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Dar’s affection towards soldiers defending Pakistan earned him title ?

BY R. AHMAD Recently a little known USA based organization declared Mr Ishaq Dar, “The Best Finance Minister”. While govt is celebrating and portraying it as a certification of its economic policies, most of the people in Pakistan are skeptical about the credibility of the …

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National Action Plan (NAP) Destined to Fail

By R Ahmad According to a saying of Hazrat Ali, RA “A State (Government) of Infidels may Persist but the State based on Injustice cannot Survive”. Unfortunately, Pakistani leadership has little or no realization of the fact that Delivery of Justice /Rule of Law is …

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India’s refusal to accept the disputed nature of Kashmir?

By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai “Kashmir is an integral part of India, constitutionally, legally and morally something that is non-negotiable.” Ram Jethmalani, Outlook Magazine, October 8, 2016.“Let me state unequivocally that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and will always remain so.’ …

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Indian gimmick to cancel SAARC Summit is a blessing in disguise

By R Ahmad While Indians may be celebrating the cancellation of SAARC Summit as a diplomatic triumph, on the contrary it may prove to be a blessing in disguise for Pakistan. Indian pretext for opting out of summit conference not only vindicated Pakistani PM’s claim …

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Art gives no space to extremism

By Adv.Masood Peshimam The hotheads in Pakistan have never tolerated the flourish of the talents in music, acting, literature or any other creative endeavour more so if it is close to liberal moorings. The mighty hotheads in Pakistan have many a time roughed up the …

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Kashmir: Where the truth doesn’t matter

By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai NPR’s Julie McCarthy was in Kashmir earlier in September and reported on how different the unrest seems now compared to previous years. “First of all, there’s this unprecedented kind of force being used. There’s these high-velocity pellet shotguns for crowd …

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Kashmiris Resistance – Attack on Indian Military Base is Not an Act of Terrorism

By: R Ahmad The UN Security Council Resolutions (21 April 1948) recognizes Right of Self Determination for Kashmiris. The non- implementation UN resolution for over six decade, International Law of Right of Self Determination and oppression by occupying Indian military forces provide legal and moral …

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Why President Obama Ignores Human Rights in Kashmir?

By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai Since the current uprising in Kashmir began with the killing of Burhan Wani on July 8, the unjustifiable and violent attack with bullets, birdshot from pump-action shotguns and extreme cane beatings by Indian military forces upon many of some 200,000 …

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China-OBOR and New World Order

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI The dream of the Chinese President Xi to build six economic corridors under the framework of the ‘One Built One Road (OBOR) initiative has now become an undeniable possibility. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC),New Eurasian Land Bridge corridor, China-Mongolia-Russia Corridor, China-Central Asia-West Asia …

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Can India be a Fair Trade and Economic Partner?

BY R AHMAD EU has been negotiating with India since 2006 has reached following conclusion:- “India’s trade regime and regulatory environment remains comparatively restrictive (for example see the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index ). India still maintains substantial tariff and non-tariff barriers that …

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