Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Apprehensions shroud Pakistan’s future

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan WE all observed the death anniversary of its founder Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah on Thursday (September 11) in a solemnised way and paid tribute to fatherly figure.  All...

UNO- IPU joint conference and now UN-GA

By Senator Rehman Malik Last week I received an SOS message from the senate Secretariat to fly and address the joint UNO - IPU conference on Counter Terrorism. The visa was...

Kashmir crisis and the role of minorities

By Dr. Jamesh Shera MBE Part II Recently, the members of the Hindu community have started to join the Pakistan Army; Pakistan has appointed it’s first-ever Hindu officer...

Pakistan wants Saudi Arabia to defuse Kashmir situation

By Rasul Bakhsh Rais Pakistan has always turned to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and China, its neighbor and time-tested strategic partner, for diplomatic and material assistance in troubled times. Last month, when India unilaterally...

Balochistan: Pakistan’s boon or bane?

By Javed Hafeez Balochistan is Pakistan’s largest province in terms of area but demographically, it is its smallest. With a long and scenic coast close to the Arabian Gulf, the strategically located...

Countering terrorism through innovative approaches

By Senator Rehman Malik Today, as I spoke and presented the paper below in the UNO- IPU joint conference on the subject of Counter Terrorism in Belarus, I am really happy...

Enlightened leadership of India and Pakistan needed

By Gen ® Mirza Aslam Beg What is happening in both Kashmir and Assam is an attempt to change the demographics in favour of Hindus. Kashmiris fear the government’s real plan...

Economic costs of strained India-Pakistan ties

By Dr. Vaqar Ahmed The deteriorating relations between India and Pakistan have unfortunately resulted in the freezing of cross-border economic activities. There are some very poor farmers, traders, small...

What can Pakistan do for Kashmir situation?

By Rasul Bakhsh Rais Thedisputed region of Jammu and Kashmir, a lingering legacy of partition of the British Indian Empire in 1947, has been a source of three wars and continuing...

Jamaat-e-Islami – manifesto and challenges

By Siraj ul Haq Though formally founded on August 26, 1941, the Jamaat-e-Islami is ideally the continuation of the movement which the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) had set up fourteen hundred and fifty...