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Indian interference in internal affairs of neighboring countries

By Maemuna Sadaf, Sri Lankan president Sirisena claimed the plotting of his assassination by Indian intelligence agency RAW. The Indian newspaper The Hindu reported in 16th October 2018 “Indian intelligence Agency RAW was engaged in the activities to assassinate him (President Meithripala Sirisena) but Prime Minister Narendra Modi may not …

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The grace of God: Thar coal energy in 2019

Dr Abdul Razzak Shaikh, Pakistan’s Thar desert contains one of the largest untapped coal deposits in the world. The size of lignite coal reserves in the Thar Desert was estimated at 175 billion tons in 1992 and is spread across 9,100 sq km The Thar coalfield is located in the …

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The Honor of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) & the Question of ‘Blasphemy’

By Maulana Ameer Hamza Chairperson Tehreek e Hurmat e Rasool, The noble and impeccable character of the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (PBUH) is a well-established notion, not only in Islamic but non-Muslim circles as well. He was equally generous and humble to animals and even plants as he was to …

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Flawed Safe City Project

Interior State Minister while addressing senate raised many questions on operational inefficiency of Safe city Project in Islamabad. The statement came in the wake of SP Dawar kidnapping and murdered in Afghanistan. Safe city project was outcome of National action plan to make Major cities safe from Terrorist activity by …

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Interfaith Dialogue and Harmony

By M Rashid Tabassum, In today’s era, the ratio of anxiety, hatred, and depression is being increased in various societies. The global crisis is badly affecting the world religiously, socially, politically and economically. In the same circumstances, the need for dialogue among different religions and cultures is being felt seriously. …

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Don’t Destroy Your Children’s Self-Esteem

By Zara Khalid, Today the education is becoming the race game. Everyone is standing on the starting line and their talent and intelligence are measured by their ability to reach the finish line. Whoever came first in this race are considered as the most talented person. Parents force their children …

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Promote religious tourism

It is undeniable fact that wise states strive hard to attract international tourists towards them and promote religious tourism in order to boost their economies. As a result, they are more economically advanced. Despite having rich sacred sites of most practiced religions including Budhism, Sikhism and Hinduism Pakistan is lagging …

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China International Expo and its lessons for Pakistan

By Abdul Wajid Khan, The successfully concluded first China International Import Expo (CIIE) 2018 in Shanghai last week has achieved great significance and attraction from all around the globe and it has produced tangible and positive outcomes for not only participating countries and world economy. According to the information released …

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Indus Delta is looking for support

By Dr.Abdul Razak Shaikh, All over the world, rivers naturally flow into the sea. But out here it is the sea flowing into the Indus Delta. The Indus Delta is a unique coastal system where the sea and the river meet, where the soil was very fertile due to the …

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Occupancy on precious lands of Malir Disrict by the Builders and land Mafia*

Arshad Ali, Pakistan has been bestowed by Allah Almighty with many blessings in which rivers, ocean, mountains, plains , forests, fields, and especially the earth is rich in mineral resources which has many blessings such as coal, oil, gas and others also silver , gold, copper and precious stones are …

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