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Pakistan,Maldives agrees to strengthen cooperation in fields of culture,education

ISLAMABABD -UNS : The Foreign Minister of Maldives, Dr. Mohamed Asim, who called on Sartaj Aziz, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs here Monday, said the cooperation in the fields of culture and education will further strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries. …

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Supreme Court’s verdict and future of PM Nawaz

Dr Ahmad Rashid Malik The Supreme Court of Pakistan made an historic decision. It announced the Panama case’s verdict today (Thursday 20 April). The decision was written by five judges of the apex court and the majority decision did not disqualify Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. …

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Science and Quran on creation of life

By Dr Ghayur Ayub Living in a modern world of science, how could one balance Islam with science as the two seemingly run on a collision course. At least that’s what our traditionalist religious custodians tell us. For example, take the creation of life on …

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Changing Priorities in Education

By U. K. Dar The aim of writing of this article is to highlight an important factor where our Government is putting the cart before the horse. This is the field of education. Government is spending around Rs 80 Billion on Higher Education and mere …

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Rs.479billion corruption case: Zardari aide Dr Asim released

By Dr Ahmad Rashid Malik After 19 months of condiment, former Adviser for Petroleum,Dr Asim Hussai,was released from prison on 30 March on the order of the Sindh High Court on medical grounds. After the court ordered his release, he was shifted from the Jinnah …

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Reko Diq ruckus: Looting of the richest gold mine in the world

BY KHURRAM HUSAIN “HAVE you heard of Reko Diq?” the man asked me in a hushed voice. “No, what’s Reko Diq?” I replied. “Very few have heard of it,” he said, “But soon, the whole country will know this name.” This was back in 2007, …

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CPEC is a Guarantor of Pakistan’s Economy

By Dr Ahmad Rashid Malik Poverty could be eradicated through growth, bridging development gaps among people and across regions, and through a secure global security. These goals are long-term. There had existed historical land routes connecting China with the rest of the world in past …

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CPEC Opens new doors to the Eurasian region

Dr Ahmad Rashid Malik Pakistan is getting closer to the Russian Federation.A number of the former Soviet republics are interested in to develop strong economic ties with Pakistan. Within the Russian Federation,Tatarstan Republic is striving to develop ties with Pakistan in the larger Islamic prospective …

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Universal Development Agenda & Our Priorities

By Dr. Ghulam-Nabi Fai The issue of ‘universal development agenda’ is the issue of the twenty-first century. Never before have so many suffered amidst liberty and luxury for the few. The wealth of single individuals exceeds the wealth of many nations. In highly developed countries, …

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Why Opposing the CPEC?

Dr Ahmad Rashid Malik Let’s try to get out of launching negative criticism on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Basically, the CPEC is an economic and commercial project of high national importance. It has nothing to do with the governance issues, federalism, politics, provincialism, and …

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