Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Developments in RKS

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan On god's Little Earth there is never a dull moment. With over five billion people inhabiting the planet, with multiple time zones, castes, creeds and colours, love and hate, peace and...

Unresolved issues of 2017 – challenges to Pakistan in 2018

By Afzal Mahmood A few days before the New Year started its 365 days journey with the load of unsolved problems that afflicted the people of Pakistan and its relations with its immediate neighbours all...

The rise and fall of Priti Patel

Nabila Ramdani Ask former colleagues of Britain's deposed Secretary of State for International Development Priti Patel what they really think of her and you can see why her ministerial career was so short lived. She was...

Sir Syed Ahmed Khan – an architect of modern India

By Dr. M. Ashaq Raza Exactly 200 years ago on 17 October 1817, there had born a child to Mir Muttaqi and Azis-un-Nisa, a progressive and highly regarded family by the Mughal dynasty, in Delhi....

A heartbreaking story

On Easter Sunday last year a Taliban suicide bomber detonated ten kilograms of explosives and metal ball bearings in a park full of Pakistani Christian families in Lahore, killing 73. The bomber had chosen...

Social issues in Pakistan and India

By S.M. Sagheer Born together and separated at birth 70 years ago, India and Pakistan are moving on some of the key social issues bedevilling their respective societies, having common roots. They are attempting it...

‘London Plan’ in Pakistan politics

By Manzoor Ahmed There is something magical about London that attracts Pakistani politicians to the city. Many of them have residences in London and others use London to flee persecution in Pakistan. Former Prime Minister...

London – open to talent from Pakistan

By Sadiq Khan (Mayor of London) I ’m proud to be the first-ever Mayor of London to be making an official visit to Pakistan. As someone of Pakistani heritage,Ifeel a deep affinity with the country and...

Undiplomatic diplomacy – need to realisation

By Shakil Chaudhary Diplomacy is a delicate art. Diplomats are supposed to choose their words with utmost care and they avoid offensive, direct and even plain language. For this reason, they are often called...

May, Bhutto and Terrorism

By Wajid Shamsul Hasan British Prime Minister Theresa May's address to the 72nd Annual session of UNGA in New York was music to my ears. In an emotional speech Ms May-her country becoming victim of...