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UN and Kashmir: Where Do We Go From Here?

By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai If we were to judge the UN based upon its history of involvement in efforts to resolve international conflicts, the simplest answer is that it has been an enormous failure. The UN of course is a far more complex organization …

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CPEC is in dangers?way forward-Part-2

By R Ahmad The challenges and impediments faced by CPEC have been discussed in previous article, in next series of articles we will try to map out way forward from this checkered scenario. To ensure CPEC success; a prudent master plan which guarantees the ROI, …

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Don’t let Parachinar burn?

By Dr Ghayur Ayub During the exile in London,one day Mr Nawaz Sharif asked me to brief him about Parachinar. I did. After listening to me with keen interest he looked at me and said, “Dr Sahib, I would like to visit Parachinar and see …

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Implications of President Trump Inaugural Speech

By R Ahmad While President Trump speech must have strung the chord of most American as he pledged that all his policies/decisions will be made to benefit American Workers and families. He further stated, “We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making …

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Is Nawaz Sahrif Callous or Naive?

BY R. AHMAD The Panama Leaks has become a curse for ruling Sharif family. In April,May 2016, when Mr Nawaz Sharif indicted his late father of money laundering/ tax evasion (for establishment of Steel Mills in Dubai) people thought he was naïve and could not …

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SC’s Reluctance “To Do Complete Justice” May Fail State

By R Ahmad Unfortunately, Supreme Court of Pakistan has been reluctant to full fill its obligation of doing “Complete Justice” in accordance with the spirit of Article 187 of the constitution. Barring aside Panama Leaks case, prolonging of Tayyaba Torture also substantiate this assertion and …

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Confronting the Kashmir Issue: Will Guterres Meet the Challenge?

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai “The UN wasn’t created to take mankind into paradise, but rather, to save humanity from hell. ‘ Dag Hammarskjöld, 2nd Secretary General of the U.N. May I take this opportunity to offer you, Mr. Antonio Guterres, on behalf of the ‘World …

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CPEC is in Danger?

By R. Ahmad While most Pakistanis and Chinese are already celebrating as if CPEC has become a reality. On the contrary objective analysts doubts if CPEC will be completed/ commissioned in foreseeable future despite aggressive push by China. They cite four major reasons/factors, which may …

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Disgrace Mars Bengaluru New Year

BY MASOOD PESHIMAM The molestation, rape or any other similar offensive act is well rooted in the criminal mindset which prevails in every society or social setup notwithstanding other reasons. However city like Mumbai is not largely witness to such devastating trouble some events. The …

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Russia can be a welcoming presence at CPEC

By Li Xing The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), as a flagship project of the One Belt and One Road (OBOR) initiative, has drawn a great deal of investments. Apart from the fact that Pakistan has approved a Russian request for using the Gwadar Port, located …

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