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Bilawal appeases anti-Pakistan forces – Maleeha Hashmey

Maleeha Hashmey | They say, "A wise enemy is a hundred times better than a foolish friend." In the wake of Pulwama tragedy, we saw this...

Why is the timing of Bilawal’s press conference important?

News Analysis | In a latest development, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has termed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) as the “Bureau...

Crackdown against banned outifts: Masood Azhar’s brother, son arrested among 44

News Desk | Shehryar Khan Afridi, Minister of State for Interior, has announced that 44 members of banned outfits, including 2 of Jaesh-e-Muhammad have been...

NSC meeting underscores similar thinking pattern of civilian and military leadership

News Analysis | Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired the meeting of National Security Committee (NSC) which was attended by the key federal minister, three services...

Social media: Pakistan’s new challenge?

Asif Haroon Raja | When I was serving as Director Psychological Operations (Psy Ops) in GHQ way back in the early 1990s, I had the...

Should Military Courts be given an extension?

News Analysis | Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has decided to oppose the extension of Military Courts in the country. According to details, the PML-N leader...

Tabdeeli in Balochistan: Missing persons return to their homes

News Analysis | In the latest development, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leader Jehangir Tareen has approached the Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) chief Akhtar Mengal to discuss...

Consequences of Undernutrition-Reduced Future Productivity of Children

Saud Bin Ahsen | Nutrition is a maker and a marker of a country’s sustainable development. The World including Pakistan is confronting a huge challenge...

Crawling through my skin, the wounds reopen every winter

M Zafar Khan Safdar | My drive is depleted, My smiles been deleted. Between all the tears, I feel angry and cheated. Like a festering wound From a splinter in...

US-Pakistan relations: Will there be a shift?

Abdul Rahman Malik | With the changing geo-strategic situation Donald Trump, even after this twitter blitz, has finally turned towards Pakistan to get rid of...

Dirty role of International NGOs in Pakistan – Asif Haroon Raja

Asif Haroon Raja | Pakistan has been a victim of wars, conflicts, diplomatic/political/economic coercion, subversion, sabotage, and false flag operations at the hands of India...

National unity: PM & COAS meet 3rd time in a week

News Analysis | Ahead of the visit by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tomorrow, Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff (COAS)...

Imran’s political and diplomatic dilemmas – Asif Haroon Raja

Asif Haroon Raja | Imran Khan (IK) has assumed charge of the government at a time when Pakistan is in the dire economic strait and...

Massacre at Army Public School: Questions that continue to haunt?

Dr. Moeed Pirzada | For Pakistanis, December 16, was always a day of tragedy – and unforgettable pain. On 16th December 1971, Pakistani garrison in...

The benefits of joining Shanghai Cooperation Organization

Dr. Zafar Nawaz Jaspal | Pakistan has been encountering devastating terrorism. The transnational terrorist organizations with the connivance of the neighbouring states intelligence agencies have...

CIA Director warns Pakistan of US action if safe havens are...

News Analysis | Mike Pompeo, the Director of the CIA, has made it clear that the United States will do everything it can do to...

Can China learn from Pakistan’s counterinsurgency operations?

Syed Ali Hadi | Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is an international organization (IO) which is the initiative of China's foreign policy in the 21st century. SCO came...

COAS’ concerns addressed: 29 cases sent to military courts

News Analysis | The federal cabinet sent 29 terrorism-related cases to the military courts, making it the first batch of cases to be sent after...

Madrasa Reforms: Lynchpin of Pakistan’s efforts to combat terrorism

Jamal Hussain | Any critique about madrasas in Pakistan must be handled with care, given the sensitivity of the public about an institution considered by...

Where is the Pakistani government and what exactly is it doing...

Dr Zafar Jaspal| The bloody terror attacks in Awaran, Quetta, Mohmand, Lahore, Peshawar and Sehwan during the last week and now again Lahore have traumatized the...

The plague of violence against women is on rise in Afghanistan...

An advocacy group, in the Afghan capital Kabul, campaigning for promoting women’s rights in Afghanistan says violence against women is on the rise in...

Why is PEMRA not playing its actual role?

Imtiaz Gul | There is no doubt under its new leadership Pemra has started playing an active role in regulating the electronic media.  The latest...

Is NAP a challenge or an opportunity?

Mohammad Ali Babakhel | Nov 02, 2016 Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long,you miss them.” — William Arthur Ward After 22 months of the...

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