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A colossal foreign policy failure

Pakistan’s relations with Gulf   Pakistan has a history of decades of warm relations with the Gulf countries which has benefitted both sides. The agreement about the return of Gwadar to Pakistan

Fact-free politics

The unraveling of American democracy What has happened in the US over the past four years since Donald Trump was elected President is unprecedented. The current administration’s reaction to a crushing defeat

Hasan Aftab Saeed

Sayonara 2020

And not one moment too soon Few would dispute that 2020 is right up there in the list of forgettable years. (The more forgettable they are, the harder they are to forget.)

Mohib Asad

The courts

Of Law and Order “This is a court of law, not a court of justice”—–Oliver Wendell Holmes, famous American jurist, in a comment on the US Supreme Court (circa early 20th century)

Salman Munir

PIA in trouble again

The VSS should be structured better By: Salman Munir  There was a happy and productive worker in a public sector organization far away. The organization was profitable and happy too. It wanted

Amir’s retirement 

Yesterday a sad news emerged for the world’s most famous cricketers that Pakistani player named as Muhammad Amir retired from international cricket and put international career at an end due to disappointments.

India’s rejection of OIC

India strongly rejected the criticism of its Kashmir policy by the organization of Islamic Cooperation. And the Ministry of External Affairs hinted at Pakistan and said the OIC is being used by

A shameful attack

Indian forces’ attack on the vehicle of United Nations across the Line of Control (Loc) is highly condemnable. Luckily, in this brazen attack, no casualty was reported as the occupants of the

Omer Javed

‘A year like no other’

The pandemic should force the IMF to rethink its neoliberal stance ‘A year like no other’ is the title of International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) annual report for 2020, which is indeed quite


Unwanted crises

The political scene reflects selfish motives and no concern for the common man By: Akhtar Aly Kureshy Although the present bleak political situation, which the opposition desires to turn into political turmoil

Shooting at UNMOGIP

Now that its own observers come under fire, the UN must act The United Nations has accepted that one of the vehicles of the United Nations Military Observers Group in India and

Freezing without gas

Government did not act in time It is bad enough for motorists that CNG stations are shutting down because SNGPL and SSGC are no longer supplying them, but the sufferings of the

We the People

Quaid-e-Azam created a country with the support of the people, who gave him strength and power to force British Colonial Raj to agree for an independent sovereign Pakistan. In this political struggle,

Bleeding Kashmir

What credibility UN holds over the Kashmir Issue has been revealed by the recent incident of firing by the Indian troops in Chiri Kot, Poonch Sector on its Military Observer Group’s (MOGIP)

Amir’s exit 

Prolific Fast Bowler Mohammad Amir announced his retirement from international cricket after the final of Lankan Premier League- LPL. in protest over National team management’s unendurable attitude towards him. Pakistani Pacer who