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Syed Kaswar Gardezi

Safar e Ishq

Indeed, it is the walk of love 1,400 years ago, the burning plains of Karbala witnessed the biggest tragedy of mankind. All forms of humanity were slaughtered during the battle of Karbala.


Arif Nizami

Khan vs the opposition

No more NROs The PTI (Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf), led by Prime Minister Imran Khan, seems to be in a constant state of revolution. Castigating political opponents across the board in the


Omer Javed

IMF programme

Perspectives for the government IMF programmes are highly tilted towards aggregate demand management, and least focused on supply-sided impetus. Also, they ask for following a brand of economics — under the neoclassical/


The democratic duel

Is the government in peril? Moving into the third month of governance, the PTI led government finds itself facing an opposition bracing for a duel, attempting to unite under the grand umbrella


Rising Afghanistan

A story of Afghan scholars Over four million people cast their votes in the parliamentary election in Afghanistan over the weekend, despite the violence that ensued. That is, around half of the


Remshay Ahmed

The great migration

World is at a crossroads Migration is one of the most natural phenomena known to man. People in subsistence societies have always migrated from one place to another, especially with changes in

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