Saturday, March 23, 2019

Death threats to Bilawal Bhutto

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan Sheikh Rasheed known since his advent in politics as HMV of dark state, has remained to be a bull in the china...

Pulwama attack: Pakistan, India must move on…

By Rustam Shah Mohmand IN the eternally sour relations between India and Pakistan, voices of sanity have been repeatedly drowned out by the noise of populists...

Reasons of banning Jamaat-e-Islami in J&K

By Justice G D Sharma ON 28th February this year, Union Ministry of Home Affairs of the Central Government of India issued Notification...

Condemnable worst act of terrorism

By Rehman Malik UNDOUBTEDLY, it was heartbreaking to see how a white Australian origin terrorist mercilessly killed innocent and harmless Muslims at Christchurch, New Zealand who...

Pakistan’s place in today’s geopolitical transition

By Salman Bashir THE deterioration of China-US relations over the past two years, the latter declaring China its strategic rival and the trade war...

How the ICJ could resolve the Kashmir conflict

By Abdel Aziz Aluwaisheg The world has averted an all-out war over Kashmir between India and Pakistan, but probably not for long, judging by the past....

Pak-Indian conflict: Need to walk back from the brink

By Salman Bashir Pakistan and India have been close to stumbling into war. A general conflagration between two nuclear armed states has grave implications for regional...

Mind your language, please!

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan THANK goodness for the whatsapp academics, they never let bad taste in the mouth die especially when it is a manifestation of...

The fight for our rights

By Sherry Rehman TODAY’S  Pakistan has gone through several important transformations, most notable of which is the country’s default inclination towards some form of democracy, even if...

The anguish of Kashmir

By Lal Khan On February 14, a convoy of the Indian paramilitary police (CPRF) in Kashmir was targeted with a bomb-laden vehicle. 46 paramilitary personnel were...