Op-ed: How British, US links increased with Nazi Germany during Hitler’s power

Early this century Winston Churchill was voted “the greatest Briton of all time” in a nationwide British poll, which attracted more than a million...

Mass Graves of Kashmir

Cathy Scott-Clark is a prominent British journalist and author. In July 2012, her story, “Mass Graves of Kashmir” published in Guardian abruptly shocked the...

Forgotten Women of Kashmir: Thirty Years On…!

Kashmir has suffered so much that it’s hard to point a day as its darkest. Yet, February 23rd, 1991 can perhaps be called the...

Et tu, Brute? Senate: Where it came from?

Julius Caesar kept standing while senators were stabbing him from all directions; he fell when his loyalist Brutus also pierced him with his dagger...

Op-ed: How Social Welfare helped Pakistan out of its first pandemic in 1950

Partition was the first pandemic we faced in Pakistan and COVID-19 is the second. The first batch of social workers was selected in 1953, to...

A piece of gratitude for the father of the nation, Thankyou Quaid e Azam!

The nation celebrated the 145th birth anniversary of the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah today on 25th December with zeal and fervor. The Creation...

Ertugrul & Khilafat Movement: Pakistan’s longstanding association with Turkey

Even though I haven’t watched the Drilis Ertugrul series, I can experience its culture shock. Especially, as a digital media creator, it amazes me...

Political differences; was this the only reason for the separation of East Pakistan?

Most of the narratives about the separation of East Pakistan so far are centred on the premise that it could have been prevented if...

East Pakistan: A National Debacle Owned by None, Forgotten by All

World War II was over — but not for Mr. Hiroo Onoda — a lieutenant in the Imperial Japanese Army, because he did not...

Orchestrating a Greater Gemania; Ludendorff’s expansionist dreams

When in February 1918, the liberal German politician Prince Max of Baden asked his country’s military dictator, Erich Ludendorff, what would happen if the...

Op-ed: German expansionism and slave labour during World War One

It was not until 3 March 1918, that the Bolsheviks were compelled to surrender to Germany in writing, through a peace treaty signed at...

Pakistan navy celebrates Hangor Day

Pakistan Navy has released a special promo on Hangor Day, paying tribute to martyrs and Ghazis and highlighting Pakistan Navy's Hangor Submarine's great success...