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How to stop Domestic Violence?

                By: Raja Zahid Khanzada Domestic violence occurs when opinions are different from each other, but it does not necessarily mean that it will always exist when we have different opinions. But how will you solve the differences? Let’s consider some of these steps you can take to overcome to stop domestic violence …

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The Irrational Decisions—A Reflection on the Plight of Palestinians

By Ahsan Qazi Aahmad.qazi@gmail.com I had been thinking what words truly reflect the socio-political atmosphere in global politics? Then, I remembered the great words of Charles Dickens. Dickens begins “The Tale of Two Cities” in the manner that is an accurate reflection of our present time. He writes, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the …

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s CPEC Enough ?

By Tausif Kamal he mega project China-Pakistan Economic Corridor however well-intentioned or however substantive, may probably be not enough by itself to transform our Pakistan into a viable, modern and prosperous state. Human societies do not change overnight through concrete edifices alone. Building a modern, dynamic nation is a long, uphill transformatory process, a process of blood and sweat and …

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Terrorism

September 11, 2001, marks the day when the United States was shaken from its core due to a terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. Since then, the word “terrorist” has invaded the lives; from television screens to social media, the word and its impersonator has been seen frequently. According to Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr, “The federal government …

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The heroes who shaped Pakistan’s film industry

The Pakistan film industry was at par with Bollywood during the 60s and very early 70s, thanks to a brilliant late 50s when an industry that was shaped from nothing, was churning out hits.  After gaining Independence from British Raj in 1947, the entire government machinery was in disarray, and the movie industry was no different. No equipment, shortage of …

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What is Nawaz Sharif thinking?

For 32 years, at least, Nawaz Sharif was one of the leading gladiators of Pakistan’s political arena. He had been ruling Punjab, for a very long time. Then, in 2013, he set a new benchmark by becoming the prime minister for the unprecedented third time. But since his removal from office, in July, also for the third time, he has …

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The engineering fiasco in Karachi

Last week’s drama between Farooq Sattar’s MQM-Pakistan and the PSP’s Mustafa Kamal has demonstrated that both the conflicts of Karachi and the orchestrated performances to fix them continue unabated. Many across the nation have feigned disgust at the malleability of post-Altaf Hussain residual actors like Farooq Sattar, in the tragicomedy of Karachi’s Mohajir-dominated politics. Some were sickened that he would …

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Role of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia in rebuilding Yemen

Major infrastructure of Yemen stands destroyed in the war. People are forced to live in growing misery without basic necessities of life. They are looking to the international community, especially the Muslim, for support. I am writing this to draw the attention of Muslim world including, my government, to help the suffering Muslim brothers and sisters in Yemen. The Yemanis …

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Americans in town

The visit of the interagency delegation from the US to Pakistan following the meeting between Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and US Vice President Mike Pence in New York last month, and Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif’s official visit, can qualify as a headway of sorts. The visit looks particularly promising considering the superbly fortuitous culmination of the Canadian-American family’s five-year-old …

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