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Freemasonry’s ‘Jadoo Ghar’ once existed in Pakistan

Sarmad Ishfaq | The Freemasons are secular fraternal organizations that find their roots from stonemasons of ancient civilizations. The Masons claim they are an organization...

Modern-day India reaffirms Quaid-e-Azam’s Two-Nation theory

Sarmad Ishfaq | As loudly as it echoed in the period leading up to 1947, the two-nation theory still resonates in modern-day “secular” India. The two-nation...

Beyond the Glitzy Skyscrapers? Nationality, Citizenship, and Class in GCC

Sarmad Ishfaq | Living for more than 3 years in the heart of Dubai, I experienced the city as it presents itself on TV and...

How the 26-year-old Tamil Tiger Insurgency was Defeated

Sarmad Ishfaq | The article deliberates how Sri Lanka militarily bested the Tamil Tigers with what is known as the Rajapaksa or Sri Lankan Counterinsurgency...

India’s Saffron Justice: The Rise of the Hindutva State under BJP...

Sarmad Ishfaq | Although it appears that Pakistan is perpetually portrayed as a hotbed for violence against minorities, it is ironically India that fits this...

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