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Kashmiri diaspora and Kashmir

Ishfaqullah Shawl It is high time for Kashmiri nation to turn the table and despite being panic and listening the tricks of mischief mongers get United and tell the world Kashmiri is a nation with brighter past having rich culture of peace, tolerance, peaceful co-existance and brotherhood, which people across the globe know more better. The situation emerged after abrogation …

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For Kashmiris; this too shall pass

 Written by : Dr. Waqas Ali Amidst heavy deployment of troops in Kashmir, Amit Shah the Indian Home Minister presented the controversial Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Bill in the upper House to remove article 370 from the Indian constitution. This article gives a special status to Jammu and Kashmir allowed it to have its constitution, flag and power to make its laws …

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India gives Kashmir on platter, but to whom

 Written by :Ishfaqullah Shawl India gives Kashmir in a platter and pave way for freedom of Kashmir from Indian occupation but the question arises will Kashmiris across the globe are in a position to avail this golden opportunity or they will remain in panic. It is responsibility of lawyer who always claimed to provide moral, political and diplomatic support to …

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Stunting – a major public health concern in Pakistan

By Assad Ali Lund, Stunting refers to the impairment of mental and physical growth and development that children experience fundamentally owing to poor nutrition and food insecurity. WHO terms stunting as “impaired growth and development of children due to poor nutrition, repeated infection and inadequate psychosocial stimulation”. Children are regarded as stunted if their height for age is low. Globally, …

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Should U.S. take ‘NO’ of India as an Answer?

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, “I would like to categorically state that no such request (mediation on Kashmir) has been made by the Prime Minister (Modi) to the US President,” Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs told the Indian Parliament on July 23, 2019. He added that “Shimla and Lahore accords provide the basis for resolution of all issues bilaterally.” Why …

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Restructuring of PTI-AJK chapter: kindling a new hope

N A Thakur, The recent restructuring of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in Azad Jammu and Kashmir has triggered a massive but healthy debate on social media as citizens and enthusiastic Facebook users, mostly the young and educated youth have been debating the pros and cons of the development and its possible impact on the region’s political landscape. The development, by and large, …

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Ban on Plastic & its implications

Written by Mustafa Shaukat More plastic has been produced in the last 10 years than in the 100 years prior to that. The massive production of plastic and single-use plastic has accelerated degradation of our eco-system so much that it may be one of the leading causes of global climate change. The PTI government has taken note of the threat …

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Long March for Indus Delta

By Dr.Abdul Razak Shaikh, The protesters took one week, to walk 150 kilometers from their homes in the coastal area of Kharo Chan to the city of Thatta, in the Sindh province. Around them, the temperatures rose as high as 46 degrees Celsius. Yet, they remained undeterred. On reaching Thatta, the men shouted, “Karbala, Karbala” to bring attention to the …

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Carrots for Pakistan but with Dignity?

Muhammad Ijaz The nature of Pak-USA relations are actually a true reflection of power and power related theories in international relations. Since the birth of Pakistan, our rulers remained very keen to attach themselves with USA. Behind this enthusiastic effort of attachment with USA were two major reasons. One was the colonial mindset owned bureaucracy that led to another version …

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An Open Letter To HEC

By Rameez Mahesar, Beyond any shade of doubt, it is a globally recognized fact that the students are the powerful assets of a nations but if these assets go balky, the development of nations per se becomes at best the hanging matter. This becomes worrisome matter pointedly in the education sector of the countries. In past, the eligibility criterion to …

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