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Arif Taj

Kurd independence referendum

Barzani’s move fraught with danger The rapidity and haste with which changes are taking place in the Middle East are unprecedented since the World War II and each despot, for being confronted


Wajid Shamsul Hasan

The gory JIT saga

   Panama leaks exposed many leaders involved in corruption around the world. Some of them sought the honourable way and resigned from their public offices.   In contradiction to both—democracy and freedom


Malik Muhammad Ashraf

Belief and unity

Miracles do happen   Let us envisage a worst scenario in which the court, in spite of the prevailing suspicion-laden atmosphere and the controversy surrounding the JIT, disqualifies the Prime Minister. The


Bashir Riaz

A legacy to protect

Reminiscing on the birthday of Benazir Bhutto   Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto was the voice of the people. She had a genuinely strong relationship with her people. It was as if her heart


Yasmeen Aftab Ali

Pakistan, India and SCO

For Pakistan, this membership must be intelligently capitalised upon by developing close knit ties with member states, developing their trust in Pakistan and her future for business and investment purposes.   Pakistan


Kashmir – A hell in heaven

  Cold reality spares no one – not even legends   “Unrelenting use of pellet guns has not abated even now that Indian Army Chief came under international condemnation for awarding an

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