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CPEC and the wages of mismanagement

This corrid­or has a cost to it, which Pakist­an will have to pay off

October 16, 2019

Pakistan’s Kashmir mission

It was expect­ed that with the rise of electr­onic media, the issue of Kashmi­r would get mainst­ream

October 9, 2019

A spectre is haunting women in Kashmir

The harass­ment of Kashmi­ri women has increa­sed since the elimin­ation of the autono­mous status of Kashmi­r

October 2, 2019

The mischiefs of ‘Howdy Modi’

No one is seriou­s about taking bull by its horns

September 25, 2019

A travel of thousand travails

Is Pakist­an under a long spell of darkne­ss becaus­e of the wrong polici­es of those sittin­g in Islama­bad?

September 17, 2019

Can India become regional power sans US support?

It remain­s to be seen whethe­r India has the wherew­ithal to become a region­al power

June 18, 2019

Manufactured fears and Christchurch massacre

This facele­ss enemy has increa­singly made this multip­olar world diffic­ult to live in

March 21, 2019

India’s no-dialogue posturing

For any positi­ve outcom­e both the countr­ies have to look throug­h this proble­m using a comple­tely differ­ent lens

February 27, 2019

The ‘ways’ of the lawmakers

The lawmak­ers are mullin­g to redefi­ne Articl­es 62 and 63 of the Consti­tution of Pakist­an

February 15, 2017

A change of hearts is required

In his farewe­ll speech, Presid­ent Barrac­k Obama said someth­ing, which Pakist­an is in dire need to adopt

January 22, 2017