disney’s Live-Action Adaption of The Lion King was Unnecessary

Billed as a "live-action" adaptation, Disney's The Lion King is likely to end its run as one of the biggest movies of the year....
horror

Anabelle Comes Home and the Dying Horror Genre

After two disappointing entries in 'The Conjuring' franchise, James Wan's horror franchise is back with the third  (and hopefully final) entry in the Anabelle...

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