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China, Pakistan and the anti-India lot/By Zarnaab Adil Janjua

When will the military’s misguided notion of ‘strategic depth’ be updated? 15 Shares Zarnaab Adil Janjua FEBRUARY 20, 2018 It was former Indiana Senator and President Trump’s Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats who ruffled a few feathers in Islamabad as well as Beijing with his statements in front of the Senate Committee on Intelligence.… Keep Reading

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Political prisoners in Gilgit Baltistan/Editoria DailyTimes

14 Shares Daily Times FEBRUARY 19, 2018 The authorities in Islamabad need to live up to their claims regarding equal treatment of Pakistani citizens regardless of their geographic location inside the country. The fact of the matter is that their approach towards many Pakistanis, in hitherto marginalised territories like Gilgit-Baltistan, remains no better than that… Keep Reading

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Post #PashtunLongMarch/By Talimand Khan

For the first time, the Pakhtun opened the lid on the can of FATA and other militancy affected areas which were made as-no go areas with the media feeding the state’s narrative to the rest of the people in the country and the world 51 Shares FEBRUARY 15, 2018 The #PashtunLongMarch started from D I… Keep Reading

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MQM: Headless chicken/By M Ziauddin

Since the ouster of Altaf, the MQM is behaving like a headless chicken as most of the second tier party members lack leadership qualities 16 Shares FEBRUARY 15, 2018 The very political appeal on which the Mohajir Qaumi Movement (MQM) alias the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) had thrived all these years had an inbuilt sun-set… Keep Reading

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An idea of justice/ By Dr Ishtiaq Ahmed

OP-ED Once upon a time, Hindus and Sikhs along with Muslims were settled in large numbers in the canal colonies from all over the undivided Punjab FEBRUARY 18, 2018 On 15 February 2018 I had the privilege of visiting Sahiwal on the invitation of the Principal of Government College Sahiwal (established in 1946 as Government… Keep Reading

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