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Governance and National Interest of Pakistan

Muhammad Ijaz PhD Scholar, The term “National Interest” is a riddle on the land of the pure. Out of the many factors attributed to it, the misuse of the term by our rulers to suit to their personal interests is the major one. Determining the national interest of a country …

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THAR ELECTRICITY: HOPE ALL WILL BENIFICIAL

By. Dr.Abdul Razak Shaikh The Thar Coal Power Project started electricity production on Tuesday ( Today) with 330MW of power being provided to the national grid. Chief Minister Of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah hailed the development as “historic” and said that initially 330MW will be produced and distributed to …

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Role of Pakistan Navy in Development of Balochistan

Ms. Maliha Zeba Khan Baluchistan is the largest province of Pakistan as it makes 43.6% of land mass of the country. It is the region which is rich in natural resources ranging from the minerals, oil, and natural gas, to the maritime resources. The socio-economic progress of Baluchistan has remarkably …

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Ghazi-Millat captain Gerneral Syed Ali Ahmad Shah, former president of AJK

By Syed Qaiser Sheraz Kazmi, During the annual meeting of All Jammu & Kashmir Muslim conference in Sri Nagar in 1944, Quaid-e-Azam spotted a person whose eyes reflected wisdom and whose face was confident. When that person took the dais, he started speaking fluently. He was delivering his speech in …

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The child soldiers of Kashmir

By Maemuna Sadaf. Kashmir has witnessed violence since 1948. The atrocities that started with wooden sticks and tear gas has now reached at peak. Pallet Guns have replaced wooden sticks and tear gas has been replaced by bullets. The children who were born after 1948 are now old men. They …

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Kadu Sawal Hosi

Reviewed by Prof. Khalid Akbar, This volume is dedicated to all speakers of Pahari language. It is of course, fascinating slim new volume of Dr. Saghir khan who is essentially known to have excellent skill and potential as an essayist, caricaturist, travelogue writer, researcher and columnist. Dr. Saghir has already …

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Internationalization of Kashmir conflict.

Umair Pervez Khan, Pulwama attack on 14 th February of this year brought Pak and India, two nuclear states on the brink of war. LOC faced high tension for at least two weeks and civilians on both sides of the LOC were the main victims of the skirmishes between two …

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PPP Govt: Vision towards poverty reduction in Sindh

By Noman Ali Shaikh Coordination Secretary, PPP Sindh, Sindh government plans to launch new seven different programs to reduce poverty, ensure food security, and family health in the province. These programs would cover poverty reduction, food security, and family health while Benazir women agricultural workers program will soon initiate across …

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Indo-Pak ties in the shadow of Kashmir Fumes

Majid Wali Pakistan and India, both are having nuclear power and war-head missile technology. Pakistan is the larger importer of arms and ammunition from China while India heavily imports the arms and ammunition from Russia and America. In the history of 70 years, bothexperienced threewars. Therefore,sensitivity of war status on …

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Pakistan’s peace gesture amid Indian warmongering

Malik Abdul Rahman The relationship between two arch-rivals –India and Pakistan, has never been sound since Independence from British Yoke in 1947. Both countries have fought wars and Pakistan has paid a heavy price after the falling of Dhaka (East Pakistan –Bangladesh) due to the conspiracy of India. India, being …

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