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Were the protestors in Faizabad peaceful?

News Analysis | The Islamabad Police told the Supreme Court that fatigue, among other things, was a factor that led to its failure in last...

Rawalpindi-Islamabad residents helpless as police fail to dislodge protesters from Faizabad...

News Analysis | Religious groups – led by the Tehreek-e-Labaik Yah Rasool Allah Pakistan and Sunni Tehreek Pakistan – have been in Islamabad and Rawalpindi...

Pakistan’s Internal Power Struggle: Who is running Pakistan?

Yasmeen Aftab Ali | Ideally, it should be the government duly elected by the people. However, the government in Pakistan instead of being democratic in...

ECP vs Khan: PTI submits its financial records of the last...

News Analysis | After a long-standing tiff with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf submitted details of its accounts and foreign funding...

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Are PML-N actions threatening democracy in Pakistan?

News Analysis | Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi took his party PML-N’s tirade against the judiciary to the Parliament on Monday when he openly criticized...

Will Chinese negotiations with Baloch militants help CPEC security?

News Analysis | China has been negotiating with Baloch militants for above five years to secure its $60 billion investment in the infrastructure development project...

US warns of ‘critical time for humanity’ at Munich Security Conference

News Analysis | Dozens of the world’s political and military officials, politicians, journalists and security experts attended the 54th three-day (FEB 16-18, 2018) Munich Security...

Potential issues of Afghanistan’s inclusion in OBOR

News Analysis | China is ready to include Afghanistan into its billion-dollar Belt & Road (B & R) initiative despite Afghanistan’s geopolitical uncertainty including the...

PM Abbasi attacks judiciary and seeks parliament supremacy

News Analysis | Prime Minister (PM) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has expressed dismay at senior judicial figures and lamented them for labeling the elected representatives as...

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