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Undermining the SAARC

Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua while reiterating Pakistan’s desire to strengthen ties with all its neighbours has said that Islamabad would continue with its efforts for peace in its neighbourhood despite New Delhi’s negative attitude. Addressing a conference on “Conflict and Cooperation in South Asia: Role of Major Powers” hosted by …

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Hiba, the new face of pellet horror

The macabre game of blinding innocent civilians in Indian occupied Kashmir goes on unabated with no end in sight. Since 2010, thousands of Kashmiris mostly the young boys and girls have fell victim to this brutality unleashed upon them by the occupation forces. According to a report produced by Kashmir …

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Kartarpur Corridor

The opening of Kartarpur Corridor is a landmark initiative, which has been taken primarily to facilitate Sikh community of India to visit Gurdawara on this side of the international border. The demand for opening of Corridor was first raised in mid 90s but despite repeated pleas and protests by Sikh …

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Curbing Population Growth

According to the UN estimates the current population of Pakistan is 202,241,277, which is equivalent to 2.63% of the total world population. Pakistan ranks number 6 in the list of countries by population. Over the past several decades population of Pakistan has increased significantly as compared to the other regional …

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First 100-day in government

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is completing its 100-day in government next probably on 26 of November but so far the government seems far away from achieving the main objectives of what it called first 100-day development and reforms agenda. The six point agenda announced by the party before the general elections …

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Kashmir Conflict

The military leadership on Tuesday took a serious view of the Indian repression in the Indian occupied Kashmir to crush the peaceful political struggle of the Kashmiris for the just right of self determination. During the Corps Commanders Conference held at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi, the military top brass …

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Eradicating Hunger & Poverty

Asia is the world’s largest continent, covering approximately 30 percent of the Earth’s land area. It is also the world’s most populous continent, with roughly 60 percent of the total population. Secondly Asia is considered as the fastest growing economic region, as well as the largest continental economy. Interestingly the …

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Yemen crisis

Prime minister Imran Khan has reiterated his government’s desire to play a constructive role to seek a peaceful settlement of the crisis in Yemen. During a meeting with ambassador of Yemen Mohammed Mohatar Alashabi who called on him here on Wednesday, the PM said that Pakistan wants a peaceful and …

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Jammu massacre

Kashmiris on both sides of divided line (LOC) observed Jammu Martyrs day on Tuesday to pay homage to hundreds and thousands of Muslims who on this day in 1947 were mercilessly killed by Hindu chauvinists aided and abetted by then Dogra army. The killings triggered a series of events, which …

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PM’s warning to protesters

The supreme court’s verdict on Asia Bibi case had triggered massive protests across the country. Soon after the three member supreme court bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar announced its detailed verdict on Wednesday, protests spearheaded by TLP started in various parts of the country including, …

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